What we do


                                                                                                         “Our business is all about supporting yours”


At Jonah & Thompson Law we offer strategic advice on a full range of corporate immigration matters. We understand that UK immigration law can seem daunting and bewildering; our business is all about supporting you through all corporate immigration matters. We offer tailored advice and guidance to help clients through the entire complexities of sponsored employment, whether it is application for sponsorship licence, obtaining a certificate of sponsorship or work permit and visa. We place our clients’ needs at the heart of what we do; we will support you throughout the process.


Sponsor Licence and Tier 2


We specialise in making sponsor licence applications for businesses that are recruiting non-EEA nationals.   We will prepare the application and provide ongoing support throughout the application process.  We also prepare and submit Tier 2 work permits for your employees. We will advice on the measures that would need to be put in place to ensure that you comply with your ongoing tier 2 sponsorship obligations.  


Immigration audit and Human resources support


All UK employers have an obligation, to prevent illegal working. The Home Office at some stage will most certainly visit businesses to ensure that they are fully compliant with the law on prevention of illegal working.  At Jonah & Thompson our experts are at hand to ensure that you have the systems and human resources practices in place to enable you to meet your employer’s legal responsibilities towards the prevention of illegal working as well as other related immigration laws. Our audit service is designed to meet your business needs, you may elect to outsource the compliance to ourselves or we can offer ongoing support to your human resources department to ensure that you are fully compliant and avoid fines as a result of non-compliance.


Compliance training


We can provide you with in-house immigration compliance training.  Our course covers all aspect of UK immigration law. We deliver bespoke training and workshops to meet your organisational and immigration requirements.  


The course details:

1.Understanding Business Immigration law

2.Categories of permission  

3.Developing internal documentation and processes

4.How to conduct right to work checks

5.How to remain compliant with the employer’s legal responsibility towards the prevention of illegal working.

6.Forgery detection techniques




As of the 1st of February 2016 it is now a legal requirement that landlords in England must check that any tenant living or moving into their properties has a ‘right to rent.’ Landlords, who are found in breach of the rules, will be liable for a civil penalty of up to £3000 per illegal tenant in occupation and or a possible criminal sanction. Our experts understand the impact of a breach of the right to rent can have on Landlords and Estate Agencies. Needless to say, the stakes are high with civil penalties and possible criminal penalties.   Our ‘Right to Rent’ checks service provides you with protection against the levying of hefty civil sanctions or possible criminal sanctions. Our specialist ‘Right to Rent Team’, are on hand to offer expert advice if you are unsure of your obligation when looking to enter into residential tenancy with an individual.  Our experts will ensure that you understand your new obligations so that you do not fall foul of this new law. We will provide administrative support by conducting the full checks on your behalf. All our ‘Right to Rent Checks’ are conduct by Immigration law accredited professional.  We will check the veracity of all the immigration status documents of all tenants.  Interview the tenants on your behalf, creating a right to rent compliance file for each tenant, and we will remind you when future checks are due.





At Jonah & Thompson law we the experience to advise you on the most appropriate category of visa for your circumstances and have the insight to make the process as smooth as possible.




Naturalisation as a British Citizen

Registration as a British Citizen

Confirmation of British Nationality Status




Family Members application for entry clearance, leave to enter or leave to remain, indefinite leave to remain:

Partners (which now includes fiancé(e)s, proposed civil partners, spouses, civil partners and unmarried partners—including same-sex partnersf

Other dependent relatives

Family Life as a parent under the five year route

ILR applications 10 year lawful residence route




General visitor




Notifying the Home Office of a change of address

Extension of Temporary Admission

Application for permission to work

Travel document applications for someone granted humanitarian Protection/ Exceptional leave to Remain




Family permit for non- EU/ EEA national

Residence Permit for non- EU/EEA national

Registration Certificate for EU/EEA National



What we do