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does that mean unless I get 60 day letter from the home office, I can continue to work with the same employer, considering their licence is revoked? Kindly clarify.You can work until their licence is revoked (if it happens) and your visa is curtailed.
would that be for my wife or did you mean I would have to do that?If you don't meet the requirement, you will have to apply on FLR(FP) which will be a 10 year route (4 x 2.5 year visas).
You can only work on tier 2 if you have a licensed sponsor. If their license is revoked, your visa will be curtailed.1- Where you mentioneddoes that mean unless I get 60 day letter from the home office, I can continue to work with the same employer, considering their licence is revoked? Kindly clarify.You can work until their licence is revoked (if it happens) and your visa is curtailed.
2- I don't really want to do that. I hope home office don't send me curtailment letter until May 2019 as i have read other members post, where home office never sent them curtailment letters even 5 months of the revocation of their employer's licence. But if they did, I wouldn't have any option but to buy some more months with this. I hope this won't affect my ILR application?
Your dependents, assuming you get ILR.3-would that be for my wife or did you mean I would have to do that?If you don't meet the requirement, you will have to apply on FLR(FP) which will be a 10 year route (4 x 2.5 year visas).
4- I can only apply on the grounds of long residency i.e. 10 years route. I can't go for 5 years route as i have only earned £29k as at now and will never be able to reach £35,500. I would then have to send my family back in July and will have to work for 6 months to get the payslips etc and my would then apply from the home country.
Yes, once you have ILR your dependents should switch to spouse visa. If their current visas are not also curtailed, they do not have to switch immediately.5- Many thanks for the answer, but do i have to apply her dependant visa until I apply for ILR? Please note we don't have travel plans at the moment.
On what date did you ENTER the UK??Entry clearance visa 20 June 2009 - Sep 2011 Tier 4 Student Visa
The user does not have PM privilege yet. Also, you shouldn't post this publicly unless you wish to be swamped with PMs from members.
I thought by going PM route I was avoiding inadvertently soliciting on someone's behalf. I'll try and edit my post.
2. I would think you are overthinking a bit. Why don't you simply wait and see what the outcome of the HO visit etc is before rushing into anything you might regret later. You can hold a Tier 2 for 6 years. When your existing visa expires is irrelevant as to change sponsors you have to apply for a new visa anyway with your new sponsor and a CoS and as long as you apply before your current visa expires, you won't be an overstayer.talreh20 wrote: ↑Wed Nov 28, 2018 2:25 pm1- Noted.
2- To be honest, I haven't tried as i was of the opinion that employers will be reluctant to employee me as my time period on the visa will run out on 25 July. Although i can argue with them that I'll be getting ILR, but employers may not want to listen to this argument.
4- I'll now get cracking on finding a new employer with a sponsor licence.
6- I entered the country on 25/06/2009. My entry clearance was valid from 15 June 2009. Is it possible to apply by 18 May 2019 if entry clearance validity is considered?
There is no longer a premium same day service. The old system centres close today. You would have to apply using the new system.I'll book a premium appointment for 31st May 2019.
If you are paying, then no. You need to elaborate on why you think it is public fund.My little on is due to go to nursery in January 2019. Would be classed as a public benefit?