Right to work checks – Make sure you are compliant with the immigration requirements
An update for employers This event is to help UK based employers comply with immigration requirements for prevention of illegal working. Right to work checks became mandatory after 29 February
An update for employers
This event is to help UK based employers comply with immigration requirements for prevention of illegal working. Right to work checks became mandatory after 29 February 2008. Since then, there has been an endless number of updates as to how exactly the right to work has to be checked and recorded. At present, the right to work has to be checked electronically with some exceptions where paper checks are still acceptable. And it is important to remember, that the procedures extend to British citizens, as well as to anyone from overseas with settled or temporary immigration status.
The session will cover:
- Various types of leave to remain which allow work (with or without restrictions)
- Procedure for online checks
- Employer checking service for pending applications for leave to remain and immigration appeals
- Paper checks – when these are accepted
- Document keeping requirements
Please note that we will be recording the session so if you cannot make it on this specific date, you can still register and we will send you the recording after the session.
(Thursday) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Helena SheizonHelena is the founder and managing director of Kadmos Consultants. She was called to the bar in 2005 and has been specialising in immigration since 2006. She is registered as Level 3 (OISC top level) immigration advisor with a licence for Judicial Review case management.