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UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Uzland: 11:53pm On Sep 11, 2021
This thread is dedicated to the new UK Skilled Worker visa (formerly Tier 2 visa), and Health and Care Worker visa routes. Please feel free to share ideas, information, links, etc and connect with like-minded people. Our goal is to see each other succeed in this pursuit and meet together at last in the UK.

I'll start with some basic information about each of the two visa routes and the official gov.uk links for guidance on how to start the process:

1. For every information about the UK Skilled Worker visa -> https://www.gov.uk/skilled-worker-visa

Overview of Skilled Worker visa:
A Skilled Worker visa allows you to come to or stay in the UK to do an eligible job with an approved employer. This visa has replaced the Tier 2 (General) work visa.

Eligibility:
To qualify for a Skilled Worker visa, you must:
- work for a UK employer that’s been approved by the Home Office
- have a ‘certificate of sponsorship’ from your employer with information about the role you’ve been offered in the UK
- do a job that’s on the list of eligible occupations
- be paid a minimum salary - how much depends on the type of work you do

*The specific eligibility depends on your job -> https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/skilled-worker-visa-eligible-occupations

*Check if your job is on the list of Shortage Occupations for non-healthcare and non-education ->
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/skilled-worker-visa-shortage-occupations/skilled-worker-visa-shortage-occupations

*You must have a confirmed job offer before you apply for your visa.*

Knowledge of English:
- You must be able to speak, read, write and understand English. You’ll usually need to prove your knowledge of English when you apply.

You can prove your knowledge of English by:
- passing a Secure English Language Test (SELT) from an approved provider [NB: IELTS for UKVI, PTE for UKVI (Academic or General), not the regular IELTS or PTE, etc]
- having a GCSE, A level, Scottish National Qualification level 4 or 5, Scottish Higher or Advanced Higher in English, gained through study at a UK school that you began when you were under 18
- having a degree-level academic qualification that was taught in English - if you studied abroad, you’ll need to apply through Ecctis (formerly UK NARIC) for confirmation that your qualification is equivalent to a UK bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or PhD. [Ecctis link: https://www.ecctis.com/visasandnationality

How long you can stay:
- Your visa can last for up to 5 years before you need to extend it. You’ll need to apply to extend or update your visa when it expires or if you change jobs or employer.

If you want to stay longer in the UK:
- You can apply to extend your visa as many times as you like as long as you still meet the eligibility requirements.

*After 5 years, you may be able to apply to settle permanently in the UK (also known as ‘indefinite leave to remain’). This gives you the right to live, work and study here for as long as you like, and apply for benefits if you’re eligible.

How to apply:
You must apply online.

How you apply depends on whether you’re:
- outside the UK and are coming to the UK
- inside the UK and extending your current visa
- inside the UK and switching from a different visa
*If you want to change your job or employer, you must apply to update your visa.

*You can include your partner and children in your application to stay in the UK if they are eligible.

How long it takes:
- You can apply for a visa up to 3 months before the day you are due to start work in the UK.

Getting a decision:
Once you’ve applied online, proved your identity and provided your documents, you’ll usually get a decision on your visa within:
- 3 weeks, if you’re outside the UK
- 8 weeks, if you’re inside the UK
*If you need to go to an appointment, you may be able to pay for a faster decision. How you do this depends on whether you’re outside the UK or inside the UK.

How much it costs:
You, your partner or children will each need to:
- pay the application fee (£625 for a standard 3-year visa, or £1,235 for a 5-year visa; but for shortage occupations - £479 for a 3-year visa, or £943 for a 5-year visa)
- pay the healthcare surcharge fee for each year of your stay (£624 per annum)
- prove you have enough personal savings (at least £1,270, unless you’re exempt)

What you can and cannot do
You can:
- work in an eligible job
- take on additional work in certain circumstances
- do voluntary work
- study
- bring your partner and children with you as your ‘dependants’, if they’re eligible
- travel abroad and return to the UK
- apply to settle permanently in the UK (also known as ‘indefinite leave to remain’) if you’ve lived in the UK for 5 years and meet the other eligibility requirements

You cannot:
- apply for most benefits (public funds), or the State Pension
- change jobs or employer unless you update your visa.

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2. For every information about the UK Health and Care Worker visa -> https://www.gov.uk/health-care-worker-visa

Overview of Health and Care Worker visa:
The Health and Care Worker visa was created, sequel to Brexit, to encourage healthcare professionals from around the world to come to the UK to do an eligible job with the NHS, an NHS supplier or in adult social care.
The visa opened to applications from 4 August 2020, and forms part of the UK’s new immigration system.

*For applicants, the benefits of the new Health and Care Worker visa include fast-tracked entry to the UK, together with reduced visa fees and exemption from the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS). Processing duration is usually about 3 weeks.

Eligibility:
To qualify for a Health and Care Worker visa, you must:
- be a qualified doctor, nurse, health professional (e.g. dietitian, physiotherapist, dentist, etc) or adult social care professional
- work in an eligible health or social care job
- work for a UK employer that’s been approved by the Home Office
- have a ‘certificate of sponsorship’ from your employer with information about the role you’ve been offered in the UK
- be paid a minimum salary - how much depends on the type of work you do

*Check if your job is eligible -> https://www.gov.uk/health-care-worker-visa/your-job

*Check if your job is on the list of Shortage Occupations for healthcare and education ->
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/skilled-worker-visa-shortage-occupations-for-health-and-education/skilled-worker-visa-shortage-occupations-for-healthcare-and-education

*You must have a confirmed job offer before you apply for your visa.

Knowledge of English (same as in Skilled Worker visa):
- You must be able to speak, read, write and understand English. You’ll usually need to prove your knowledge of English when you apply.

How long you can stay:
- Your visa can last for up to 5 years before you need to extend it. You’ll need to apply to extend or update your visa when it expires or if you change jobs or employer.

If you want to stay longer in the UK:
- You can apply to extend your visa as many times as you like as long as you still meet the eligibility requirements.

*After 5 years, you may be able to apply to settle permanently in the UK (also known as ‘indefinite leave to remain’). This gives you the right to live, work and study here for as long as you like, and apply for benefits if you’re eligible.

How to apply:
You must apply online.

How you apply depends on whether you’re:
- outside the UK and are coming to the UK
- inside the UK and extending your current visa
- inside the UK and switching from a different visa.
*If you want to change your job or employer, you must apply to update your visa.

*You can include your partner and children in your application to stay in the UK if they are eligible.

How long it takes:
- You can apply for a visa up to 3 months before the day you are due to start work in the UK. This date is listed on your certificate of sponsorship.

Getting a decision:
- Once you’ve applied online, proved your identity and provided your documents, you’ll usually get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks.

*If you need to go to an appointment, you may be able to pay for a faster decision. How you do this depends on whether you’re outside the UK or inside the UK.

How much it costs
You, your partner or children will each need to:
- pay the application fee (£247 for a 3-year visa, or £479 for a 5-year visa)
- prove you have enough personal savings (at least £1,270, unless you’re exempt)

Healthcare surcharge:
You - and your partner or children - will not have to pay the healthcare surcharge.

What you can and cannot do
You can:
- work in an eligible job
- take on additional work in certain circumstances
- do voluntary work
- study
- bring your partner and children with you as your ‘dependants’, if they’re eligible
- travel abroad and return to the UK
- apply to settle permanently in the UK (also known as ‘indefinite leave to remain’) if you’ve lived in the UK for 5 years and meet the other eligibility requirements

You cannot:
- apply for most benefits (public funds), or the State Pension
- change jobs or employer unless you update your visa.

Look up Tier 2 licensed sponsors -> https://uktiersponsors.co.uk/

Apply for NHS UK Jobs -> https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/

Apply for NHS Scotland Jobs -> https://jobs.scot.nhs.uk/

Search for Tier 2 Care Assistant jobs -> https://uk.indeed.com/m/jobs?q=visa+sponsorship+care&limit=20&filter=0

For the HACW visa, if your profession is among those listed below, then you need to register with the UK Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) first in order to obtain a license to practise in the UK, before you can apply for a UK job offer.
https://www.hcpc-uk.org/registration/getting-on-the-register/international-applications/

PROFESSIONS REGULATED BY THE HCPC (Source - #HCPCRegistrationGuide):

1. ARTS THERAPIST

2. CHIROPODIST/PODIATRIST

3. CLINICAL SCIENTIST (MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGISTS & BIOCHEMISTS ARE WELCOME TO REGISTER AS CLINICAL SCIENTISTS ONLY IF THEY'VE HAD COPIOUS LABORATORY EXPERIENCE)

4. DIETICIAN

5. BIOMEDICAL SCIENTIST (ALSO KNOWN AS MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE)

6. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

7. ORTHOPTIST

8. PARAMEDIC

9. PHYSIOTHERAPIST

10. PROSTHETIST/ORTHOTIST

11. RADIOGRAPHER

12. SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPIST

13. OPERATING DEPARTMENT PRACTITIONER

14. PRACTIONER PSYCHOLOGIST

15. HEARING AND DISPENSER


*Regulatory bodies for other health professions*

There are a number of other regulatory organisations in the UK which regulate other health and care professions, you just have to dig up the internet (Google) to find out which one regulates yours.

*The following professions listed below are NOT regulated by the HCPC.

1. Nurses, midwives, public health or radiology nurses

2. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians

3. Medical Laboratory Technicians and Radiography Technicians

4. Doctors

5. Optometrists

6. Dentists, dental therapists, dental technicians and orthodontic therapists

7. Social workers

8. Anatomists

And so on....

To all those asking for guidance on CV creation, just go to uk.indeed.com, sign up and enter your details (personal data, work experience, education etc) in order to create a free CV. This will automatically be used as your CV (to populate/autofill your profile) for any job you're applying for via the indeed platform. You can also download this CV as pdf and use it to apply for jobs on other platforms.

You can try some of the online learning platforms that have been suggested here by others such as Caredemy, Florence Academy, Alison, Reed, etc. Relevant courses include the Care Certificate (15 care standards) or other Health and Social Care diploma and certificate courses, which should be CPD-accredited. Florence Academy certificates are free, while most other platforms charge small amounts of money for certificates. Duration is self paced.

If you're looking to have practical care experience, then you may have to look for any of the following, convenient for you, and volunteer or work for a sufficient length of time: a good hospital, old people's home, home for the disabled, orphanage (for child and adolescent care experience), destitute home, etc. Whichever you go for, endeavour to get a proof of your work experience, be it a letter of attestation or recommendation, at the end of your volunteerism or work.

Search for the SOC/ONS code for your profession on https://onsdigital.github.io/dp-classification-tools/standard-occupational-classification/mobile_occupation_coding_tool.html?fullversion=no

GENERAL NOTICE:
Please there are differences between ECCTIS (formerly NARIC) and ENIC in purposes, requirements and prices.

ECCTIS (formerly NARIC)
You can use this service to prove your English language proficiency (instead of IELTS for UKVI), and also show that your Nigerian/non-UK bachelor's, master's or PhD degree is equivalent to that obtained in the UK. For this, you need to upload your final certificate, transcripts, and an official letter from your university which states that your course was taught in English language. The price for Ecctis service is £140 + VAT (excluding delivery cost).
On the Ecctis website: "The Visas and Nationality (English proficiency) services support you if you need to evidence the level of your degree and/or your English language proficiency for the UK Home Office."
Link: https://www.ecctis.com/visasandnationality

ENIC
If you already have a proof of English language (eg. IELTS for UKVI, Ecctis, etc) but, perhaps you still need to ONLY show equivalence of your Nigerian/non-UK qualification (WASSCE/NECO/GCE and/or bachelor's degree, etc) to that obtained in the UK, without English language proficiency, then what you should go for is ENIC Statement of Comparability. For this, you only need to upload your final certificates and transcripts, and the price is £49.50 + VAT (excluding delivery cost).
On the ENIC website: "Statement Of Comparability: A general purpose statement of qualification comparability. This service is for you if you need to evidence the level of your overseas qualification for employment, study, professional registration or another reason."
Link: https://enic.org.uk/Qualifications/SOC/Default.aspx


Please let's accord this thread the publicity it deserves by getting it to the front page, so that our brothers and sisters who aren't aware of this opportunity can see it and benefit from it. Thanks.

~Your brother, Uzland.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by bigtt76(f): 11:56pm On Sep 11, 2021
Ok how do you get an employer to sponsor you naaa?

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Uzland: 12:07am On Sep 12, 2021
bigtt76:
Ok how do you get an employer to sponsor you naaa?
The post has been updated with links to get healthcare job openings in the UK.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by zagorakis(m): 4:31am On Sep 12, 2021
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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by RennyKitty: 4:15pm On Sep 12, 2021
Please can anyone with useful information and tips on how to get an employer to sponsor you from outside the uk. All the jobs application have been rejected due to inability of the employers to sponsor. And from my findings the Certificate of sponsorship is the core document for the visa application. Please let the people who have gone through this route or have concrete ideas help us before the route gets saturated with other nationalities. Let this cup not pass us by please

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by cookies: 3:42pm On Sep 14, 2021
Thanks for starting this thread.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by omopapa: 10:32pm On Sep 14, 2021
smiley

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by corpershun: 10:35pm On Sep 14, 2021
Please can those who have applied for PSW and gotten it come educate us about it more.
That 2years will come in very handy.
That’s why most people are even considering/considered the UK in the first place.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by thiagoteres(m): 11:06pm On Sep 14, 2021
RennyKitty:
Please can anyone with useful information and tips on how to get an employer to sponsor you from outside the uk. All the jobs application have been rejected due to inability of the employers to sponsor. And from my findings the Certificate of sponsorship is the core document for the visa application. Please let the people who have gone through this route or have concrete ideas help us before the route gets saturated with other nationalities. Let this cup not pass us by please
You apply for jobs you are eligible for by tailoring your application to the person specification of the role.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Clarine: 12:32am On Sep 15, 2021
Kindly note that only Senior Health care Assistants are been sponsored. HCA is not a skilled job. It required nothing. That is why only senior carers are sponsored. This is just one occupation under this visa route. Physiotherapy and other health Care workers can apply. For you to get a job as a senior Carer, you will need to have NVQ3 at least and get a job.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Thegamingorca(m): 3:45am On Sep 15, 2021
Health and care visa
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by rabola1(f): 6:30am On Sep 15, 2021
Nice, thanks for starting this

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Uzland: 6:59am On Sep 15, 2021
Clarine:
Kindly note that only Senior Health care Assistants are been sponsored. HCA is not a skilled job. It required nothing. That is why only senior carers are sponsored. This is just one occupation under this visa route. Physiotherapy and other health Care workers can apply. For you to get a job as a senior Carer, you will need to have NVQ3 at least and get a job.
WOW! Thanks for this info. A lot of people were hoping to go through this HCA. Now, they can be better prepared.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by jagbasneh(m): 7:50am On Sep 15, 2021
Eligibility:
To qualify for a Skilled Worker visa, you must:
- work for a UK employer that’s been approved by the Home Office
- have a ‘certificate of sponsorship’ from your employer with information about the role you’ve been offered in the UK
- do a job that’s on the list of eligible occupations
- be paid a minimum salary - how much depends on the type of work you do

*The specific eligibility depends on your job.


My question now is, how can someone outside UK apply, especially we in naija

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Ralphlauren(m): 9:13am On Sep 15, 2021
Uzland

Does the shortage occupation list still exist? If yes, please add the link to your original post. I'm sure many will find it helpful.
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Hwy9: 11:18am On Sep 15, 2021
Hello everyone, thanks for creating.

I have a question on CoS. My employer provided my CoS over two weeks ago which I updated on my visa application. However, I was able to renegotiate my annual pay which led to my recruiter insisting that I will have to get an updated CoS to reflect my new pay before I can proceed with my application.

I am just wondering what will be the implication if I use the old annual pay as it is also above the minimum pay for tier 2 visa.
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Uzland: 12:32pm On Sep 15, 2021
Ralphlauren:
Uzland

Does the shortage occupation list still exist? If yes, please add the link to your original post. I'm sure many will find it helpful.

OK, that's great. Done!
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Marytee2: 6:44pm On Sep 15, 2021
They are right. Your COS should accurately reflect your salary.
Hwy9:
Hello everyone, thanks for creating.

I have a question on CoS. My employer provided my CoS over two weeks ago which I updated on my visa application. However, I was able to renegotiate my annual pay which led to my recruiter insisting that I will have to get an updated CoS to reflect my new pay before I can proceed with my application.

I am just wondering what will be the implication if I use the old annual pay as it is also above the minimum pay for tier 2 visa.
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Uzland: 9:56pm On Sep 15, 2021
Hwy9:
Hello everyone, thanks for creating.

I have a question on CoS. My employer provided my CoS over two weeks ago which I updated on my visa application. However, I was able to renegotiate my annual pay which led to my recruiter insisting that I will have to get an updated CoS to reflect my new pay before I can proceed with my application.

I am just wondering what will be the implication if I use the old annual pay as it is also above the minimum pay for tier 2 visa.
Hi! Please share with us, step by step, how you were able to get a CoS from an employer. We're all here to learn from one another.smiley

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by rabola1(f): 10:35am On Sep 16, 2021
Saw this and thought I should share

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by RennyKitty: 1:57pm On Sep 16, 2021
Thank you for your thoughtfulness. But the link isn’t connecting and even while I tried to use google there wasn’t any precise page. Moreso to the general audience please is it only nurses that qualify to apply for the senior carer role. How about people who trained as Nursing auxiliaries and have certificates from Colleges of health technology here in Nigeria ? Can that fly as a NVQ3 equivalent? Putting in mind that health colleges here also do their practical trainings in hospitals and work alongside doctors and nurses. Registered nurses applying as a carer seem like career retrogression to me though. Sorry just saying. Also if anyone knows the accredited links to take the city and guilds exams and training please leave a comment. Thank you
rabola1:
Saw this and thought I should share
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by babajeje123(m): 9:19pm On Sep 16, 2021
RennyKitty:
Thank you for your thoughtfulness. But the link isn’t connecting and even while I tried to use google there wasn’t any precise page. Moreso to the general audience please is it only nurses that qualify to apply for the senior carer role. How about people who trained as Nursing auxiliaries and have certificates from Colleges of health technology here in Nigeria ? Can that fly as a NVQ3 equivalent? Putting in mind that health colleges here also do their practical trainings in hospitals and work alongside doctors and nurses. Registered nurses applying as a carer seem like career retrogression to me though. Sorry just saying. Also if anyone knows the accredited links to take the city and guilds exams and training please leave a comment. Thank you
Lol, even Nigerian medical doctors are carers upon arrival in the UK. Ask around.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by RennyKitty: 9:31pm On Sep 16, 2021
Oh well, I don’t know about other countries but for the Uk. I have heard of nurses migrating and practicing in their field upon arrival to the UK provided they pass the NMC exam and have the Pin. And doctors too once they pass the plab exam or so. There’s another thread entirely for nurses and doctors and there are people who have gone through that route on that thread
babajeje123:

Lol, even Nigerian medical doctors are careers upon arrival in the UK. Ask around.
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by wowdiva: 11:58pm On Sep 16, 2021
Thanks uzland for the initiative, I was told it's only recruiting agencies that can help get jobs as HCA.
Has anyone gotten sponsorship for senior care assistant or HCA.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Hwy9: 11:52am On Sep 17, 2021
Uzland:

Hi! Please share with us, step by step, how you were able to get a CoS from an employer. We're all here to learn from one another.smiley


Typically, before you can be issued a certificate of sponsorship (COS) by your potential employer. You must have been offered employment in the UK which meets the minimum pay for immigrants.

On accepting the offer, you go through some screening which varies amongst employers. Every employer/organization have specific onboarding activities which varies from background checks, filling of forms, signing some agreements etc.

You are expected to also have prove your knowledge of English language, TB test results (All this have been stated in the first post).

Once you submit all the necessary documents to your employer, they will start processing your COS. You don't have to do anything else but wait patiently till they send it to you. Once you receive the COS, you quote the COS ref number on your visa application.

Let me know if there is any other contribution you think might be helpful.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Fiestafetta: 12:02pm On Sep 17, 2021
Please is anybody know the recruitment/staffing agencies that recruit for Social work or equivalent role with COS? Any idea please
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Uzland: 4:51pm On Sep 17, 2021
rabola1:
Saw this and thought I should share
Please can you write the contents of this pdf, cos the download link isn't valid?
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Uzland: 9:44pm On Sep 17, 2021
Hwy9:
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Typically, before you can be issued a certificate of sponsorship (COS) by your potential employer. You must have been offered employment in the UK which meets the minimum pay for immigrants.

On accepting the offer, you go through some screening which varies amongst employers. Every employer/organization have specific onboarding activities which varies from background checks, filling of forms, signing some agreements etc.

You are expected to also have prove your knowledge of English language, TB test results (All this have been stated in the first post).

Once you submit all the necessary documents to your employer, they will start processing your COS. You don't have to do anything else but wait patiently till they send it to you. Once you receive the COS, you quote the COS ref number on your visa application.

Let me know if there is any other contribution you think might be helpful.
Thanks for your response. Please we'd like you to tell us your own story. How did you start? Where did you apply to? How did you get the offer of employment before you were issued a CoS? What's your job ONS code? And other things... smiley

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by ednut91(m): 11:06pm On Sep 17, 2021
Op, thanks for the information, but the visa fee u wrote for shortage occupation job is kind of confusing. You wrote £464 for 3years visa and at the tail end of ur write up u wrote £232 as visa fee for 3years...pls I'm kind of confused here.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa by Hwy9: 4:28am On Sep 18, 2021
Uzland:

Thanks for your response. Please we'd like you to tell us your own story. How did you start? Where did you apply to? How did you get the offer of employment before you were issued a CoS? What's your job ONS code? And other things... smiley

It's an accounting related job. I was contacted by a recruiter via LinkedIn. I was scheduled for 2 interviews in succession and was offered employment.

Pretty straightforward!

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