You can apply for renewal of sponsor licence normally within a month before the expiry of the sponsor licnece. A sponsor licence is normally granted by the Home Office UKVI for a period of 4 years and the Authorising Officer of the business holding the sponsor licence should apply online to renew the sponsor licence every 4 years. As a result of a successful application, the Home Office UKVI will renew sponsor licence for a further period of 4 years.

Our sponsor licence solicitos specialists in dealing with applications for renewal of sponsor licence. As one of the best sponsor licence solicitors, our expert team of solicitors has wealth of knowledge and experience to provide fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee sponsor licence renewal services. We have successfully helped thousands of sponsors with the renewal of their sponsor licence. The high quality of our sponsor licence services is self-evident from the reviews of our clients about the excellent legal services provided by our specialist immigration lawyers.

Need help and assistance with the renewal of sponsor licence? Contact our expert team of sponsor licence solicitors in LondonManchester and Birmingham for fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee immigration services for renewal of your sponsor licence. Ask a question to our sponsor licence specialists for free immigration advice concerning your application for renewal of sponsor licence.

When Can I Apply For Renewal Of Sponsor Licence?

You can normally apply for renewal of sponsor licence one month before the expiry of your current sponsor licence. The Home Office UKVI will normally send you a few reminders by email about the expiry of the licence prompting you to apply for the renewal of the sponsor licence. You should apply for the renewal of the sponsor licence in a timely manner otherwise your licence may expire and you may have to apply for a new application for the sponsor licence and go through the entire process of getting the sponsor licence again.

How To Apply For Sponsor Licence?

An application for the renewal of the sponsor licence is made online using the SMS Login details provided by the Home Office UKVI.

How Can We Help With Renewal Of Sponsor Licence?

Our sponsor licence specialists can provide all the required help and guidance for renewal of your sponsor licence and carry out all the work until decision is made by the Home Office UKVI on the sponsor licence renewal application. As part of our professional legal services for sponsor licence renewal, our work will entail the following:

  • Advising you on the relevant criteria for the renewal of the sponsor licence;
  • Advising on the relevant procedures to be followed for sponsor licence renewal;
  • Helping you with the completion of the online form for renewal of the sponsor licence;
  • Helping with payment of the Home Office UKVI fee for the renewal of the sponsor licence;
  • Assisting you with Home Office Compliance visit, if the Home Office UKVI decides to conduct a compliance visit before deciding the sponsor licence renewal application;
  • Doing all the follow-up work until decision is reached on sponsor licence renewal application by the Home Office, UKVI.

Our Fees For Sponsor Licence Renewal

Our fees for professional services relating to the renewal of sponsor licence are given in the fee table below:

Our Service Our Fee
Full Help With Application For renewal of sponsor licence From £500 + VAT To £800 + VAT
Help With Home Office Compliance Visit From £500 + VAT To £800 + VAT

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