The Home Office recently suspended the sponsor licence of Chinese state-owned telecoms giant, ZTE following a routine compliance visit. The suspended licence was one used by overseas organisations to recruit foreign nationals to work in the UK. The Home Office stated ZTE had not fulfilled its duties.
Following government's pledge to reduce net migration figures to tens of thousands, the Home Office have stepped up inspections of premises of Tier 2 Sponsors.
What do the Home Office check when they visit?
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