Complying with UK Right to Work Legislation and the Role of Technology

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GBG and Northrow have the pleasure of hosting this FREE 1 hour webinar on some of the pitfalls associated with Right to Work Checks, and how technology can support you in ensuring you remain compliant with UK Home Office legislation.

You will receive EXPERT guidance from Anne Morris – MD of DavidsonMorris Solicitors.

Anne has over 20 years’ experience in immigration law. Having started her career at the Home Office representing the Secretary of State on immigration matters, she worked at two private practice immigration firms before establishing DavidsonMorris in 2005. Anne’s experience encompasses all aspects of UK immigration law advising multinationals on global mobility strategy, compliance audits and training.

The webinar we will cover:

• What documents you should be checking

• How to prove you conducted a Right to Work check if challenged by the Home Office

• How to check that a candidate has the right to work if their documents are held by the Home Office

• What documents you will need to check for EEA nationals

• How long your organisation is legally required to keep the documentation

• How you can use technology as a solution to conduct the RTW checks to ensure all branches of your business are 100% compliant

The webinar is hosted by Scott Pettifor of Northrow and Anne Morris – MD of DavidsonMorris Solicitors.

Anne’s experience encompasses all aspects of UK immigration law, from advising multinationals on global mobility strategy and supporting immigration policies, to supporting globally-mobile individuals such as foreign investors, entrepreneurs, high net worth individuals and senior executives and their families with options for entry and settlement in the UK.

Anne is recommended by the Legal 500 UK for immigration law.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.



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