Torture charges dismissed against Agnes Reeves Taylor
Internships are a great way for students and recent graduates to gain some valuable work experience, and also act as a helpful screening tool for employers who may be considering offering the intern a more permanent role. Immigration issues should be considered early in the process, to ensure work permission can be obtained in good time. We often hear from potential interns and employers who have not considered visa issues until the last moment, meaning internship start dates are delayed and the time the intern can spend at the company is shortened. In this webinar, Stephen Hall considers some of the most common pitfalls and the most appropriate visa categories for paid and unpaid internships.
The Immigration Bill is entering the later stages of its passage through Parliament. The Bill is currently at the “ping-pong” stage and is likely to receive the Royal Assent later in the year. The Bill creates a number of new criminal offences which both individuals and businesses will need to be aware of and plan ahead for in order to ensure that they do not fall foul of the new offences. A summary of some of the key proposed offences is outlined below.
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