WORK PERMIT FOR UK
UK Work Permits (Tier 2: For healthcare Professionals.)
As a medical professional holding a tier 2 health & care visa & after completing 5 years of residency in the UK, You become eligible to file for an “Indefinite leave to remain(ILR)”, In the UK which is later followed by filing for Naturalization as a British citizen.
How We Can Help You
What are the benefits of having a UK Skilled Worker Visa?
- Income: Earn in pounds.
- Education: Study in world-class colleges and universities at prices lower than the US.
- Health: You can enjoy the best healthcare facilities in the world.
- Retirement: UK is rated as one of the best countries in the world and you can be assured of a retirement you will enjoy.
- Your family: You can bring your whole family to the UK.
- Freedom Live, work and study in any UK province or territory.
- Investment: Best investment for your money. Better returns than gold, mutual funds, stocks or FD.
UK work visa requirements
If you’re a non-EU/EFTA national wanting to work in the UK, you need an appropriate work permit. Most of the UK work visas require sponsorships from a local employer; you to secure a suitable job and sponsorship before applying for the UK work visa. UK work visas are currently unavailable to casual or low-skilled employment. As a result, it isn’t possible to enter the UK on another type of visa and take up casual or temporary work.
Information on UK work visa sponsorships for Tier 2 and Tier 5 visas is available here.
You also need to apply for a biometric residence permit if you’re staying in the UK for longer than six months.
The following groups of people are exempt from UK work visa requirements:
- diplomats who were outside of the UK when offered the post
- overseas government ministers on official business
- members of Commonwealth or Overseas Territories armed forces posted to the UK
- officials working for a head of state