International Students’ Work Rights Legal Service
As an international student, how many hours can you work? What does ‘cash-in-hand’ mean? What is the minimum wage you should be paid?
Our International Students’ Work Rights Legal Service is a free, confidential and independent legal service, provided by employment lawyers, to help international students.
Students who have used this said:
- “I really appreciate that you are supporting people like me who [feel like we don’t] have protection against the big companies, it is really important.”
- “I don't know how [to show] my appreciation to you… If it were not for you, I would have gone back to my country.”
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