11/03/2021

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  • Thursday 11 March: 11.00 - 11.45

    Continuing our immigration webinar series, this webinar of approximately 45 minutes focuses on immigration issues for universities and other HEIs in the light of the new points based system.

    It will touch on:

    • student and graduate visas;
    • the rules on recruiting overseas staff under the skilled worker route; and
    • how the start-up visa works in an HE context.

    Delivered by two of our immigration lawyers, Jaspal Basra and Naomi Compton, the webinar is the perfect opportunity to get an update on the latest changes, with scope to comment or ask questions. It is part of our developing suite of webinars on aspects of immigration law and policy.

    Who should attend?
    Suitable for HR managers, recruitment/resourcing professionals, and in-house lawyers within a higher education setting.

    Please note that registration for each webinar will close when the webinar starts, so please do ensure you have booked your place in advance to guarantee your attendance.

    REGISTER HERE

    Please be aware that places for this seminar are limited and may get over subscribed. Our clients get priority over non clients but we will endeavour to increase capacity where we can to allow all those who wish to attend a place. Where we are heavily oversubscribed we will limit places to one or two people per organisation so please liaise with your team and decide who will represent your organisation before registering.

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