Employing Migrant Workers

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 29 November 2010
Fiona Cassidy
Jones Cassidy Brett

In the light of recent government announcements relating to the cap on migrant workers we asked Fiona Cassidy of Jones Cassidy Jones solicitors to review some of the issues surrounding this matter.


Introduction

The new rules announced by Theresa May on 23 November have generated considerable controversy. These new rules will take effect from April 2011 and this is an opportune time to review the legal position on employing migrant workers. The UK Border Agency has just published new Guidance on Preventing Illegal Working:
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/employers/preventingillegalworking

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Fiona Cassidy
Jones Cassidy Brett

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