Today I got a question from a person who is not applying for Tech Nation Visa but for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa in The Arts. However, this request is the same for any area of professional excellence – Digital Technology, Engineering or Fashion. It is about location of you when you are applying for this visa route. Hence, let’s discuss it in details.
I regularly get emails from UK Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa applicants with a question about alternative ways to apply for UK visa after not obtaining Endorsement for Tech Nation Visa and rejection of appeal on this decision.
The main argument for these people is very clear – they have done a great job of filling the application form, collecting the required letters of support, writing a personal statement and bringing other supporting documents together. Hence after a fail with this UK talent visa – are there any other routes to go? Sure, always there is one more way to follow. I decided to make a full guide about existing startup visa programs worldwide. I hope it will be helpful.
It is not news that applicants for Technology Route in Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa are in the majority. The nature of Digital Technologies causes this situation. However, Business Route is also quite famous. I have already written about some fundamental questions, but I got new requests, so I decided to make a new post about this route of Tech Nation Visa.
It is my pleasure to invite everyone to our Happiness Hack Day. Traditionally in summer, our community of Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa holders try to make an event that can bring some positive change into the life of our members.
Today we will rephrase a famous Shakespeare’s words “to be or not to be” into a slightly different manner. The question is “Exceptional Promise or Exceptional Talent Visa?”. I got a message from my reader: “Hi Andrii – some the exceptional promise visa exists for tech? Or only exceptional talent? I am wondering that. What the differences are…” Let’s consider the main of these differences.
Do you need to have Ph.D status in order to get Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa? The answer is yes and no simultaneously :). I know how it is confusing but to find the correct answer for your personal visa application, let’s dig deeper.
Almost every day, I got emails and messages with questions about Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa. In most of them, people tell me about their positive attitude to my blog. Hence, I decided to start a new area of my blogging. Today I am launching a video channel about Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa and interview holders of this unique visas. My first guest is Milenko Pilic.
“Do you want a Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa? Take the quiz to find out if you’re eligible”. This dialogue is not a fruit of my imagination – a real quiz is included in the Tech Nation page about Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa. Everyone can try now and see are there any chances to get this visa or not.
During the last 7 days I got 3 Messenger requests about importance of over 5 years of professional experience to get Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa in Digital Technologies. And also, some people were asking about getting Exceptional Promise visa with 8+ years of work in tech. Let’s try to answer the latest of the requests together.
Today I got question from non-digital guy who is interested in Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa in Engineering. Sure, I am a holder of Tech Nation Visa, hence, my experience is relevant only for this industry. However, as I see my knowledge can be helpful even for Aerospace Engineers.