Change in circumstances: what all migrant workers and sponsors need to know
Once skilled migrants from overseas have moved to the UK and begun to work under their newly acquired immigration status, it is likely that at some point there will be changes to their pay and job role.
So what happens when their employment circumstances change? What responsibilities do they/their sponsors have in reporting these to the Home Office? …
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