Welcome to our series of podcasts based on the post-Brexit immigration system, brought to you by the business immigration team at our sister company, Capital Law, in partnership with Five Paper Chambers’ Business Immigration barrister, Satinder Gill.
In this series a member of the Capital Law team will discuss with Satinder the new points-based system, and some of the frequently asked business immigration questions.
In this episode we provide an overview of the EU settlement scheme. We cover the application process, the differences between settled and pre-settled status, and timescales applicants should be aware of in terms of time spent out of the UK.
On 12 May (9-10 am), we’re hosting a webinar to discuss the EU Settlement Scheme in more detail and what you, as a business, can be doing to prepare for 1 July 2021. To join us, all you need to do is register here.
In our last podcast, we talked about how businesses could recruit workers who are not settled in the UK by applying for a sponsor license. In this episode we look at the differences in the old and new systems.
In this episode Alex Christen (Capital Law) and Satinder Gill (Five Paper) look at what options are available to employers hoping to recruit workers who are non-British nationals, to work in the UK.
Please note, our discussion and the information given by our solicitors or Satinder Gill does not constitute legal advice.
The Capital Law business immigration team advise on all aspects of business immigration – how to recruit and employ workers under the new points-based system; business investment and self employed visas; the EU settlement scheme; Right to Work checks; and workforce planning including mitigating the impact of Brexit on your business.
Satinder works closely with his solicitors for business and corporate clients on all aspects of business immigration, from global mobility planning, sponsor licensing, sponsor compliance, and applications for key executives and high net worth individuals.
His employer clients range from blue chip companies, professional sports clubs, and universities to start ups new to the UK.