Immigration Law for NI EmployersPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 12 April 2018 Issues covered:
The UK is in the grip of a skills shortage and it’s about to get worse before it gets better. On 2nd February 2018, the CIPD reported, “Visas will only go to those earning more than £50,000, experts predict, as a drop in the number of EU migrants impacts demand.”
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It is a crime to knowingly employ a person who is not authorised to work in the UK. The
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