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News / New modern slavery offences sentencing guidelines published

12-08-2021 / Employment & Immigration, Regulatory Solutions

The Sentencing Guidelines Council has today published the first sentencing guidelines for offences under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA).

Modern slavery

Insights / 'Fire and rehire' in the spotlight: ACAS report on dismissal and re-engagement

15-07-2021 / Employment & Immigration

What is “fire and re-hire”?

News / Ince Senior Immigration Consultant Marta Mendiondo speaks to ABC on the EU Settlement Scheme deadline

02-07-2021 / Employment & Immigration

Our Senior Immigration Consultant, Marta Mendiondo, spoke to ABC, one of Spain’s biggest selling newspapers, regarding the deadline of the EU Settlement Scheme.


News / EU Settlement Scheme: New guidance for excess absences and paper forms available to download online

16-06-2021 / Employment & Immigration

The Home Office has changed its approach to excess absences and will now admit periods exceeding 12 months for Covid-related reasons.

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Insights / The Future of the UK post-Brexit/post-pandemic: Alan Platt

11-05-2021 / Employment & Immigration

Alan Platt, our Consultant Director of Immigration at Ince, runs you through some of the available immigration routes into the United Kingdom.

Insights / UK Immigration Route - Young Professionals Scheme

06-05-2021 / Employment & Immigration

The UK Government has recently announced a new immigration route, known as the Young Professionals Scheme. This scheme provides the opportunity for a significant number of young Indian professionals to work in the UK for up to two years.

News / Your future in the UK post-Brexit and post-Covid 19: what you need to know

08-04-2021 / Employment & Immigration, Tax

Over the last twelve months, the United Kingdom (UK) like the rest of the world, has seen the COVID -19 pandemic impact hugely on our ability to travel freely, to relocate for business, work, investment and education. We now see some light at the end of the tunnel with the UK’s mass immunisation programme which has seen infection (and thankfully) mortality levels fall dramatically. This is finally giving people hope for the future, resulting in renewed interest in the UK as a safe place to live, to invest in, and as somewhere to educate their children.

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