Immigration

Immigration guidance:

This Checklist gives an overview of the immigration matters that should be considered on a relevant transfer under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment)...

Practice Note

Most EEA nationals have no restrictions on their freedom to take employment in the UK (see EEA nationals—rights). From 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2018, there were...

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UPDATE: On 19 December 2018 the Home Office published a White Paper: The UK’s future skills-based immigration system, setting out the government’s plans to introduce a...

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A system of civil and criminal penalties for employers who hire illegal workers exists for employment commencing from 29 February 2008 under the Immigration, Asylum and...

Practice Note

This Practice Note discusses practical aspects of dealing with a civil penalty for illegal working on behalf of an employer. It covers the main events that may prompt a...

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This Practice Note provides an overview of the main criminal offences relating to illegal working and discusses practical aspects of dealing with a criminal investigation...

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UPDATE: On 19 December 2018 the Home Office published a White Paper: The UK’s future skills-based immigration system, setting out the government’s plans to introduce a...

Practice Note

UPDATE: On 19 December 2018 the Home Office published a White Paper: The UK’s future skills-based immigration system, setting out the government’s plans to introduce a...

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This Practice Note looks at what employers need to do in order to carry out a ‘right to work check’ correctly, including the main steps that should be taken,...

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This Practice Note provides commentary on the documents that an employer may accept when undertaking a manual right to work check. For further information about when and...

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This Practice Note looks at why employers need to carry out ‘right to work’ checks and when such checks should be made. What are the benefits of a correct right to work...

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A person who qualifies for settled status or British citizenship has an unconditional right to work in the UK. Settled status If a person has settled status in the UK...

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