OTS Success In Sponsor Licence for Wholesale Suppliers of Subscription Drugs

Solicitor – Teni Shahiean


Teni was instructed by a wholesale company which supplied subscription drugs to doctors and pharmacies who wanted to hire a non-EEA national and therefore required a UK Sponsor Licence.

How we helped

Teni took the time to meet with the client and discuss their immigration requirements.  She quickly established that there were no ‘red flags’ that may cause the Home Office to refuse to grant the Sponsor Licence.  Practices that may result in an application for a Sponsor Licences being rejected include:

  • failure to file company accounts
  • failure to keep adequate employee records
  • prior or ongoing investigations by the regulator responsible for their sector

Our solicitors ensure that as part of this due diligence process, any potential problems with obtaining a Sponsor Licence are identified and dealt with swiftly.

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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