Is Britain truly ‘open for business’? It may not feel like it if you’re an employer who sponsors migrants to work for your business in the UK or if you have clients looking to set up a business in the UK.
With immigration still being such a hot political topic, the government can’t leave this area alone. There are further changes ahead, which, while not on the face of it affecting employers directly, could well have an impact on them and their businesses.
Jackie Penlington, associate in Stevens & Bolton’s immigration team, summarises appeal rights, landlord checks, the NHS surcharge and other recent changes in an article that featured on page 5 in our Summer 2014 edition of International Newsbrief.