UK Work Permit

The United Kingdom offers various immigration programs under a multi-tier system which includes entrepreneurs, investors, temporary workers, exceptional talent, general, graduate entrepreneurs, intra-company transfer, etc. However, we would like to share about the programs that we offer to our clients and before that, we would like to share a glimpse of the United Kingdom:

The Work Visa categories have been divided into the following subcategories:-

Tier 1 Visa – High-value migrants

This category is for exceptionally talented applicants and highly skilled workers who wish to come and live in the UK without any job offer or sponsorship. The following are considered as high valued migrants: innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, highly skilled individuals, and post-graduates in the UK. Some of the categories that fall under this are Global Talent Visa, Innovator Visa, Entrepreneur Visa and Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP).

Tier 2 Work Permit for Skilled Workers

Applicants with a skilled job offer in the UK, e.g. doctors, engineers, management consultants, social workers, accountants etc. Prospective employers of these applicants should be willing to sponsor them. Categories like Skilled Worker Visa (replacing Tier 2 General-, Tier 2 (Minister of religion), Tier 2 (Sportsperson), and Tier 2 (Intra-company transfer), fall under this heading.

Temporary workers

This visa category is designed to allow temporary workers to come to the United Kingdom to undertake short-term and temporary work. Temporary workers include Creative and Sporting, Charity, Religious, Government Authorised Exchange and International Agreement.

Other Categories

Applicants can also come and work in the UK as a domestic worker; as the sole representative of an overseas firm (only extension); as a representative of an overseas newspaper, news agency, or broadcasting organization, or on a BNO visa, on an Ancestry visa or High Potential Individual visa or on Youth Mobility Scheme visa routes. These categories are non-point based.

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