Skilled Migrant Sponsorship in Healthcare Sector

We offer expert immigration advice to private organisations and talented individuals looking to advance within the health and social care sector in the UK.

 

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Our Clients:
Sponsor Licence

Our Sponsor Licence Services

Our Sponsor Licence Services

We simplify the process of recruiting international talent for companies ranging from private hospital chains to health tech start-ups. Our expertise in sponsorship licences and visa applications ensures a smooth, hassle-free experience.

Effortless Compliance Management

Our comprehensive guidance, including training in-house teams and advisory services, prepares you for any Home Office audits.

Personalised Visa Assistance for Families

Beyond supporting your sponsored employees, we extend our expertise to their families, ensuring they can join them in the UK. 

Certainty with Rove Legal

Our team ensures clarity on essential documentation, offering a streamlined, hassle-free application experience tailored to your needs.

COMPLIANCE STRATEGY

Expert Support, Every Step of the Way

Expert Support, Every Step of the Way

UKVI Compliance Support

Ongoing SMS Management

Sponsor Licence Refusal
OUR PROMISE

Personalised & Comprehensive Approach With No Bureaucracy

Personalised & Comprehensive Approach With No Bureaucracy

We provide a one-to-one service, bypassing the typical bureaucracy found in larger firms. Your case will be managed by an experienced solicitor, not case workers or paralegals.

Conducting an in-depth analysis of your business

Collaborating closely with your team to understand your staffing requirements

Working with various stakeholders within your company

Assessing your HR policies to identify potential risks factors

Managing and overseeing the submission of your application

Providing assistance with your Sponsor Licence responsibilities

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What Will We Discuss During the Consultation?

What Will We Discuss During the Consultation?

Procedures, time frames, and associated costs

Criteria for qualifying for the Sponsor Licence application

HR responsibilities and regulatory compliance

Why Rove Legal

Personalised & Comprehensive Approach With No Bureaucracy

Personalised & Comprehensive Approach With No Bureaucracy

We provide a one-to-one service, bypassing the typical bureaucracy found in larger firms. Your case will be managed by an experienced solicitor, not case workers or paralegals.

Industry Expertise

From SMEs in hospitality to technology and FCA-regulated firms, our lawyers have a wide range of industry experience and are familiar with each industry’s nuances.

 
Over 99% Success Rate

Success rate in all cases handled! This has been achieved through setting ambitious yet attainable immigration goals.

 
 
19+ Years

Instead of paralegals & case workers, your case will be overseen by a senior partner.

 
 
ASSESS YOUR ELIGIBILITY

Is Your Company Eligible?

Is Your Company Eligible?

What Documents Are Required?

What Documents Are Required?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Right-to-Work Check?

As an employer, it is your responsibility to ensure that any individual you employ has the legal right to work in the UK. This check should be carried out on all potential employees, without discrimination based on race, nationality, or ethnicity.

A Right-to-Work check may involve reviewing the applicant’s original documents. In this situation you need to check the documents with the application present, make and retain copies, and note the date that the check was conducted. Alternatively, the candidate may provide a Right to Work share code which can easily be checked via the Home Office website.

Consistent, correct and properly recorded Right to Work checks provide you with a solid defence if faced with allegations of compliance breaches within your organisation. This form of defence is called a ‘statutory excuse’.

Sponsor organisations are required to report any changes to UKVI in a timely manner. This might be changes to the company’s circumstances, or to their employees’ immigration or employment status. Some changes must be reported within specified time limits, so it’s best to contact the Home Office or log changes via the SMS portal as soon as possible.

 

Changes you must report include, but are not limited to, the following:

 

  • Changing company address
  • Reassigning the role of Authorising Officer
  • Opening or closing a branch in the UK or overseas
  • Your company becoming insolvent
  • Other significant changes to the company such as acquisitions, mergers and takeovers
  • An employee’s failure to start work on the agreed date
  • Extended absences of sponsored employees
  • Reducing the salary of a sponsored employee