One day I will publish my top list of questions about Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa that I get most frequently. But today, I will focus only on one of them. Many people ask me do they need to go to immigration lawyers to get their Endorsement and Tech Nation Visa. That is why let’s think about this topic in depth.
Today I would like to write about the real situation around templates or any other “fill the form” samples of Personal Statement and Recommendation Letters for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa. This is a hot topic, and I got many direct requests on all channels about this.
I am appreciated to my reader Samuel, who asked me this question today. I had already got it several times before but answered in private messages. Hence, now is time to shed light on the subject of changing the route of Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa by Endorsement Panel of Tech Nation.
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.
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.
Applicants for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa always think about increasing their chances to be endorsed by the Designed Body. Hence, they suggest any probabilities how to catch luck and get Endorsement because of the correct position of the stars, good Moon day or something else :). Today we will speak about April 6 – the officially known day when new UK visa year starts. I got questions about this day regularly and this is the most recent one.
This post is about you, my readers and, who are potential applicants for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa. Since I have already got the first 100 of messages to me (you can see a red Messenger in the right bottom corner), and over 50 emails on this topic I decide to write you five main rules to follow in order to get the answer for your question.
I am delighted that Talent Visa app already helps Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa applicants to understand the basics of this interesting visa route and read some documents in relation with this visas. However, my readers continue to ask me some unique questions so today it is all about the communication between Tech Nation Visa applicants and Tech Nation as a designated competent body.
Sometimes it happens that potential applicants for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa send me their drafts of personal statements and ask about my opinion. I want to write officially and in bold: guys, I am not an authorized assessor of your personal statements neither for Exceptional Promise nor for Exceptional Talent visa applications.
Hence, it is not a difficult task for me to read a piece of text and write what I think about it but this is not the main goal of this blog. Moreover, any personal opinion (mine or any other person) – it is just a bunch of thoughts. Only Tech Nation Visa Panel makes the final decision and only people who are members of this Panel are entitled to make any official comments. Or immigration advisors, who are authorized by OISC.
I got many questions from people who live in the United Kingdom. Mainly, they have Tier 2 visa and are employed by tech companies. But they feel the power to be entrepreneurs. They want to switch to Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa, feel its freedom and flexibility.