The following Immigration practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
The eligibility criteria for obtaining a sponsor licence are not located in statute law nor in the Immigration Rules; they are mainly contained within the long and regularly changing Tiers 2 and 5 of the Points-Based System Sponsor Guidance (SG). There is also supplementary guidance contained elsewhere on the UK Visas and Immigration pages of the GOV.UK website.
Note that the guidance on the eligibility and suitability criteria contained within the main body of the SG is supplemented by Annexes 1 and 2, which respectively provide example lists of when a licence application 'will' and 'may' be refused. These example reasons for refusal are not exhaustive, but do in some cases provide further important details as to eligibility and suitability criteria which are not included in the main body of the SG.
In R (New London College Ltd) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (SSHD); R (West London Vocational Training College) v SSHD, the Supreme Court held that the Immigration Act 1971 provides a general statutory authority for the SSHD to administer
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