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Employment tribunal bites off more than it can chew in right to work case

17 July 2018 John Vassiliou Personal Immigration

A case involving a Domino’s Pizza employment appeal tribunal has highlighted the complexities that exist within immigration laws in the UK.

Mr Afzal was an employee of Domino’s Pizza with his immigration status document due to expire while employed by them. A manager at the company asked Mr Afzal to provide an updated copy of the document in order to stay employed at the company.

After sending an email copy of the document a day late, with a file that would not open, Mr Afzal was dismissed with no right to appeal. He was eventually offered a new position, but one lower than he had previously occupied.

The dismissal was ultimately found to be unlawful and it was found the employee should have been offered the right to appeal.

For a more in depth look at the case and the complexities surrounding it, read more here.

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