Landlords are being asked to check the migration status of their tenants
(PRWEB UK) 13 November 2013
It has been reported in Expat Forum that the changes will also make it easier to remove those without rights to be in the country. Landlords are being asked to check the migration status of their tenants and driving licence applicants will also face checks before licences are issued. Temporary migrants, for example students studying abroad with a time limited status, will also be asked to make a contribution to the National Health Service.
Speaking of the new bill, Home Secretary Theresa May explains that “those who play by the rules and work hard do not want to see businesses gaining an unfair advantage through the exploitation of illegal labour.”
Renowned for their dedication to the industry, Interdean take a natural interest in all changes within the industry. Offering free worldwide visa assistance and immigrations advice, a representative from the firm shares their thoughts on the impact the alterations have on expats.
“It’s good to see that plans are in place to ensure that those who follow the rules and enter the country legally have priority over those who don’t. The impending changes shouldn’t have too much of an effect of expats currently in, or planning to join the UK, but those confused about the adjustments are more than welcome to seek our advice on the matter.”
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