• Do you want to visit the UK for tourism or to spend some time with a family member?
  • Are you interested in studying in any of the UK world class Universities?
  • Do you want to live and work legally in the UK?
  • Do you want to regularise your immigration status in the UK?
  • Do you want your family member or your spouse to come and live permanently with you in the UK?
  • Have you recently had your immigration application refused in the UK or from abroad?
  • Are you an EEA National or his/her family member and want to know your residence rights in the UK?
  • Do you consider yourself a Refugee?
  • Are you a UK business and needing business immigration advice?
  • Do you need mediation/Arbitration prior to starting a divorce of childcare petition?
  • Are you threatened with the curtailment of your residence permit by your sponsoring spouse/civil partner?
  • Do you need to collect debts or needing debt and money advice?
  • Are you generally confused of your situation in the UK?

If you answer yes to one or more of the questions, then Contact Us

If you’re a company registered in the UK and you’re looking to employ someone from outside of the European Economic Area (EEA), then you’ve come to the right place. It is likely that you’ll need to sponsor your prospective employees in order for them to legally enter the UK to work, even if the work they’re set to carry out is unpaid (for example, charity and volunteer work), this is usually done by means of visa sponsorship. At Babs & Co Legal, we have a wealth of experience in assisting applications for a sponsorship licence and are perfectly positioned to help you through the process of becoming a sponsor.

There are a number of things you will need to consider when looking to sponsor employees to come into the UK, as there are certain responsibilities you, as an employer, take on such as:

  •     Obtaining a sponsor licence before employing any skilled workers on Tier 2 and Tier 5 Visas
  •     Issuing a Certificate of Sponsorship to every prospective or existing Tier 2 migrant worker to enable them to apply for a new visa, or extend their current stay in the UK
  •     Using the sponsorship management system to keep relevant records and reports in relation to your workers, including their compliance with their immigration conditions, and reporting any breaches that may arise

When your sponsorship licence has been approved, your business will be added to the UK Border Agency’s register of sponsors (also commonly referred to as the Tier 2 sponsor list), which will enable you to issue a certificate of sponsorship to your existing and prospective employees, which comes in the form of a unique reference number that is then used in the process of their visa application.

With an estimated one in six visa applications now being refused by the UK Border Agency, the difference between a successful and unsuccessful application for a sponsorship licence could lie with us. With a high success rate of assisted applications, our immigration lawyers can draw upon years of experience to help make your application a successful one. Get in touch with one of our experts today for further information.

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Location: Ground Floor, Estuary House196 Ballards Road,  Dagenham  RM10 9AB, it is opposite of the Mcdonals Car Pak on A13, (Ballards Road)

Local Buses are buses 174 or 175 from Dagenham Heathway Station, Bus 287 from Barking Station, Bus 145 from Dagenham Dock Station and the Nearest Station is Dagenham Heathway OR Dagenham Dock. 

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