If you come today to my Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa Blog, I believe you think about applying for this visa route to live and work in the United Kingdom. Or, perhaps, you have already lived here but want to switch from Tier 2 (or other visas) to this unique and prestige visa. It is a revolutionary idea that will change your life completely.
And I hope my talent visa blog will help you to understand what to do and more important – what not to do – to make your visa application right. This life advice based entirely on my own experience and my free help to people (the same potential applicants in the past) who wrote to me one day. At the same time, I need to highlight a fundamental question.
Please, read the sentences below very carefully and attentively:
- I am not an OISC regulated immigration adviser and not providing neither immigration advice nor immigration services according to Section 82 of The Immigration and Asylum Act 1999.
- My personal opinions expressed here do not reflect the views of UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) or Home Office, Tech City UK, Tech Nation or any other authority (or employee thereof).
- Additionally, I will do my best to provide accurate and updated information here. But, please, do not blame me, actively use Google and double-check for interesting facts.
Also, I have duplicated my disclaimer below on every page of my blog. I want to assure you of my status, so we will not have any misunderstandings in the future.
Good luck with your Tech Nation Visa application and let me know if you still have any questions.
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