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Skilled worker visa sponsorship – Immigration training for school HR teams
September 15- 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
On 1 December, Tier 2 was replaced by the Skilled Worker immigration categories; since 1 January 2021 European Economic Area (EEA) and Swiss nationals are now subject to the same immigration requirements as those from the rest of the world.
15 September 2021
£114 (incl VAT)*
Independent Schools, Academy Trusts
Virtual Online Event
*Please note that there will be a small administration fee on Eventbrite.
What’s this webinar about?
On 1 December, Tier 2 was replaced by the Skilled Worker immigration categories; since 1 January 2021 European Economic Area (EEA) and Swiss nationals are now subject to the same immigration requirements as those from the rest of the world. With so much changing and schools increasingly turning to the immigration system to secure the best teachers and senior staff, it is vital that school HR teams are aware of how these changes will affect their activities as employers and sponsors.
This webinar will explore the following topics:
- skilled worker visa sponsorship and how it differs from Tier 2
- satisfying the genuine vacancy requirement
- choosing occupation codes and meeting the salary thresholds
- complying with your sponsorship duties
- reporting to UKVI
- what to do when things go wrong
- hiring EEA nationals post-Brexit
- conducting Right to Work checks
- the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on the immigration system
Book early to secure your place – we will be capping the number of delegates for this session, as we would like to keep the session interactive and allow plenty of time for you to ask questions to our experts.
We hope you are able to join us. If you have any queries, please contact the Events team.
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