OTS Success In Sponsor Licence Application for a Financial Technology Company

European Registered Lawyer – Dr Lusine Navasardyan – immigration law specialist and registered European lawyer

Background

Lusine was instructed by a financial technology company who wanted to hire an international student who was interning at the company but whose visa was soon to expire.

How we helped

Because the employee’s existing visa was due to expire, Lusine ensured that the application for the Sponsor Licence was expedited.  She was also extremely diligent in ensuring all the necessary documentation was collated and the application form was filled out correctly so no delays would be incurred.

Follow-up Support

Our client’s application is still pending.  Once it is approved, we will assist them with obtaining a Certificate of Sponsorship and ensuring they remain compliant with their sponsor obligations.

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