Legal update: Changes to right to work checks

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The REC helps answer questions over right to work checks for non-UK nationals.

In January this year, the Home Office made some key changes regarding how right to work checks can be completed for non-UK nationals by both employers and recruiters. The Home Office guidance contains two significant updates:

  • Employers and recruiters are now able to use the Home Office’s new online right to work checker to establish their statutory excuse to...

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