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Interpretation wrote:“Deemed sponsorship status” means that the country or territory is not required to issue its nationals or passport holders with a Certificate of Sponsorship in order to enable a successful application under the Tier 5 Youth Mobility Scheme and is held by a country or territory listed as such at Appendix G of these Rules.
You are unlikely to get a response from a general government FB page and we don't usually allow FB links to be posted as you are exposing your FB page and personal information to 1000's of strangers on the forum, so link has been removed as it directs to your post immediately with your full name and link to your FB page, so the link has been removed and I have copied your post instead. We have many scammers and spammers on th forum who wait eagerly for personal details to be post, so best to be careful.madstokes wrote: ↑Fri Mar 02, 2018 2:27 amI've posted on the UK Govt Facebook page as it's all I could think to do: weblink removed by moderator to protect your privacy
Hi - I am attempting to apply for a Tier 5 (Temporary Worker) visa - Youth Mobility Scheme visa, and the application is prompting me to in put a Sponsor Licence Number. I am from Australia which according to all the information related to this visa, does not require a Certificate of Sponsorship. I've noticed a couple of others have had the same issue recently - could this be a glitch in the web form? I'd appreciate if someone could get back to me on this ASAP. Thanks.
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Youth Mobility Tier 5 (UK) Requires CoS & Employer Sponsorship Number (Australian) - Immigrationboards.com
I m applying for the Youth Mobility Visa as an Australian citizen. I ve selected Yes to the question asking if I am from a list of countries including Australia that do not require a Certificate of Sponsorship. The second or third question asks if I ..
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