The job offer is one of the nicest reasons to apply for the Global Talent Visa. I mean if you already have it and just want to confirm your high-level expertise. However, can you still apply if you don’t have any job offer or internship in your horizon (and mailbox)? Do you have any chances to get Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa if you apply without a job offer? I got this question from one of my readers. Let’s think together about the answer.
Job offer in the UK
A job offer is an official invitation to join the company and work for the company, sent by a responsible person to you. In the most frequent cases, the person is an HR-specialist of the company.
Sometimes, if you work with a UK recruiting agency, they are authorised to write the details of job offer as well. In this case, the job offer is pretty much the same as the one sent by the company directly. For example, you will definitely have the title of your role, salary, address of office and working hours, etc.
If you have a job offer, even without accepting it – you can answer positively to the question. If you have just applied for a job, you must reply “No”.
Sadly, but application for a job in the UK is not a job offer.
If you are not sure how to explain your importance for the UK job market, don’t give up. Try to branistorm with your friend or write to me. Two heads are better than one.
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