Home Office launches campaign to get businesses ready for the introduction of the UK’s new points-based system
As of 30 September 2020, the Home Office has launched a nationwide marketing campaign to get businesses prepared for the introduction of the United Kingdom’s new points-based system since free movement will come to an end on 31st December 2020.
The campaign particularly targets employers for future sponsors to make them aware that they would require a sponsor licence to hire migrant workers from any countries including within the EU when free movement ends. The message will be spread via different channels such as social media and radio throughout this Autumn.
The campaign contains information about how to become a sponsor, who you can hire as a sponsor, and how the new points-based system will affect EU citizens you already employ. You can read more about the campaign via the link below:
Regarding the changes to migrant workers routes and sponsorship that will be incorporated into the United Kingdom’s new points-based system, you can access detailed information via the link below:
You can also refer to our previous article on the United Kingdom’s new points-based system, which provides you with a summary of how the new system will operate after the freedom of movement ends, via the link below:
Should you wish to talk to us about how to become a licensed sponsor in the United Kingdom or how to hire migrant workers either before or after free movement ends, please do not hesitate to contact our professional team of Immigration lawyers at Barar and Associates at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7487 8370. You can access more information about us via https://bararassociates.com/.