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TWO Workshops 

Changes to the Immigration Rules April 2022 Online Briefings 

Friday 29th April 2022 
 
We are delivering two briefings to clarify changes to the Immigration Rules. One session will cover right to work checks, and the other addresses the new work visas and changes to the points based system.  

Changes to Right to Work Checks 

Online & manual checks; Changes to List A & List B; IDVT & the statutory excuse; Procuring an IDVP; Action plan for employers. 
Q & A session: 

New Work Visas & PBS Changes 

Global Business Mobility Routes; Intra Company Transfers; High Potential Individual Route; Scale Up Visas; Other Changes; Q & A session. 
 

Preventing Illegal Working Online Workshop 

Tuesday 21st June 2022 
 
Overview of the UKVI requirements for preventing illegal working, covering right to work checks and how to obtain and maintain the statutory excuse (an employer's defence against a penalty). The course incorporates the recent changes to the immigration rules resulting from Brexit and UKVI's move towards digitalisation. 
 
This workshop covers: 
 
Who can work in the UK 
The requirements for employing EU citizens 
Which immigration categories include the right to work and any restrictions on visa holders 
Home Office requirements for ensuring the statutory excuse against a penalty 
What records you need to keep to prove you have checked right to work 
The rules for employing students 
Discussion on the implications of Brexit on checking right to work 
How good you have to be at spotting fake documentation 
 

Practical Document Verification One Day Workshop 

This course is run on demand at our office near Gatwick. Please register your interest below and we will be in touch. 
 
This workshop covers: 
What is document fraud? 
The difference between forged & counterfeit documents 
The requirements of document verification 
Document security features 
How to spot document irregularities 
The best way to use reference material 
Benefits of basic and advanced detection equipment 
Practise with ‘real’ documents 
 

Employer Sponsorship: Skilled Workers Online Workshop 

Tuesday 14th June 2022 
 
Overview of the revised Points Based System, covering sponsorship of skilled workers and including Tiers 1 and 5 
Sponsorship in detail: 
Certificates of sponsorship 
Resident labour market test 
Skill levels 
Salary 
Shortage occupations 
Tradeable points 
English language 
Certifying maintenance 
Policies and procedures for compliance 
Implications of Brexit upon your policies & procedures 
Key tips for managing your immigration process 
Home Office audit tips 
Document checking techniques and proof of right to work 
 

Student Visas Online Workshop 

Thursday 16th June 2022 
 
This workshop covers: 
The student route of the Points Based System 
Compliance through the student journey: recruitment to graduation 
Policies and procedures for Home Office requirements 
Home Office audit tips  
Q & A session including Brexit implications 
 
The focus of this particular workshop is towards compliance within independent schools, but it is also suitable for those new to the topic in all educational settings. If you are interested in training for further education or higher education, please do get in touch to discuss your needs, as we can alter the course content to suit our audience.  
 

Student Sponsor Compliance Refresher Online Workshop 

Wednesday 6th July 2022 
 
This workshop is aimed at individuals with experience supporting international student admissions. The content offers an opportunity to keep up to date with student sponsor compliance changes, and maintain confidence that processes and procedures are compliant with UKVI requirements.  
 
We address: 
Issuing CAS and visa application practicalities 
Compliance duties and reporting to UKVI 
Short-term students 
EU/EEA students 
Dealing with difficult issues, using case studies 
Q&A session to discuss issues 
 
 
 
“I found yesterday's session really useful. I have to admit that I wasn't looking forward to it, it's a dry subject matter! But Ian clearly knows his stuff and made it really enjoyable” 
 
 
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