Editor's message: There are restrictions on the employment of workers from outside the European Economic Area and employers that wish to recruit a foreign national who is subject to immigration control to work in the UK, must comply with the points-based immigration system.
Employers that want to employ foreign nationals as skilled workers under tier 2 of the points-based system must have a sponsor licence from the Home Office. An employer that fails to comply with its sponsor duties risks having its licence revoked.
Clio Springer, senior employment law editor
An employer that discovers that an employee no longer has the right to work in the UK, or that immigration permission is due to expire, needs to take action to avoid criminal and civil penalties.
We discuss how employers should deal with a situation in which an employee no longer has the right to work in the UK.
We discuss how employers should deal with the situation when an employee no longer has the right to work in the UK, while complying with their employment law obligations.
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