UK Sponsorship Licence

As one of the most successful immigration consultancies in the world, Global Migrate has helped individuals, families, and corporate clients with their visa applications for many years. Our consultants are legally trained and keep up to date on the ever-changing immigration rules for the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Denmark.Global Migrate is considered the expert of experts and whether you are a student or a high net worth investor, we aim to make your immigration dreams come true. We provide you with unrivaled service throughout the visa process. This is why most of our customers say they would recommend us.

Sponsorship Licence

In order for a migrant to enter the UK under a Tier 2 visa, they will need to be sponsored by an employer. This employer must be licensed under the points-based system. An unlicensed employer will not be able to sponsor a migrant worker.

Global-Migrate is qualified to advise employers looking to apply for a sponsorship license. We have fifteen years of experience in the immigration industry, and regularly help those looking to hire migrant workers. Call us today to discuss the sponsorship application.

Sponsorship licenses are also granted to academic institutions who want to accept students from outside the EEA. If you are interested in this type of license, call our specialist advisors.

For a business sponsorship license, you will need to meet a set of requirements. These include human resources systems that keep the proper records for migrant workers. You must also provide documentation of many aspects of your business, including some that might be specific to your industry.

All evidence must be supplied within ten days of the initial online application, so it is important that you have everything prepared when you apply. Global-Migrate specialist case workers can help you prepare your application.

Once approved, licensed sponsors will be given a rating of either A or B. both ratings allow licensees to sponsor migrants, but a B rating means that the organisation is working with the UK Border Agency to improve their systems.