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  • UK Tier 1 (General) visas
    This is a closed UK immigration category, however migrants who hold this leave to remain or applying for a ILR including switching to other categories can discuss in this forum.
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    Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:29 am
  • UK Tier 1 (Investor) visas
    UK Tier 1 Investor Visa has gone through a reform including relevant changes following the Statement of Changes announced. The application requires a person to demonstrate that they have £2,000,000 investment funds & the
    be able to prove that the money belongs to either you or your husband, wife, unmarried or same-sex partner.
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  • UK Tier 1 (Innovator) Visa
    This is the new introduced immigration category since April 2019 and is the replace of the Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa. In this forum, discussion relates to the new category as well as the UK Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa.
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    Thu Apr 21, 2016 11:43 am
  • UK Tier 1 (Post-Study Work) visas
    This is a closed immigration category but following Brexit, discussions are under going to bring this category back into the UK Immigration Law. Students and Tier 4 migrants in the UK can discuss about the requirement of re-opening the category and the benefits of holding a 2 years permit free employment visas.
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  • UK Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) visas
    The category is broken down into 2 parts. You can apply to be endorsed as a recognised leader (exceptional talent) or an emerging leader (exceptional promise). This is a 5 years work permit granted. Discussion about various endorsing bodies, such as Tech Nation and the criterias to be met can be discussed here.
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    Fri Apr 22, 2016 2:05 pm
  • UK Tier 2 (Employer Sponsored) visas
    Tier 2 General visas are sponsored work permit. There are other categories within Tier 2, that a migrant can apply for a visa to come and work in the UK. This includes those coming as a Tier 2 ICT holders as well as Sports person, Minister of Religion and various other skilled work visas.
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    Wed Feb 20, 2019 11:24 am
  • UK Tier 4 (Student) visas
    Students wishing to study in the UK, can discuss from sponsorship to choosing a licence educational provider and switching within categories. There are a number of related changes and is one of the most complex based visa categories due to the continuous changes to the category applied by the UK Home Office.
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    by rayonrashid View the latest post
    Wed Feb 27, 2019 8:29 am
  • UK Tier 5 (Temporary Work) visas
    The temporary work visas which permits a migrant to undertake skilled work as a graduate to temporary work visas and allowing a migrant to gain relevant work experience.

    Tier 5 (Temporary Worker) has six subcategories: Creative and sporting - for people coming to the United Kingdom to work or perform as sports people, entertainers or creative artists. Charity workers – for people coming to the United Kingdom to do voluntary work and not paid work for a charity.

    Religious workers – for people coming to the United Kingdom to work as religious workers, such as non-pastoral duties. People looking to fill roles which include preaching or pastoral work should consider applying for a Minister of Religion visa (Tier 2).

    Government authorised exchange – for people coming to the United Kingdom through approved schemes that aim to share knowledge, experience and best practice. International agreement – for people coming to the United Kingdom under contract to provide a service that is covered under international law. Seasonal Workers: is a two-year pilot route beginning in Spring 2019, enabling employers in the edible horticulture sector to access seasonal workers, via an approved scheme operator.
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    Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:07 am
  • UK Spouse Visa
    Discussions about spouse visas, marriage visas and fiance visas to the UK.
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    Sat May 18, 2019 4:18 am
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