After a Sponsorship licence has been approved, in order to fully sponsor a foreign worker, the sponsor will need to assign the COS to the foreign worker in question.
Things to Remember when Requesting a Certificate of Sponsorship (COS)
Please note that the COS is a very important document and needs to be completed in accordance with the requirements set out by the Home Office. This is to ensure that the vacancy is genuine, that the foreign worker has the prerequisite experience and is being employed at the appropriate level with a salary matching the amount stipulated in the relevant SOC code.
These factors must be taken into account when applying for the COS, as incorrect information will result in a failed application. Although reapplication is possible, it is advisable to make a successful application in the first attempt to avoid delay and unnecessary costs.
How can NA Law Solicitors Help with Requesting and Assigning a Certificate of Sponsorship?
We are a niche immigration firm based in Brentford, West London. Our team of immigration solicitors specialise in the provision of advice on the Sponsorship Licence, Audit and Compliance and advice on employing migrant workers post- Brexit. We can advise on how to request and assign either a restricted or unrestricted Certificate of Sponsorship and ensure that once granted it is assigned correctly in accordance with the Skilled Worker visa policy guidance.
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