Obtaining a Sponsor Licence is a fast and guaranteed way of solving the acute recruitment crisis currently being experienced within the UK dental sector. Being able to offer sponsorship to overseas dentists and hygienists widens the available pool of talent, allowing you to bring in the dental professionals that you need.
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White Rose Visas has had the privilege of assisting numerous dentists, dental practices, and dental recruiters over the last 10 years.
We are happy to manage the process of applying for a Sponsor Licence on your behalf. As such, we will:
We can then take over ongoing Sponsor License responsibilities. We offer a Sponsor Premium Support Package which enables you to satisfy Home Office requirements on an ongoing basis, with no hassle or risk to you.
As a Sponsor, White Rose Visas has successfully helped me with eight applications over the last five years. The team delivers an effective and reliable service. Their Senior Immigration Adviser, Ms Kim Day, is friendly and responsive and has guided me with the application process with meticulous precision so that each application has been easy and stress free. I am more than happy to recommend White Rose Visas to help potential Sponsors complete the complicated visa application process in an efficient and timely manner. If you are thinking of employing dentists from overseas then White Rose Visas would be a good place to start.
We highly recommend using White Rose Visas to other companies. As a dental company White Rose Visas has thoroughly helped us out getting sponsorships and visas set up for many of our dentists and hygienists over the years. They are professional, helpful and responsive to any queries we have as they are easy to get hold of on the phone and are quick at responding to emails. We have seen a great retention in the staff that we have recruited using WRV and we will continue to use their services in the future especially as we grow.
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