If you want to employ someone from outside the EEA who does not already have the right to work in the UK, you will need to obtain a Tier 2 or Tier 5 Sponsor Licence. Our immigration barristers are well versed in preparing Sponsor Licence applications for employers and can guide you through the process of obtaining one, as well as complying with your sponsor duties.

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Our specialist immigration barristers work closely with employers to ensure that their immigration requirements are met. Providing a completely outsourced immigration service, we ensure that businesses obtain the right Sponsor Licence, maintain their licence at the highest rating and comply with their sponsor duties.

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For expert advice and assistance with applying for a Tier 2 or Tier 5 sponsor licence, please contact our business immigration barristers & lawyers on 0203 617 9173 or e-mail info@richmondchambers.com.

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