Embrace the UK Temporary Worker – International Agreement Visa
Aiming to work in the UK under a contract covered by international law or treaty? The UK Temporary Worker – International Agreement Visa is exactly what you need. This guide explains the core essentials of the International Agreement Visa application process.
Diving Deeper into the UK International Agreement Visa
The International Agreement Visa is designed for individuals contracted to do work in the UK under international law or treaty. It opens the door to a variety of opportunities to work in a diplomatic household or for a foreign government, or as a private servant in a diplomatic household.
Key Stages of the International Agreement Visa Application Process
From confirming your eligibility to securing your certificate of sponsorship and finally submitting your application, the journey to obtaining your International Agreement Visa involves crucial steps. At Immtell, we’re experienced in guiding applicants through each of these stages, ensuring a seamless application process.
Understanding the Requirements for the International Agreement – Temporary Worker Visa
Navigating the visa process can be intricate, especially when it comes to understanding the specific prerequisites. To qualify for the International Agreement – Temporary Worker visa, there are several essential requirements to meet. Let’s delve into these crucial criteria that form the foundation for a successful application:
If approved, International Agreement – Temporary Worker UK work visas should usually be valid for up to 2 years.
If sponsorship continues, it most cases it is possible to apply for work visa extensions up to a total of 2 years the UK under this visa type.
You can apply to switch into a Temporary Work – International Agreement visa while you are in the UK if you want to continue working for your current employer and you:
- have a work permit
- work for an overseas government or international organisation
Unfortunately, the International Agreement – Temporary Worker visas does not lead to Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK. Following the maximum time permitted in the UK, you will usually be required to leave the country.
Spouses or partners and children under the age of 18 may apply for visas to accompany you to the UK as your ‘dependants’. Your spouse or partner should be permitted to work.
Initial applications should be made from abroad, either from your country of nationality or legal residence. Unless you are eligible to switch into this category (see above).
UKVI aim to process visas as follows:
Visa applications submitted outside of the UK:
- Standard processing: 15 working days
- Priority Service processing: 5 working days
Visa applications submitted inside the UK:
- Standard processing: 8 weeks
- Priority Service processing: 5 working day
Important: UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) do not guarantee processing times and delays do occur. We advise that you do not book any non refundable travel until your visa has been approved and your work visa is in your possession. Priority services can be suspended without notice and may not be available at the time of application.
The UKVI application fee is £259. In addition, you will need to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) which is £624 per year of the visa duration.
Our professional fee will depend on the level of service you require. Please see the options below or contact us for further information.
Why Choose Immtell Immigration Services for Your International Agreement Visa Application?
Navigating through the visa application process can be complex. But with Immtell Immigration Services, you’re never alone. Our team of experts guide you through every step, offering their professional advice and making sure your application is error-free, thus increasing your chances of success.
Experience a stress-free International Agreement Visa application process with Immtell Immigration Services. With our dedicated team by your side, you can fully prepare yourself for working under international law or treaty in the UK.