Question: “My endorsement for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa was denied this week and I have requested for a review. Do you think the review will succeed, knowing that same competent body Tech Nation will do the review? Is any bias in the Endorsement Review by Tech Nation? Thanks, Johnson”
Answer: “Hi Johnson. Thank you for sharing your situation and asking your question.
Yes, unlucky applicants who don’t get their Endorsement can apply for a review.
In brief, within our community of Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa Alumni, I know up to 10 people, who had a successful review after the Endorsement Review by Tech Nation. They went through the whole procedure of appeal. Finally, they got their Endorsement after the review.
Main aspects Endorsement Review by Tech Nation
There are a couple of key aspects of the review procedure that influence the decision:
- An applicant cannot attach any new documents or other proofs to his or her existing Tech Nation Visa application, which was not endorsed
- Endorsement Review is free of charge. You are entitled to get it upon your request. You need to submit a special form. As a result, you will get a decision within 14 days.
- Appeal for the non-Endorsement decision has its own time limits. The deadline is 28 days after the date of the unhappy email in the mailbox.
- Surely, the people, who are responsible for Review, were not involved in the initial process of Endorsement.
Knowing this, I am sure there is no conflict of interests between the Endorsement Panel and Reviewers. Hence, you can expect a fair and reasonable decision for your visa application.
Support with Tech Nation Visa
At the same time, remember, you are not alone. If you would like to have an in-depth consultation regarding Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa in Digital Technologies, ask lawyers. They can answer your question as well as give advice about this visa route. For example, you can contact A Y & J Solicitors. They constantly work with different requests from Global Talent Visa applicants during the last years.”
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