Thank you for registering with Faststream Recruitment Ltd.

This work seeker registration authorises us to seek work on your behalf in the industry sectors you have applied for, including sending your details to potential employers. If you no longer authorise us to work on your behalf in this way, please send written confirmation by contacting us.

To comply with UK recruitment agency, recruitment business and immigration legislation we are required to obtain from you and confidentially hold the following information:-

1. Proof of your identification
For example, your passport. For other acceptable forms of ID, please contact us.

2. Proof of your right to work
A copy of your visa/home office letter confirming your right to work in the countries you have requested to work in (if applicable).

3. Two written (professional) references
References must be company headed and confirm your name, job title and dates of employment. Alternatively, please ask your referees to complete and return a reference form (download one here) or provide details to us so that we may contact them. Please note that we will require your written permission before obtaining a reference for your current employer. All references will be requested immediately prior to any client interviews being arranged.

4. A copy of your highest achieved qualifications
Please include any professional memberships or qualifications that you are required to hold by law in the job you are applying for.

Please provide the above information by hand, post, or email and please be advised that non-receipt will delay the recruitment process including interviews and employment start dates.

If you have already received this notification and sent us all relevant documentation, please ignore this request.

Faststream Recruitment is a member of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation and aims to provide an excellent standard of service to all work seekers in-line with the REC Code of Professional Practice. If you are dissatisfied with the service that you have received please contact us in the first instance so that we may address your concerns.

We look forward to working with you.

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