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Work Permit Visa


The second tier of the new points based UK immigration service replaced UK work permits and applies to medium and highly skilled workers wishing to immigrate to the UK who have an offer from a UK sponsoring company in place.

We will supervise your application from start to finish and will give you a Tier 2 Work Permit Visa, guaranteeing you that you need not apply over and over and you will get your visa in the very first attempt.

 

Particular requirements for Tier 2 Work Permit Visa:

In order to qualify for a Tier 2 Work Permit, you'll need a minimum of 50 points. Tier 2 Work Permit points are awarded for the following:

Qualifications

PhD = 15 points

Masters Degree = 10 points

Bachelor degree = 10 points

NVQ level 3 = 5 points

Prospective earnings

£24,000+ = 20 points

£22,000 to £23,999 = 15 points

£20,000 to £21,999 = 10 points

£17,000 to £19,999 = 5 points

Level of Demand

Non-shortage positions = 30 points

Shortage positions = 50 points

 

We will assist you in such a way:

Your immigration matter will be treated with following few steps in order to complete your UK Tier 2 Work Permit Visa application capably:

We need your pre-application, where we will make certain that we receive the accurate documents to build up your case stronger

The completion of your Tier 2 Work Permit application

Submission of your Tier 2 Work Permit application

Contact you with the confirmation of your Tier 2 Work Permit

 Once you’re entered in the UK:

Tier 2 Work Permits can last for as little as one day but no longer than five years depending on the time frame specified by the sponsoring company

You could then become a permanent resident if you work in the UK for five years with a Tier 2 Work Permit you can then apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain for more long term residence in the UK.
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