Mauve Now Licensed to Sponsor Skilled Non-EU Workers in UK
Mauve UK Granted Tier 2 ICT License
Mauve Group is incredibly pleased to announce that our UK company Mauve Corporate Systems UK Ltd has been granted a Grade A Tier 2 Intra-Company Transfer License. This will allow us to provide immigration support for eligible non-EU workers coming into the UK.
If you or your worker is employed by a Mauve Group company and is qualified under the stipulations of the visa, we can apply for an Intra-Company Transfer for that worker to allow them to enter and begin working in the UK.
We are also able to apply for a general license for applicable workers who are not currently working for a Mauve company – once we have details of their job role and circumstance and have confirmed eligibility under Home Office requirements.
What is a Tier 2 Visa?
This is a type of working visa for the UK that permits non-EU nationals who have been offered a skilled job in the UK to enter and work. They must have sponsorship from a licensed UK company to do so and have been given a certificate of sponsorship from that company.
The maximum validity of the Tier 2 Visa is 5 years and 14 days, or the time given on the certificate of sponsorship plus one month – whichever is shorter. Applications can be made up to 3 months ahead of the job role start date, and decisions should take a maximum of three weeks.
There are certain eligibility requirements that must be fulfilled to apply for the Tier 2 visa, for example proof of the candidate’s knowledge of English, personal savings, appropriate salary amount and criminal record certificates.
For more information on the Tier 2 visa or to find out if you/your worker is eligible, please get in touch with our Immigration Specialists via the Contact Form. Allocations are limited so get in touch to avoid disappointment.
The information provided has been checked for accuracy as of the date of publication, and is intended as a general guide and for information purposes. It is subject to unanticipated and unexpected changes and does not constitute legal advice.