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Unrestricted right to work in the UK

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Last updated on 10 March 2017
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Who has an unrestricted right to work in the UK? This article refers to guidance from the Home Office on who has unrestricted right to work in the UK, and how to do right to work checks. It looks at what type of documents employers need to see, and at when checks were introduced.

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  1. 1 Who has an unrestricted right to work in the UK?
  2. 2 Carrying out right to work checks
  3. 3 What documents do we need to see?
  4. 4 Checks on long-standing employees

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