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Posts Tagged 'exceptionally talented'
During a visit to Tech City, Britain's answer to Silicon Valley, in east London today, Mr Cameron will outline plans for the Government to open up the Exceptional Talent visa route, which is usually reserved for international leaders in science and the arts. Be fore, these applications were limited in number and needed to be put forward by bodies such as the Royal Academy of Engineering, British Academy or Arts Council England. It is not yet known how many slots will be allocated... Read more »
Posted: 06 December 2013  |  Author: Gherson Immigration  |  Comments (0)
We recently dealt with a Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) application, which was initially refused. The applicant's dependant partner was also refused, as a result. We sought a review, which was successful. However, the UK visa section overseas refused to review the case of the dependant on the grounds that his was not a points-based application, so review was not a remedy available to him. This created a most peculiar and unfair result. The applicant's visa was granted, but... Read more »
Posted: 17 January 2013  |  Author: Gherson Immigration  |  Comments (1)
The UK remains one of the world's most popular destinations for foreign investors and entrepreneurs, with 28 ventures and nearly 2,000 jobs created here each week. According to Business Secretary Vince Cable, more than two thirds of the jobs created or safeguarded in 2010/2011 came from existing investors. The World Bank says that the UK is the easiest place to do business out of all the EU and G8 countries while Ernst & Young have confirmed that the UK is the... Read more »
Posted: 09 March 2012  |  Author: Gherson Immigration  |  Comments (0)
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