Every day the topic how do I get Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa and move to London becomes hotter. Particularly, for non-EU citizens from developing countries. I get tons of questions on each aspect of this long, but interesting process. This is a reason why I decided to write about this life-changing experience in details. I hope it will help you with your Global Talent Visa application too.Continue reading “How do I get Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa and move to London?”
You must attach a CV or Resume for Global Talent Visa application. Is it the same as your resume on LinkedIn? Or CV for job hunting? What is the difference between CV and Resume?Continue reading “10 secrets of CV / Resume for Global Talent Visa”
Proofreading of Personal Statement is always a big deal. In particular, when English is not the native language of Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa applicant. Then, the more eyes will see the draft and proofread it – the better.
Traditionally I do proofreading of Personal Statement from prospect Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa applicants to read and share my own opinion about their documents.
Today I decided to make one of my feedback public. The problems that I have found when proofreading of this Personal Statement, are quite frequent. As a result, I decided to publish it here too. That’s why more people will get an extra clue what to write in these incredibly important documents. Surely, all confidential information is anonymized.Continue reading “Proofreading Personal Statement: comments and ideas”
Personal Statement for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa (Global Talent Visa) hast to have 1,000 words. When counting characters, it must have approximately 7000 of them. Spaces also count. How long is this in practice? Just a page or two?Continue reading “How long are 7000 characters with spaces?”
Academic contribution record can be helpful for Global Talent Visa (Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa) application. It does not matter: are you applying for Exceptional Promise or Exceptional Talent. Choice within tech or business application is also irrelevant. The main point – with good track of academic contribution you can support Qualifying Criteria No.4 of Global Talent Visa.Continue reading “Academic Contribution as criteria for Global Talent Visa”
Equity is one of the listed evidence for Key Criteria of Global Talent Visa (Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa). It stands together with other evidence of employment like a contract with salary. But how to demonstrate that you have equity and it worths something? A truly interesting question to think about.
COVID-19 ruined many plans (and even lives) worldwide. That’s why for Global Talent Visa applicants it is important to know what’s going on. Moreover, these brand-new visas (well-known as Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa in the past) were introduced only two months ago. My readers are also concerned about things. Hence, let’s speak about the talent visa process and other legal stuff, affected by a coronavirus.Continue reading “Global Talent Visa in COVID 19”
You can get your Exceptional Talent in Global Talent Visa(Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa) if you are a digital star. In other words, an expert with “a proven track record of innovation in the digital technology sector as … an employee working in a new digital field or concept that must be clearly evidenced”? Let’s think about what is “new digital field” and how can you prove these Key Criteria.
Supporting letter is one of the key documents frequently attached by Global Talent Visa (Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa) applicants. What is the difference between supporting letter and letter of recommendation?
I wrote about my adventures to get a Partner visa in Global Talent Visa route but recently have got an interesting question. Does a partner of Exceptional Talent Visa holder need to prove the level of English to get visa?Continue reading “Two requirements for dependent of Global Talent Visa”