Skilled Worker Licences for Employers
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Skilled Worker Licences for Employers

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Join this webinar to hear Jasmine Doust (experienced Immigration law solicitor at Curzon Green Solicitors), walk you through the prospective Sponsor Licences available to UK employers, to help meet skill shortages and meet your businesses staffing needs.

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Programme outline

Jasmine will provide an overview of the Sponsor Licence options for UK based employers, before outlining in more detail the process for the new ‘’Skilled Worker’’ licence and associated visas.

Jasmine will share examples of how employers can make this licence work for their firm and outline cost implications.

Learning outcomes:

  • The pros and cons of applying for a (Home Office) Sponsor Licence for recruiting staff from outside of the UK.

  • An overview of process and costs involved when applying for a “Skilled Worker” Sponsor Licence.

  • An overview of the different types of Sponsor Licences available to employers.

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Jasmine Doust | Solicitor – Immigration & Human Rights Team

After graduating from the University of Bristol with a degree in law, Jasmine moved to Samos, Greece, where she co-founded a non-governmental organisation in response to the unfolding refugee crisis. Jasmine went on to establish the Samos Legal Centre which hosts lawyers who provide pro bono legal advice. Jasmine moved on to complete a master’s degree in Public International Law and Human Rights at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, before returning to London to complete the Legal Practice Course at BPP.

Jasmine remains engaged with the work of Samos Volunteers and sits on their Board of Directors. She is a member of the Advisory Board for Marlow Refugee Action and a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association. Jasmine has worked for Curzon Green Solicitors for three years and her position sits exclusively within the Immigration and Human Rights Team. As such, has extensive experience of representing individuals and businesses with their UK immigration law matters.

In response to the post-Brexit skill shortages faced by UK employers, Jasmine has seen increasing numbers of firms seeking Sponsor Licences, to allow them to recruit workers from beyond the UK domestic labour market. Jasmine has supported businesses in securing skilled worker licences and worked with Intra-Company transfer licence holders and so is well equipped to speak on the law and practicalities involved.