Cover in the absence of an adviser: OISC practice note
- Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner
- Part of:
- Guidance and practice notes for registered immigration advisers and Immigration and borders
- 5 December 2016
- Last updated:
- 24 April 2017, see all updates
Practice note on the arrangements registered organisations should make to cover for an authorised adviser's absence.
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This practice note from the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) explores the arrangements registered organisations should make to cover for an authorised adviser’s absence, including planned and unplanned absences and an adviser’s inability to work. It also explains the steps an organisation must take to protect its clients when closing its business.
This practice note includes guidance on:
- holiday or other planned absence
- long term sickness and unplanned extended absences
- closing a practice
Published: 5 December 2016
Updated: 24 April 2017
- Practice note and HTML developed
- First published.