Immigration update: A practical guide for business owners and HR professionals on managing their international staff through the pandemic
The next in our COVID-19 webinar series focuses on the most urgent immigration issues faced by businesses and their international employees, including:
- how to carry out remote right to work checks;
- how to make a visa application in the UK;
- furlough issues for migrant staff;
- specific issues for sponsor licence holders: delayed entry for new starts overseas; cooling off; reduction in salaries; working from home; and absences for ILR.
This webinar will be particularly useful for:
- Business owners
- HR professionals
Jacqueline Moore, Head of Immigration
An accredited Law Society of Scotland specialist in Immigration law, Jacqueline has practiced in immigration law for over 18 years. Over that time, she has built up a wealth of experience acting on behalf of clients ranging from asylum-seekers to multi-national companies to Russell Group Universities.
Immigration issues can be a challenge for business owners and HR professionals. Keeping on top of Right to Work legislation is an issue for all businesses. For those looking to hire international talent, a Sponsor licence is usually required. Jacqueline has helped fashion start-ups such as Strathberry and multi-national companies such as Epic Games obtain their licence. She was also the instructing solicitor in the only reported case in the UK in which the higher court found that a Sponsor licence refusal was unlawful.