Whether you represent a business employing migrant workers, or an educational institution looking for help with a sponsor licence, the lawyers at Latitude Law will be happy to guide you through the requirements of the PBS sponsorship schemes.
Business immigration laws are changing, making it more complicated for UK businesses to hire workers from overseas. And while the impact of Brexit on the UK’s immigration landscape is still to become clear, there will inevitably be new challenges. If your business relies on the contributions of migrant workers, our expert business immigration solicitors can help you navigate the tricky compliance issues that surround this area of the law.
We give advice on matters such as sponsor licence applications, applying for the correct type of visa and correctly adhering to the law. We also advise individuals from other countries who wish to move to the UK to invest in or start a business.
Are you hoping to work in the UK? Have you been offered a job role and seek permission to work here? Our immigration lawyers are experts in the operation of UK and European legislation that affects foreign workers.
If you need help securing a visa through the entrepreneur route, the immigration solicitors at Latitude Law are here to help. We can help you through the application process and provide legal advice and guidance on complex matters, such as appeals.
If you require assistance applying for a Graduate Entrepreneur visa, Latitude Law's immigration solicitors have extensive experience in such cases.
If you need help extending your Entrepreneur visa, Latitude Law's immigration solicitors can guide you through the strict eligibility and specified evidence requirements.
If you need help securing a visa through the investor route, the immigration solicitors at Latitude Law are here to help. We can help you through the application process and provide legal advice and guidance on complex matters, such as appeals.
If you need help securing a Youth Mobility visa, the immigration solicitors at Latitude Law are here to help. We can help you through the application process and provide legal advice and guidance on complex matters, such as appeals.
Sole representative is one of the few remaining non-points based work categories, and provides an attractive option to foreign investors and business people looking to expand their activity into the UK.
How we can help
Latitude Law helps thought leaders, innovators and businesspeople navigate the complexities of the UK immigration system across a range of sectors. Some of the ways our business immigration experts might be able to help include:
- Fully prepare and manage sponsor licence and visa applications
- Identify the correct visa for your specific needs
- Help you to prepare the correct documents for each type of visa
- Audit existing applications and processes to improve future success
- Get refused applications or suspended licences back on track
- Train you and your team to develop a deeper understanding of the law
Our team has deep knowledge of the law, Immigration Rules, and Home Office policy and guidance which informs decisions in this field. The passion we have for business immigration law, advocacy and seeing client businesses flourish and thrive has allowed us to help countless clients reach their end-goal of relocating, working and living in the UK with their families.
If you would like to speak to one of our business sector experts, click the button below or call 0161 234 6800 (Manchester and London) or 0151 305 9600 (Liverpool).
Why choose Latitude Law?
Our expert solicitors have extensive knowledge in all aspects of inbound immigration, human rights and nationality law. We have an excellent track record of assisting clients in the most complex cases and issues which can arise from applications, extensions and switching into other categories.
We are proud to have the largest business immigration law team in the North West and are accredited by Chambers & Partners, Legal 500 and Who’s Who Legal. Get in touch with an expert today to begin your journey to starting a business in the UK.