The United Kingdom is an attractive destination for businesses, offering numerous advantages such as its stable economy, highly skilled workforce, and strategic location. However, navigating the complex UK Business and Corporate Immigration system can be daunting. Especially for corporations and businesses seeking to employ overseas workers.
Fortunately, Breytenbachs offer business and corporate immigration services. Including Sponsorship Licence Applications, Sponsorship Licence Renewals, and the process surrounding Certificates of Sponsorship. Breytenbachs assist both the employer and employee in navigating the complex UK immigration system.
Obtaining a Sponsorship Licence is a crucial step for any UK company looking to employ non-UK workers. A Sponsorship Licence allows the UK employer to sponsor and employ overseas workers who have been offered a skilled job in the UK. The application process involves submitting an online application form and providing evidence to demonstrate that the company is genuine, financially sound and that it can meet its sponsorship obligations. Sponsor responsibilities inter alia include keeping accurate records of migrant workers’ employment and ensuring that their visa and immigration status remain valid. Breytenbachs have many years of expertise in assisting UK businesses to obtain and maintain Sponsor Licences.
Sponsorship Licence Renewals
Sponsorship Licence Renewals are also a vital part of the UK corporate and business immigration process. The company must renew its Sponsorship Licence to maintain its ability to sponsor overseas workers. The renewal process involves submitting an online application form and providing evidence that the company continues to meet the requirements for holding a Sponsorship Licence. Breytenbachs also assist UK businesses to ensure a smooth Sponsorship Licence Renewal process.
Certificate of Sponsorship
A UK company requires a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) to employ non-UK nationals. The Home Office issues the CoS document. This document confirms that the company has a legitimate need for overseas workers and that the non-UK national has the necessary skills and qualifications for the role. The company must assign the CoS to the non-UK national, who can then use it to apply for a visa to work in the UK. There are strict rules and requirements regarding the CoS allocation process. It is essential to manage this process carefully to ensure that you follow the correct procedures.
Working with Breytenbachs Immigration Consultants can greatly simplify the complex UK Business and Corporate Immigration process. Breytenbachs are registered at Level 3 by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC). This is the highest level of accreditation. It means we can advise on the most complex UK immigration matters, providing you with peace of mind. Contact Breytenbachs Immigration Consultants today to help your company navigate the complexities of the UK Business and Corporate Immigration process.