Does your immigration compliance process stand up to scrutiny? – Are you concerned about the risk of employing people on fake documentation? Would you like to improve your controls around your Right to Work on-boarding process? Do you want a process that is robust and inline with current Home Office guidance?
The fines involved are one thing (£20,000 per illegal) and there’s also a risk of imprisonment too (up to 5 years). New legislation passed in May also made illegal working a criminal offence. What could be the impact to your business for a simple clerical/administration error? Most companies are less interested in fines but rather focus on the potential reputational loss should illegal workers be found. It’s always interesting to find out what your concerns are, please do let us know.
uComply’s solution uAuthenticate can help you find illegal workers. It’s a simple to use wizard driven software combined with state of the art scanners just like the ones used at border crossings. Our solution is backed up by a world renown document library and includes built-in Home Office Right to Work Guidance. With the number of fake documents in circulation increasing every day the risks of an illegal especially in the “blue collar” sector are up too. Consider it to be like having your own dedicated inspector on tap to check immigration documents like passports, id cards, visas and biometric cards. All this protection without having to pay a premium for the privilege.
Immigration compliance should be a simple and inexpensive process. It makes sense to alleviate any impact that a simple administrative error to your business both from a financial and reputational standpoint doesn’t it?
For those attending at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Great Queen Street – why not pop by and say hello. For those who can’t make it why not contact us on 01707800840 or send us an email using email@example.com, we’d love to hear from you.