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Data, Freedom of Information releases and corporate reports
29 November 2022 — Corporate report
Publication of OISC Annual Report and Accounts
13 October 2022 — Guidance
Details on how to become a registered immigration adviser including the ‘new’ Level 1 assessment, the online competence assessments and associated OISC forms.
1 March 2022 — News story
Resources to watch, download and use such as our awareness posters available in nineteen languages.
3 November 2020 — Collection
Contains statutory guidance (including 2020 update) on providing immigration advice / services and the application forms you may require after initial approval.
1 April 2022 — Guidance
Guidance for the Community and Voluntary Sector registering with the OISC as well as information on the new EU Settlement Scheme registration
27 August 2021 — Collection
Information designed to provide consumers with the facts they need to make the best choice with regards to immigration advice and services
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Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) regulates immigration advisers; ensuring they are fit, competent and act in their clients’ best interests
OISC is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Home Office.
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