Immigration Update — May 2014: supplementary work — the sponsor’s perspective
By Leslie Sarma
Many Tier 2 sponsors have reported to us that their sponsored migrants have approached them with questions about supplementary work — for example: what supplementary work can be done; allowable hours; and, specifically, whether that work can include self-employment.
Migrants sponsored under Tier 2 are allowed, in very limited circumstances, to undertake supplementary work in addition to the role for which they have been sponsored. They do not require sponsorship to undertake supplementary work…
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