sushdmehta wrote:Technically, you should have stopped working with the existing employer by the date of issue of new leave (since the new Tier 2 leave allows you to work only with the new sponsor .. not the existing one).
Therefore, joining dates within a short time-frame are always an issue when one has a notice period to serve! The alternative is to not serve the notice period and pay (or have the new employer pay) the financial penalty you may incur from your exiting employer for not serving the notice period.
designuk wrote:Hi all,
I think I'm in similar situation. I'm waiting for a CoS from new employer who is currently undertaking RLMT, and I really would like to quit my job.
@smoothraj so you think that if I leave my current job and ask my current employer to withdraw the CoS, I can stay in country for 60 days? I hope to start working for the new employer well within those days.
I know its risky as anything can happen, like new employer changing their mind etc, but just want to be sure how many days I'll have if either I quit or lose my job.
Will be very kind of you if you could confirm.
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