One of the most popular questions about Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa is about supporting documents. Definitely, this is not about the number – everyone knows: an applicant has the right to apply up to ten documents. Mainly, questions are about the format, number of pages, content, etc.
Guidelines for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa applicants clearly say that it requires to have up to 10 supporting documents. This is allowed maximum, but what is the minimum (if it exists) and what the average number of documents Tech Nation Visa applicants send to Home Office.
I do my best to answer your questions about Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa applications. But please, my dear exceptional promises and talents, forgive me delays. Every of your mail is read, and I will do my best to reply.
So today, I answered questions about the employment contract and other documents about work.
Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa is a unique chance for talents to come to the United Kingdom and work in science, engineering, humanities, medicine, digital technology, the arts, and fashion. This blog post is about the main 32 steps to do to get this visa. I wrote it with only digital technology in mind and the soul. However, if you are applying any other kind of Exceptional Talent Visa, you possibly will find some relevant information for you too.
I am not joking. Below I prepared a list of eight dangerous quotes sent to me within the emails by my blog readers. Also, a couple of them are generalised sentences from Personal Statements drafted by potential Exceptional Talent Visa applicants. In significant cases, later on, all of these visa applications become just numbers in total statistics of Endorsement refusals, and these people are in the army of unsuccessful visa applicants.
So why I am publishing this list? To caution you about the typical mistakes and to supersede your potentially harmful thoughts by short, constructive ideas on how to avoid these mistakes to get UK Exceptional Talent Visa.
Today’s question is mainly about tech talents and their Git profiles. So one of the potential applicants for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa asked me: ” I started contributing to the Git profile in the last 2 months only. Can you please tell me how I can fill this gap and attach this information to my visa application? ”
Today I get quite interesting question about the supporting documents for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa application. Why it was interesting for me? Because when I was preparing my package, I had docs, that were not so “fresh” (I mean docs, issued to me 2 and 3 years back). So it is really a problem, knowing the official caution in the Guidelines about 1-year documents). So… what to do – to add them or not to add.
Question: Shall I include my Marketing Award which I won in 2014? I was featured on the magazine as a winner of prestigious industry award in 2014? Is this good evidence?