I submit my time sheet to my recruiting agency, they submit it to the umbrella company. The umbrella company receives my salary from another consulting firm who are being tasked for this by my employer.Please let me know if you require any further clarifications.
Thanks for the detailed reply. I understand that third part sponsoring is not possible. What I am looking for considering your expertise in this field is suggestions from on possibilities, if any, out there for me to get the sponsorship after my PSW. So that I can discuss this with my employer and see what can be done.
The home office states that
"If you are a sponsor that wants to employ a migrant worker who has been supplied to you by an employment agency or business, you can only assign a certificate of sponsorship (CoS) if:a) you have full responsibility for deciding the duties, functions and outcomes, or outputs of the job the migrant is doing; and b) you are responsible for agreeing the migrant’s salary, and for paying that salary to the migrant"
Lets say my recruiting agency can meet the above said criteria, then is it possible for my agency to sponsor my visa? Which I think is a possibility, like that if there are any, I would like to know, so that I can present them to my employer and agency to see what can be done to safeguard my employment.
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