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Delayed 'right to work' documentation

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Last updated on 16 May 2017
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How should we proceed when a staff member's 'right to work' documents are delayed? We relay advice on how to respond when an individual's right to work documentation is delayed. We look at how to check their immigration status and whether schools should re-recruit.

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  1. 1 Checking an employee's immigration status 
  2. 2 If status is not confirmed before start date

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