UK Work Visas – Your Pathway to Professional Success in Britain
Navigating the process of obtaining a UK Work Visa can be challenging. At Immtell, we specialise in assisting individuals and businesses through the complex application process to secure their UK Work Visas.
Understanding UK Work Visas
A UK Work Visa allows individuals from around the world to live and work in the UK. The exact visa you need will depend on your qualifications, the nature of the work, and the length of your stay. The most common work visas are sponsored by an employer and include the Skilled Worker Visa, the Intra-company Transfer Visa, and the Global Talent Visa. There are also several self sponsored visas available.
How to Get a Sponsored Work Visa for the UK
To secure a Sponsored UK Work Visa, you generally need to:
- Be offered a skilled job in the UK.
- Be sponsored by an employer who holds a valid UK Sponsorship Licence.
- Meet the salary threshold and English language requirements.
Note: The exact requirements may differ depending on the specific type of work visa.
Exploring Sponsored and Non-Sponsored Work Visas in the UK
The UK offers a variety of work visa options, both sponsored and non-sponsored, each with its unique set of requirements. To better understand which visa may suit your circumstances, explore the different visa types listed below. Let Immtell guide you through the details, making your journey to the UK simpler and more straightforward.
Sponsored – Global Business Mobility Visas:
Overseas employees seeking to undertake temporary assignments in the UK, to assist with the expansion / setting up of the business in the UK
Overseas employees on a graduate training course leading to either a senior management or specialist position. For a UK work placement
Overseas employees seeking to undertake temporary assignments in the UK, being seconded to the UK as part of a high value contract or investment
Typically a senior or specialist existing highly skilled employee of an overseas company seeking to undertake an assignment for a linked entity in the UK
Other Sponsored Visas:
Suitable for qualified doctors, nurses, health professionals and adult social care professionals wanting to work in sector
Suitable for elite sportspersons and qualified coaches recognised as being at the highest international level
Suitable for those individuals who have been offered a job within a faith community, for example; as a minister of religion, missionary in the UK
Suitable for those wanting to come to the UK to do an eligible job for a fast-growing UK business which meets the criteria
Self Sponsored UK Work Visas:
Suitable for nationals of a Commonwealth Country who can evidence that at least one grandparent was born in the UK, the Channel Islands or Isle of Man
Suitable for those aged 18 to 30 and nationals from: Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Republic of Korea and Taiwan. Also permitted for those designated as: British Overseas Citizens, British Overseas Territories citizens and British Nationals (Overseas)
Temporary Worker Visas:
For people coming to the UK to do voluntary work and not paid work for a charity for up to 12 months
Suitable for people coming to the UK to work or perform as entertainers or creative artist
Suitable for people coming to the UK through approved schemes that aim to share knowledge, experience and best practice
Suitable for people coming to the UK under contract to do work covered by international law, I.e. working for a foreign government or as a private servant for a diplomat
Why Choose Immtell for Your UK Work Visa Application?
As a trusted work visa consultancy, Immtell provides comprehensive services to guide you through the UK work visa process. From determining the right type of visa, preparing a compelling application, to helping you navigate any issues that may arise, our team is with you every step of the way.