Become a Sponsor
In order to employ someone to work for you who currently lives outside of the UK, you’re likely to need a sponsor licence for your business or charity.
As a sponsor, you’ll be able to head hunt certain candidates from overseas, and you’ll have a much wider pool of talent to choose from for recruitment purposes.
Our lawyers can draft and submit the relevant documentation for you. They can advise you on your ongoing obligations as a sponsor so that you can put in place all the required arrangements.
What you will get from this service
- A 30-minute consultation with your lawyer. You’ll discuss:
- Whether you need workers for (i) skilled or long-term employment, (ii) temporary employment, or (iii) both
- Your specific questions about the license and the application
- The key information your lawyer needs from you to draft the application
- A professionally drafted application for a sponsor license, which your solicitor will submit on your behalf
- Filing the submission sheet
- Filing your supporting documents
- Drafting required affidavits or statutory declarations
- One round of comments and changes to each of the documents
What this service will enable you to do
You will be able to employee someone to work for you from outside the UK.
What happens after I hire a lawyer?
You send your lawyer proof of ID and address and your lawyer checks for conflicts. You send any relevant documentation to your lawyer. Your lawyer send you a client engagement letter to sign and return.
2. Personal Consultation
Choose between a phone, online or face-to-face meeting with your lawyer
3. Draft documentation
Your lawyer sends you a draft version of the document for you to review
4. Revisions and approval
You review the draft, provide comments if necessary, and request revisions. Your lawyer will provide you with another iteration, incorporating your changes as far as possible. Once you’re happy with the document, you approve the final version.
5. Leave a review of your Experience
Leave a review for Legal Drop and your lawyer