Caring for Humanity holds a UK Sponsor Licence under the Skilled Worker/Charity Worker Route, which enables employment of skilled workers from outside the United Kingdom.
Before beginning the application process, we strongly suggest candidates to read and comprehend the procedures and conditions prior to the application process.
Prospective candidates should not make payment to any individual or agent presenting themselves as affiliated to Caring for Humanity. Caring for Humanity will NOT take any responsibility for any individual that is scammed by such agents.
The Certificate of Sponsorship, Application Forms, and Referrals are all FREE of charge from Caring for Humanity. The cost of the Immigration Surcharge and Certificate of Sponsorship is fully covered by Caring for Humanity In other words, we do not charge for anything. We also do not charge for training. The sole payment required is the solicitor’s fee, which must be made after all necessary steps have been taken for our counsel to complete and submit your COS.
Since the Home Office processes and issues visas, the decision to grant a visa ultimately depends on whether applicants successfully meet the Home Office requirements. Before beginning the application process, candidates are highly encouraged to conduct the essential research.
Any person or business that charges potential candidates for referring them to Caring for Humanity will be subject to appropriate legal action if Caring for Humanity learns that a candidate has failed to disclose any criminal history or that they have given false or misleading information once the candidate has advanced past the stage of beginning the online training. This is thought to be fraudulent.
Our recruitment process can take up to 12 weeks.
If you have not heard from the Recruitment Team after 3 days from submitting your application, please consider your application as unsuccessful. There is no need for you to follow up on your application.