Today I want to declare clearly and directly: my Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa Blog does not have any relation to the Tech Nation. Tech Nation, as the only designed body for Endorsement of the applicants for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa in Digital Technologies, has its official communication channels. My blog is not among them. And if you want to know details – read more.
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.
Today I got a question from a person who wants to apply for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa and is on Tier 4 General Visa now.
“I am a developer who worked in a UK company when I was there in tier 4 dependent. Still, work for the same company, and I am the only person who works for them. We are developing a new cloud epos system for them. At the moment its using five companies. will I be able to apply for this visa.”
I want to answer this question in three key points, that will be useful to remind for any applicant.
On Friday, December 7, one of the Mayfair bars was renamed in “Tech Nation Visa Bar” and we had our New 2019 Year celebrations.
For me today’s morning has started with very good news (actually, a nice tweet) – Tech Nation twitted about this blog. They wrote:
🔍 Take the advice of someone who’s done it and been endorsed for a #TechNation visa – @pomidorus talks Tech Nation Visa scheme updates, everything you need to know before applying and all the gritty bits in-between!https://t.co/ItZjBtfyyJ pic.twitter.com/2aCqHQLfmS
— Tech Nation (@TechNation) 25 September 2018
I am appreciated for such a great honour – to be a holder of Tier 1 Exceptional Promise Visa and for support that Tech Nation provides to the community of holders of Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa.
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 delighted that Talent Visa app already helps Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa applicants to understand the basics of this exciting visa route and read some documents in relation with this visas. However, my readers continue to ask me some different questions. Today it is all about the communication between Tech Nation Visa applicants and Tech Nation as a designated competent body.
Are you looking for an Example of Personal Statement or Letter of Recommendation? Do you want to read someone’s personal statement to understand its structure and idea? Have you searched for personal statements from past applicants for UK Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions – you have a reason to buy a Talent Visa App or, at least, to read more about it.
Big updates will come soon. I will make announcements so you will definitely not miss them.
But now I want to focus on a question I get quite frequently. It is about eligibility to apply for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa having enormous experience in tech (or digital business).
Perhaps, my thoughts will be interesting for your and help in your personal case. By the way, any sensitive information was deleted or replaced.
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