We are an OISC regulated immigration consultancy with expertise in helping UK businesses and their people navigate the UK's immigration system
We help businesses understand the best way to get a visa for new or existing staff, with a focus on giving you clear information about cost and timeframes
We streamline the process of applying for a Sponsor Licence and using it to sponsor international talent, minimising the workload for you and your people
We support individuals with a wide range of immigration applications, from visit visas to Indefinite Leave to Remain and British Citizenship
We’re so confident in our expertise that if you decide to work with us, we’ll guarantee your application for a Sponsor Licence will be approved. If we get it wrong, we’ll refund our entire fee
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Want to know how to sponsor a Skilled Worker?
"Can I do it myself?"
We get asked this question a lot, and our answer is always the same…
“Sure, but you need to invest some time into understanding the UK’s immigration system first”
If you have the time and inclination to read many pages of official guidance and understand what you need to do and how to avoid the pitfalls, you can of course make a successful application without support from a professional. Many people do and are successful in their applications. The starting point is always the UKVI website.
But if you’ve got better things to be getting on with, like running your business, or doing your day-job, we can help.
We believe that the core value of our service stems from our expertise. We don’t work magic, but we do know the UK’s immigration system inside out. We can quickly assess what needs to be done, how long it’s going to take and what it’s going to cost. And if you decide to go ahead with our services, we’ll get those things done on your behalf with the minimum of fuss, keeping you updated at all times.
Give us a call to discuss what you want to achieve and how we can help
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News & Views
The UK Hospitality sector is experiencing an acute skills shortage, largely due to the combined impacts of Brexit and the Coronavirus pandemic. In this article we consider how hospitality businesses can sponsor non-UK workers to fill their vacant roles
Care Worker roles to be added to the Shortage Occupation List and eligible for Skilled Worker visas from 15 February 2022
From 15 February 2022, for a period of 12 months, UK care providers will now be able to sponsor work visas for all care worker roles. It has previously only been possible to sponsor senior care workers, so this is a significant and positive change for many UK care homes and domiciliary care agencies struggling to recruit from the domestic workforce.
In January 2022, the average processing time for a Sponsor Licence application is now over 10 weeks, with many applications taking much longer than this. This has been caused by a significant increase in the number of applications throughout 2021. Employers can speed up the process by using the optional Home Office Priority service and ensuring they get their application right first time
From 2022, citizens of India and Iceland will be eligible for a Youth Mobility Scheme visa for the UK. This working holidaymaker visa allows 18-30 year olds to live and work in the UK for two years. There will be a strict limit on numbers – only 1,000 visas per year for Icelandic citizens and 3,000 visas per year for Indian citizens who also need to meet an additional qualification or experience requirement.
How To: I think we’ve got a Sponsor Licence, but we haven’t used it in years and I can’t find the login details….
Before you can sponsor a migrant worker, you need to make sure you’ve got an up to date Sponsor Licence. In this article we answer 5 simple questions to determine whether you’re ready to go ahead with a skilled worker application