Global Visa help questions

Readers ask many questions about Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa

Please, pay your attention that Talent Visa Help is not updated anymore. Starting from January 5, 2021, I don't proofread drafts of Personal Statements, Letters of Recommendation or any supporting documents. Also, I do not answer individual questions either via email or Linkedin. For more details, go to the Global Talent Visa Help Updates.

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The primary audience of my readers is future applicants for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa. Almost every day I get questions about Global Visa help. I try to do my best and share my own story with them. As well as, my opinion about their situation. Hence, I decided to share with you one more email with questions and my answers to them. I hope it will be useful and will prevent you from mistakes or misunderstandings.

Global Visa Help Request

Question: “Hi Andrii,

1. With this VISA, can the dependent also work in the UK?

2. In the ten supporting documents, can I provide documents like certifications and in certification? Are four different certifications separate four supporting documents?

3. Can Youtube channel be one of the supporting document? Can WordPress blog be a supporting document?

4. If the application doesn’t get endorsed then if I re-apply with some additional certifications and credentials but in this case, can the same two recommendations letters be used which were used in the first place?

Your help is highly appreciated!

Reader of Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa (Global Talent Visa) Blog

Question about Global Talent Visa dependent

Your dependent (wife or partner) can work on a full-time basis with Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa. They will have Exceptional Talent Partner Visa, which provides an appropriate right for this. 

Please, read more details about Global Talent Visa dependants and their rights on the Home Office website.

Question about Supporting Documents

Yes, four different certifications will be considered as four various supporting documents. The total amount of A4 pages has to be ten.

However, you can do a small trick. Make a double-side certificate. As a result, on the first side, you will have one certificate. On the second side – another certificate. Hence, with your total number of four certificates, you will have just two double-sided pages. Instead of four one-sided.

In this case, you can name your supporting document “Certificates about Education (or whatever)” – 2 pages. 

You can use both Youtube Channel and WordPress blog as supporting documents. But you have to know the reality. If you have 31 subscribers or 125 readers – these links will not be relevant. It would help if you had an army :). I mean at least a couple of hundreds of people who are interested in your blogging or vlogging. Otherwise, you will not impress the Tech Nation with provided supporting document. 

Question about Global Visa rejection

There is not enough evidence to say “Yes” or “No” to your question No. 4.

First of all, I try to think logically. If you will be rejected and will not get your Endorsement, you will have feedback on the reason why that happened.

I mean, you will see the circumstances that had a negative influence on the decision. For example, if Tech Nation will point on Letter of Recommendation as a problem, then go there. You must change them for the next fresh visa application. However, if your rejection will be based on different circumstances – your letters might be appropriate so you can use them.

The main point – the Letters of Recommendation have to be issued not later than a year before you apply for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa. I hope my thoughts were useful to you.

Other Global Visa Help Questions

As you see – I am happy to share my knowledge with any reader. But I am not a professional lawyer, so I am telling you only a point of view as an experienced recipient of Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa.

If you still have any particular questions about Global Talent Visa – let me know. I will do my best to share my knowledge with you.

Please, pay your attention that Talent Visa Help is not updated anymore. Starting from January 5, 2021, I don't proofread drafts of Personal Statements, Letters of Recommendation or any supporting documents. Also, I do not answer individual questions either via email or Linkedin. For more details, go to the Global Talent Visa Help Updates.

Please, donate to this page if Talent Visa Help was useful for you.

Talent Visa Help has been created for informational purpose and is not an official guidance for Global Talent Visa (Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa) application.

Talent Visa Help should not be used as a substitute for the official Tech Nation Guideline or Home Office Guideline. Talent Visa Help is NOT linked either with Tech Nation or Home Office. The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the texts belong solely to the authors at Talent Visa Help. The contents of Talent Visa Help do not constitute legal advice and authors accept no liability for the accuracy of information provided. Applicants should always consult the official governmental guidance and seek professional immigration advice where appropriate.

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Author: Andrii Seleznov

TalentVisaHelp is an independent project to help more talents and promises to come to the United Kingdom. This project is created by Andrii Seleznov, Tier 1 Exceptional Promise visa recipient and Tech Nation Visa Ambassador in past. Andrii is an experienced entrepreneur, professional engineer and technical founder at Petiole. Additionally, Andrii is an Alumni Mentor at GIST Tech-I Competition and winner of local agritech Hackathons in Ukraine.

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