Immigration review – 1 year on

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In this session, we will review the UK’s new immigration system one year on.

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In this session, we will review the UK’s new immigration system one year on. We will also look at what has changed in the world of business immigration over the past 12 months. It is vital that businesses keep on top of these changes as the consequences of not complying with the immigration rules can be serious.

Much has happened since the new immigration system first launched in December 2020 – new routes have been introduced, the shortage occupation list was updated, and the EU Settlement Scheme closed, leading to revised guidance on right to work checks. Concessions to the immigration rules, introduced to combat the effects of COVID-19, have also slowly fallen away. Many businesses will have become sponsor licence holders during this time to ensure that they can continue to recruit from outside the UK for skilled positions.

Over the course of this breakfast briefing, e will give an overview of these changes and what businesses should be doing to stay compliant. We will also explore what is on the horizon for the next 12 months.

Who should attend?

  • HR Directors
  • HR personnel
  • Those responsible for recruitment
  • Key personnel (for sponsor licence holders)

What will be included in the session?

An overview of the current immigration system including:

  • A recap of the Skilled Worker route
  • What sponsorship means
  • Changes to the shortage occupation list
  • What you need to know about the COVID-19 concessions to the immigration rules

The latest on the EU Settlement Scheme, is it really closed?

Right to work checks, specifically how to approach checks for EU nationals and the COVID-19 concession to these checks

New routes to work in the UK such as:

  • The new Graduate route
  • Frontier worker permits

Other routes to employing non-UK nationals such as:

  • Tier 5 Government Authorised Exchange
  • Tier 5 International Agreement Work Visa
  • The rise of the investor, business development, and talent visas

What is on the horizon for the next 12 months

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