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is there any penalty for a UK landlord (who lives in the premises)

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is there any penalty for a UK landlord (who lives in the premises) if a foreign (non-EU) tenant who is in the UK with a tourist visa gets a job although he does not have a work visa?

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No. Landlords are not required by law to verify a person's immigration status. There are penalties in place for employers if they employ a worker without checking there status, but not for landlords.

It's not really advisable though, simply because they are more likely than not to abscond because of their status and lack of ties to the UK.

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