Successful application for leave to remain for a skilled chef
July 07, 2021

Mr Xis a Skilled Chef. He had been sponsored to work in an established Restaurant in West London. After only a year or so in the UK, his sponsor made the decision to liquidate the existing business and run the restaurant through a new limited company. This meant that Mr X could no longer continue…

Application for settlement under the UK sponsorship system
July 07, 2021

Mr X had been living in the UK for almost 10 years, first entering as a Tier 4 (General) student. Having completed his degree, he secured sponsorship as a Tier 2 (General) migrant and made two further leave to remain applications under the category. Mr X was aware that he could probably apply for indefinite…

Successful Application for Skilled Worker Visa from a Sponsor who was related to the Applicant
May 11, 2021

Background We were instructed to prepare for a Skilled Worker visa application for a migrant worker who was based in the UAE. The applicant received an offer of employment for the position of Sales Consultant from a family member in the UK and requires assistance on the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) and his visa application….

Successfully assigning a CoS to a Skilled Worker
April 13, 2021

Mr. G’s company, unfamiliar with the sponsorship process, had provided Mr. G with a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) reference number that had been given in a previous application. Mr. X discovered this only when the Home Office issued a letter requiring that the sponsor assigns a new Certificate of Sponsorship within a strict deadline. Mr….

Successful entry clearance application as a Skilled Worker
January 19, 2021

Background The client, Mr A, is an Iranian national residing in the UK as a Tier 4 Student. He received an offer of employment as an Architect with a UK based company; however, the company did not have a valid sponsor licence and his leave expired whilst the sponsor licence application was being processed. Despite…

Restricted Certificate of Sponsorship
July 18, 2020

Company A is an esteemed company in the IT industry. A few months ago, the company wanted to employ 3 skilled employees from Non-EEA nations.  However, the employer was frustrated with the complex rules for assigning a Restricted Certificate of Sponsorship (RCoS). The employer had the vivid idea of being subjected to Home Office Enforcement…