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    Quote Originally Posted by stek View Post
    I've explained it several times already, suspect your just waiting for the answer you want.
    Well, seems i just need clarity. There is not particular answer I want. What is wrong if they complete RLMT and i am on their payroll? I didn't get the illegality part. If i get a contract and assign it to them. Is that illegal?

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    It would be easier to apply for a permie role over here, but again you would probably be required to attend interviews in person even if you initally have a telephone interview

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtnkathuria View Post
    Well, seems i just need clarity. There is not particular answer I want. What is wrong if they complete RLMT and i am on their payroll?
    You seem to want other posters to say this is a legal way of working for an agency/consultancy. It isn't.

    There are ways of working in the UK legally but they involve being taken on as a permanent employee and the employer finding you the work NOT the other way round.

    Quote Originally Posted by jtnkathuria View Post
    I didn't get the illegality part. If i get a contract and assign it to them. Is that illegal?
    Yes.

    Read the previous posts again and take time to understand them. You risk being banned from the UK for 10 years if you go down the current route you are pursuing.
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    Dear Mods

    Can you please move this post into General, so that NLUK and a few others can reply without being banned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    You seem to want other posters to say this is a legal way of working for an agency/consultancy. It isn't.

    There are ways of working in the UK legally but they involve being taken on as a permanent employee and the employer finding you the work NOT the other way round.



    Yes.

    Read the previous posts again and take time to understand them. You risk being banned from the UK for 10 years if you go down the current route you are pursuing.
    Sorry if you guys think so. I didn't have any of that intention.
    I get if i do anything illegal what are the consequences but is there is no harm understanding what things can lead to that, right?

    thank you all for the suggestions.

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    You cannot do what you intend doing - it is not legal.

    You can only get sponsored by the END client, not the Agency. If there any agencies telling you otherwise, then it is not likely that they are telling you the truth, since as long as they can get money from you, they don't care...

    I am sorry that it is has taken so long to answer you without adding to your confusion, which seems to multiply every time someone gives you the answer that you don't like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtnkathuria View Post
    Sorry if you guys think so. I didn't have any of that intention.
    I get if i do anything illegal what are the consequences but is there is no harm understanding what things can lead to that, right?

    thank you all for the suggestions.
    You may not like the answers, but they're entirely truthful according to the law as it stands.

    What you want to do is against the law and if you do attempt it I sincerely hope you're caught at it. The law is there for a reason, trying to circumvent it can and should lead to circumstances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie Wonder Boy View Post
    1. You won't have a contract anymore.
    2. The Agency will get a big fine and there will be a high probability you won't get paid for the work you have done. Getting your money will nearly be impossible - See 4. On a side note even if you don't get caught the agency may just decide not to pay your last invoice anyway. What are you going to do about it - See 4.
    3. You won't be able to pay your bills; thus ruining any chance of getting credit in the UK in the future.
    4. They will invite you to leave the country and they will flag up your passport as visa abuser.
    5. Next time you try to enter the UK they won't let you in.

    You are setting yourself up for a massive fail.
    on 2. they could equally well never pay you and see how long they can delay payment and then skip straight to 4....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scruff View Post
    You cannot do what you intend doing - it is not legal.

    You can only get sponsored by the END client, not the Agency. If there any agencies telling you otherwise, then it is not likely that they are telling you the truth, since as long as they can get money from you, they don't care...

    I am sorry that it is has taken so long to answer you without adding to your confusion, which seems to multiply every time someone gives you the answer that you don't like.
    Quote Originally Posted by TykeMerc View Post
    You may not like the answers, but they're entirely truthful according to the law as it stands.

    What you want to do is against the law and if you do attempt it I sincerely hope you're caught at it. The law is there for a reason, trying to circumvent it can and should lead to circumstances.
    I reiterate, i do not want to do anything. I just came here for information. Hope you get it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie Wonder Boy View Post
    1. You won't have a contract anymore.
    2. The Agency will get a big fine and there will be a high probability you won't get paid for the work you have done. Getting your money will nearly be impossible - See 4. On a side note even if you don't get caught the agency may just decide not to pay your last invoice anyway. What are you going to do about it - See 4.
    3. You won't be able to pay your bills; thus ruining any chance of getting credit in the UK in the future.
    4. They will invite you to leave the country and they will flag up your passport as visa abuser.
    5. Next time you try to enter the UK they won't let you in.

    You are setting yourself up for a massive fail.
    Thanks for the warning Stevie.

    Guys. I respectfully thank you for your insights but somehow why everyone is pounding on me? To be really frank, it is flaw in UKBA process that these companies get A-rating for sponsorship. I just came here to do the homework and inquiry. Seems i am done with it. I hope next time if someone comes for some questions spirits remain good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtnkathuria View Post
    I reiterate, i do not want to do anything. I just came here for information. Hope you get it.



    Thanks for the warning Stevie.

    Guys. I respectfully thank you for your insights but somehow why everyone is pounding on me? To be really frank, it is flaw in UKBA process that these companies get A-rating for sponsorship. I just came here to do the homework and inquiry. Seems i am done with it. I hope next time if someone comes for some questions spirits remain good.
    What exactly does an A-rating mean and who creates those ratings. I can't imagine UKBA offers ratings by company (Ministerial heads would roll if they did) so where is this A-rating coming from?
    merely at clientco for the entertainment

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