• Welcome to our new Talking Heads series, designed to provide you with easily digestible, short videos around the sponsor licence compliance to ensure business is protected. We’ve broken the series into three individual discussions to highlight the essential points you need to be aware of. 

    Part three | Sponsor licence compliance: How to prepare for a UKVI visit

    Preparing for a UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) compliance visit has never been more vital for organisations due to the heightened scrutiny from the sponsor compliance team that can lead to enforcement action. Our final episode in this series focusses on good practice top tips on how to prepare for a sponsor licence compliance visit and how we can help.

    If you feel you would benefit from sponsor licence compliance audits or would like to speak to someone about becoming a licenced sponsor, please contact Tijen Ahmet. For more information, please visit our  Sponsor Licences page.

    Enjoyed this episode? Watch the rest of the series now:

    Part one | Sponsor licence compliance: Why is compliance important and what are the risks?

    Part two | Sponsor licence compliance: What to expect during a UKVI visit

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