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» Licence Responsibilities
Licensed Sponsors in the UK will have a number of different responsibilities to meet, both towards the business and towards any migrants hired by the organisation.
Business in the UK who are licenced to sponsor foreign workers will be responsible for:
The Home Office will look at and organisation's ability to meet these requirements before granting and Employer Sponsorship Licence. They may look for organisational competency, history, and HR systems in order to make a decision.
Employers who wish to hire migrant workers must have systems in place in order to prevent illegal working.
For more information about the responsibilities associated with obtaining Employee Sponsorship Licence:
The Employer Sponsorship Licence is required by any employer looking to hire a worker through the Tier 2 Work Permit programme.
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