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Immigration and employment law


We provide legal advice on all UK immigration law issues to large businesses, SMEs and individuals, as well as clients across health, education and broader government sectors across the UK. As the Brexit transition period ends on 31 December 2020, we can help you prepare for the new UK immigration system that will be applicable to all (EEA and non-EEA) new entrants to the UK from 1 January 2021.

Our employment and immigration lawyers support your organisation by providing clear, practical and tailored solutions on all UK inbound immigration law matters.

Our immigration lawyers advise corporate and public clients on all areas of recruiting and retaining workers from outside of the UK, offering solutions to workforce planning issues and seamless added-value advice on connected HR matters. We also advise on other jurisdictions through our network of carefully selected overseas lawyers.

For individuals, we can assist with a range of UK immigration law categories including the work, student and family routes, settlement and UK nationality.

What we do

We provide a comprehensive range of immigration law services including:

  • Sponsor Licence applications – support with applications, renewals and assisting with compliance obligations organisation have as a licence holder (including revocations and suspensions)
  • Workforce planning advice around recruiting and retaining workers from outside of the UK - including how to recruit a non-UK national, as well as the identity documents and right to work check requirements for the prevention of illegal working.
  • Specialist employment and immigration lawyers - providing seamless added-value advice on connected HR matters, such as the termination of illegal workers, document checking and recruitment.
  • Price transparency - cost certainty via our competitive fixed price Immigration Checker, one-stop Licence to Sponsor and visa application products
  • Support with in-country & overseas visa applications under the Points Based System as well as other immigration categories such as skilled workers, intra-company transfers, entrepreneurs, investors, students, sole representatives, charity workers, sportspersons, exceptional talent and youth mobility
  • Training of internal staff responsible for compliance with immigration rules and regulations
  • Review HR systems and recordkeeping to support with UKVI audits
  • Support with the Government’s prevention of illegal working requirements
  • Advice and support with settlement and British citizenship
  • Advising on other jurisdictions via our network of carefully selected overseas lawyers.

Why choose Browne Jacobson immigration lawyers?

We offer immigration law services to corporate and public organisations, as well as individuals, providing competitively priced products to help navigate the immigration rules and regulations.

For more information about how we can help, please contact Farzana Desai.

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Legal updates

Autumn Budget: 2021 Key Immigration Reforms

In May 2021, the Home Office published a policy paper which stated that in Spring 2022, ‘there will be a new unsponsored points-based route to attract the brightest and best to the UK, with a particular emphasis on the very high skilled and academically elite.'

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Covid: All countries to be removed from UK's travel red list

From 4am on Monday 1 November 2021, the remaining countries on the UK’s red list were removed in line with public health advice.

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Covid-19 adjusted right to work update

Advice for employers carrying out right to work checks has been updated as a result for Covid-19, replacing 18 June 2021 guidance.

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Right to work: updated guidance 18 June 2021

Reminder for employers that 'An employer's guide to right to work checks' has been updated for the end of the grace period on 30 June 2021.

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What our clients say....



Browne Jacobson always provides clear, practical and business focussed advice. I have no hesitation in recommending them not only as immigration specialists, but also for all areas of employment and HR issues

Wendy Shah, HR Manager, Summers Morgan


Browne Jacobson have supported our business through a number of difficult sponsorships and throughout this process their approach to client relationship management has been excellent. Without fail, they have provided a prompt and professional service and I am always confident in the advice that is provided to us as a business.

Aurum Holdings Ltd

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