Don’t Risk Losing Your Sponsor Licence – Prepare for your UKVI Compliance Visit
Get your free guide and discover how to prepare for a compliance visit to ensure your organisation stays compliant with UK immigration rules and CQC staffing regulations.
If your social care business sponsors migrant workers, you may be subject to a compliance visit by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) at any time. These visits can be announced or unannounced, and they involve checking that sponsors and those sponsored, are complying with their certificates of sponsorship, duties, responsibilities and any specific conditions that may be attached.
As part of a visit, UKVI compliance officers may inspect your records, systems, and even speak to your employees to ensure that you’re following immigration rules. If they identify any issues or discrepancies, it could lead to the revocation of your sponsor licence. To help you prepare for a compliance visit and ensure that your business remains compliant, we’ve created a free guide – ‘Get ready for a UKVI Compliance Visit: A Guide for Sponsors.’
Regulation 18: Staffing – Regulation 19: Fit and proper persons employed