Video Focus: Employing Non-UK Nationals

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HR professionals who fail to implement illegal working laws leave themselves open to possible prison sentences and their firms open to fines of £10,000 per employee.

Fraud costs the UK about £20 billion a year, and is mostly committed by employees within the organisation (The Association of Chief Police Officers). Preventing internal fraud is vital for your organisational integrity, reputation and revenue protection.

Here we present some videos from the Home Office and others, introducing the UK Boarder Agency and the Points Based System. If you need to know more, why not consider attending Symposium Events Employing & Vetting Non UK National’s conference.

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The Point’s Based System
A comprehensive guide to the UK’s new system for those wanting to live and work in the UK.

 

The UK Boarder Agency
While others are talking about it, the new UK Border Agency is constantly working to strengthen the country’s borders, overseeing immigration, customs and citizenship.

 

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Border Checks at Paris Eurostar
In place at eight rail and ferry terminals in France and Belgium, UK Border Force staff examine passengers travel documents before they arrive on UK soil.  Not strictly advice, but interesting…
 
 
 
2008 Changes to Work Permit Regulations
From 30 June 2008, the Tier 1 (General) category under the United Kingdom’s new points-based immigration system went into effect worldwide. Three new sub-categories of Tier 1 are also introduced: Tier 1 (Investors), Tier 1 (Entrepreneurs), and Tier 1 (Post-Study Work). These three sub-categories replaced more than a half-dozen other categories.   workpermit.com offers viewers and overview.

 

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