The following Immigration practice note produced in partnership with Duncan Bain of Bower Bailey provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
This Practice Note provides commentary on the documents that an employer may accept when undertaking a manual right to work check from 1 July 2021. For further information about when and why a right to work check should be conducted, see Practice Note: Right to work checks: When and why.
For further information on how a right to work check should be conducted, including an online right to work check, see Practice Note: Right to work checks: how to conduct the check.
For the position on right to work checks before 1 July 2021, see archived version of Practice Note: Right to work checks: lists A and B (in PDF format).
There are temporary changes to the way in which employers carry out manual right to work checks between 30 March 2020 and 5 April 2022 (inclusive). For further information, see Practice Note: Right to work checks: how to conduct the check—Adjusted coronavirus (COVID-19) right to work checks.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some countries advised that their expired passports should be considered as valid for an extended period of time. Where an individual is required to present with a current passport or travel document endorsed to show that the holder is allowed to stay in the UK for a ‘time-limited period’ and the permission is in
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