Immigration Update — May 2014: sponsored migrants working at client sites — getting it right
By Leslie Sarma
It is increasingly common, particularly in the IT sector, for businesses to send their Tier 2 sponsored migrants to work, on a temporary basis, at client sites. The Home Office has specifically envisaged this scenario, and it is allowed by current policy as long as the sponsoring organisation continues to have full responsibility for the duties, functions and outcomes/outputs of the Tier 2 migrant while he or she is working at the client site and appropriate documentation is retained…
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