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Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by boyka1: 4:18pm On Nov 29, 2020
tolajay:
Thanks for the insight.

I really can't see myself getting into that London madness; expensive, ever-busy lifestyle.

A friend, currently in the UK, suggested Northern Island cos she's there as well.

Scotland, I hear is a great place too but for the accent.

I'll continue my research.


Scottish accent off me. Lol.

Wait to hear scouse speaks you will ponder if he or she is talking in chinese.
Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by Ge0grapher(m): 4:34pm On Nov 29, 2020
Hello bokya1. Where does a fresh immigrant start from when looking for a job?? I mean how does he/she go about the whole job search thing.. whether blue collar or white collar??
Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by abuhalima(m): 5:32pm On Nov 29, 2020
hello, mate. how is the hustle going over there. I've got some few questions.

how reliable is it to apply for the UK visit visa through travel agents? what are the pros and cons?

how does an immigrant with visit visa cope with trying to work? how do they go around it. what are the challenges?

will be expecting your replies soon. thanks and take care.
Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by boyka1: 2:35am On Nov 30, 2020
Ge0grapher:
Hello bokya1. Where does a fresh immigrant start from when looking for a job?? I mean how does he/she go about the whole job search thing.. whether blue collar or white collar??

www.indeed.co.uk
www.Totaljobs.co.uk
www.reed.co.uk

Best of luck!

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Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by boyka1: 2:43am On Nov 30, 2020
abuhalima:
hello, mate. how is the hustle going over there. I've got some few questions.

how reliable is it to apply for the UK visit visa through travel agents? what are the pros and cons?

how does an immigrant with visit visa cope with trying to work? how do they go around it. what are the challenges?

will be expecting your replies soon. thanks and take care.

You sincerely do not need the services of a travel agent to apply for a UK visa as the UK immigration process is pretty straightforward. Take your time and read this thread https://www.nairaland.com/5233246/general-uk-visa-enquiries-part you will get all the answers you seek.

Goodluck sir.
Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by Kinpelz(f): 12:33pm On Dec 01, 2020
There is nothing called an immigrant with visit visa. It is illegal to work with a visiting visa and you become an alien. You will only do jobs with limited or no career progression. Jobs like security, cleaning, etc. And you will need to be registered under someone's name if you work with proper British companies. However, if you work with Indians or Nigerians, they may be happy to pay you peanut of the payroll. Just know that you will really give a lot if you decide to proceed with this.

Nigeria is tough so I can't even say why are you leaving to become illegal in another country. But do weigh your options cause you will end up working more hours daily to be able to gather enough. You will not no the impact of that now but this countries have been built to ensure aliens don't really do well other than leave from hand to mouth.

Between UK post Brexit will be a little tougher on immigration cause they won't have to follow EU rules. This could mean easily sending aliens back to their countries. Unlike in the past, they are unable to stop and check people's immigration status cause of EU concerns.

abuhalima:
hello, mate. how is the hustle going over there. I've got some few questions.

how reliable is it to apply for the UK visit visa through travel agents? what are the pros and cons?

how does an immigrant with visit visa cope with trying to work? how do they go around it. what are the challenges?

will be expecting your replies soon. thanks and take care.
Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by Mimzyy(f): 10:13pm On Dec 01, 2020
Immigrant and visit visa should not be in the same sentence. You cannot work on a visit visa. It is strictly for you to visit and go back. If you want to work then you need to explore the right channels.

abuhalima:
hello, mate. how is the hustle going over there. I've got some few questions.

how reliable is it to apply for the UK visit visa through travel agents? what are the pros and cons?

how does an immigrant with visit visa cope with trying to work? how do they go around it. what are the challenges?

will be expecting your replies soon. thanks and take care.
Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by Kinpelz(f): 4:26pm On Dec 02, 2020
https://twitter.com/pritipatel/status/1333849745014579205

UK is introducing new laws next year so take note.

abuhalima:
hello, mate. how is the hustle going over there. I've got some few questions.

how reliable is it to apply for the UK visit visa through travel agents? what are the pros and cons?

how does an immigrant with visit visa cope with trying to work? how do they go around it. what are the challenges?

will be expecting your replies soon. thanks and take care.

Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by shem4soul: 5:00pm On Dec 03, 2020
boyka1:


You sincerely do not need the services of a travel agent to apply for a UK visa as the UK immigration process is pretty straightforward. Take your time and read this thread https://www.nairaland.com/5233246/general-uk-visa-enquiries-part you will get all the answers you seek.

Goodluck sir.

Great job man, pls with the new immigration policy coming up next year.., will it be easier for people that ve skills to enter UK through tier 2 visa, especially areas that re called shortage skill. e.g programmer, I want to apply for this tier two visa next year.., I don't know if the post Brexit will affect tier 2 visa.
Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by 1beat(m): 3:10pm On Dec 04, 2020
with what I read here is certain that you're very sincere with situation in UK I need advice from you

am considering the following country for masters program Finland , UK and Germany which country do you suggest best economically that will favour hardworking students coming for masters programs and government policy to be considered as well
Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by Joast13(m): 3:03am On Jan 26
Nice thread @boyka1.. however, I would like to point out that IELTS isn’t a mandatory requirement for a Tier 2/Health and Care Visa. A NARIC certificate that evaluates one’s foreign credentials for English language is equally sufficient to prove English proficiency for the Visa application.

Hope you are staying safe, cheers

boyka1:


As a Nigerian, IELTS is a mandatory requirement when applying for a Tier 2 Visa.

A girlfriend can get a dependant Tier 2 Visa. But if your relationship is legal, like you have a government issued document to prove civil partnership with your girlfriend then it will be allowed.

Does that make sense?
Re: Tier 2 Dependant. My Sojourn To The UK by Thoscine: 10:03am On Jul 16
Good morning everyone, please is it possible for a spouse of the primary applicant of tier 2 visa to travel with the primary applicant same day? Without applying separately or having to wait for months before joining him/her?

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