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Understanding the personal challenges of moving back to Sweden with a non-EU spouse
Our bodies send out a continuous stream of signals. Even silence can be loaded with unspoken meanings as we listen with our eyes as much as our ears. This is why the words we speak are not always as effective or influential as we think.
Simon Higson explains more about the UK’s new Start-up visa and Innovator route, following the statement of changes earlier this year.
Simon Higson discusses employers’ duties and responsibilities as a sponsor license holder to ensure compliance for your employees and your business.
In today’s fast-paced, hyper-digitalised society we are turning to trust our tech – smart phones, tablets, computers and the myriad of apps and programmes that help run them – to an unprecedented level.
You have whittled down the mountain of CVs sent to you for consideration and identified the people who, on paper, you feel may fit the role. So what now?
The Home Office published the white paper on the future skills-based immigration system at the end of 2018. Given the decision to move the Brexit deadline to 31 October 2019 we have updated our previous commentary.
Simon Higson provides key commentary on the introduction of online right to work checks for migrant workers and highlights what you need to know about this new streamlined approach.
Simon Higson provides commentary on The Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules (HC1919), which makes changes to existing systems of migration, includes further changes to the EU Settlement Scheme, the introduction of two new visa types and the closure of Tier 1.
If an employer who sends an employee either to or from the UK ignores the UK payroll reporting requirements they do so at their peril.