Business Immigration Solicitors


Our Immigration law team specialises in providing our clients with up to date advice on the ever changing, UK Immigration laws.

Our specialists assist organisations who employs migrant workers from outside of the UK or sponsor workers, our range of specialist immigration service help employers to meet their responsibilities as a sponsor.

> Compliance advice and guidance

> Immigration audit services

> Management of sponsor licence

> Prepare and submit applications for your new employees and their families to join or remain in the UK

> Sponsor licence applications

> Work in the UK

Herrington Carmichael have a specialist immigration team who will ensure that you are provided with expert high-quality advice within this specialist area whilst receiving a personalised bespoke service.

All in a Day's Work: Right to Work Checks

This podcast episode covers the legal requirement to conduct right to work checks and how employers must conduct them going forward. This episode will offer practical advice on how to manage the right to work check process and also cover an employer’s obligations under the law.

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    Revised Immigration Rules – Building Blocks for Overseas Construction Workers?

    Post-Brexit, industries across the board were rocked to the core. Many overseas workers left the UK, which in turn led to a chronic shortfall in UK workforce. Coupled with Covid and the economic...

    Mergers & Acquisitions: Corporate Immigration Compliance

    In nearly all corporate transactions, a business needs to take action to remain compliant as a sponsor to avoid the risk of having your sponsor licence being downgraded or even revoked which can...

    UK High Potential Individual Visa

    The High Potential Individual (“HPI”) visa route opened earlier this year and allows qualifying individuals to enter the UK without needing an employer to sponsor them. In a bid to attract the...

    Pros and Cons of the Scale-up Visa

    The scale-up worker visa route opened on 22 August 2022. It allows workers to come to the UK to work for an eligible job for a fast-growing UK business, subject to meeting eligibility criteria. The...

    All in a Day’s Work: Right to Work Checks

    This month's episode covers right to work checks. Usof Shah and Jack Rose will be discussing the legal requirement to conduct right to work checks and how employers must conduct them going forward....

    UK Immigration Right to Work and Right to Rent Checks

    From 6 April 2022, important changes to both the Right to Work and Right to Rent Schemes will come into effect. In December 2021, the UK government issued guidance about changes to the way in which...

    Scale-Up visa – A new fast track visa for the highly skilled

    Why is the scale-up visa being introduced? In the last autumn budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak illustrated the importance of migration to the UK’s economy and his plans to introduce a new visa route...

    Right to work checks from 6 April 2022

    From 6 April 2022, employers will no longer be able to carry out a manual right to work check on those who hold a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP), Biometric Residence Card (BRC) or a Frontier...

    Changes to right to work and rent checks – a move in the right direction

    On 17 December 2021, the Home Office announced further changes to right to work and rent checks which will come into force from 6 April 2022. From 6 April 2022, employers and landlords will no...

    Warning – obtaining a Sports visa may not be as quick as you think!

    The recent appointment of Manchester United’s interim manager has highlighted potential delays in obtaining a visa under the new International Sportsperson visa category. It has been well documented...

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    UK High Potential Individual Visa

    UK High Potential Individual Visa

    The High Potential Individual (“HPI”) visa route opened earlier this year and allows qualifying individuals to enter the UK without needing an employer to sponsor them.

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