catalinadlgv wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 04, 2018 12:33 pm
My husband recently applied for Techccity Uk as an exceptional talent and got his endorsement denied. He is now thinking about applying as a Promise instead.
Has anyone done this? Do you have any recommendations or suggestions to make a better application?
Has anyone used solicitors for the process?
I did exactly just that. When my first application was denied, I then applied under Promise but when my endorsement letter came - it came saying I was endorsed under "Exceptional Talent" not even Promise that I applied for.
So, what that showed me was that the answer is in the documents and how it was formulated. It didn't have to do with promise or talent, it had to do with the structure of my documents and how strong it was.
So, to make his application better - I would advice spending time working on Personal Statement and CV. There are some very key phrases and sentences they are looking to see or read in the those documents, they need to see a structure.
Another advice is to ensure the whole application is "uniform". What I mean by this is that each letter or document should have some type of link to other documents. This was one of the things that helped me in my successful application, my application had synergy.
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All the best!!!!!