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”
Global Talent Visa provides a fast-track option to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) after three years of life and work in the UK. But sometimes the situation is unclear. Particularly, if a person has a switch from Tier 2 General Visa and has already lived and worked in the UK for many years. How to count the duration of stay for them?Continue reading “Switch from Tier 2 visa to Global Talent Visa for ILR”
You opened an email from Home Office with a hope to get an endorsement in your Global Talent Visa application but instead of happiness – sad news, you don’t have your endorsement from Tech Nation. What shall you do now? Are there any chances to turn this decision? This Guideline will help you to apply for Endorsement Review and get as much outcome from it as possibleContinue reading “Guide for Endorsement Review in Global Talent Visa: 8 easy steps”
I get dozens of questions from SAP experts who wanted to get UK Global Talent Visa. Particularly, during the last three years. As a result, I decided to answer these questions publicly. It is not an easy task to understand is SAP expert eligible to get Global Talent Visa. But let’s try to do this and if so – what does (s)he need to have?Continue reading “SAP and UK Global Talent Visa”
The question about a new visa route, introduced on Monday, January 27, 2020, is one of the hottest top topics now. I got a couple of messages from my readers on the point how to get Global Talent Visa UK and is it the same as Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa? Let’s think together.Continue reading “How to get Global Talent Visa UK?”
I got a couple of questions from parents of talented children from Russia and India regarding talent visa for kid. They wrote to me about Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visas for their talented children as the only option to live, be educated and even work in the UK. Yes, you understand this idea correctly: they want to apply for a visa not by themselves but on behalf of their small kids!Continue reading “The truth about Exceptionally Talented Child”