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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Janeyy22: 2:55pm On Apr 07, 2022
TomatoSauce1:


Please did you submit any care certificate?
Would appreciate your response.

Hi good afternoon, please can you check your mail and reply me, its actually urgent before I make a mistake pls. Thank you
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by TomatoSauce1: 3:16pm On Apr 07, 2022
Hello Everyone, my visa is out!! Thank you God and thanks to all who responded to my questions.
Timeline:
Job offer: November 2021, senior care worker
Cos: February 2022
Biometrics: 23 March 2022
Collected passport today.

I have been a silent reader for some time now and I can see that it is not very easy getting a job. I want to share my experience and I hope it can be of help.

I reside in Nigeria and I got this job through networking, basically through a family member in the UK. I do not have a health degree or certification. I was introduced to my employer and one key thing he asked me was if I could drive and I said yes. He basically wanted to know if I genuinely wanted to work as a carer. Afterwards, came the job offer. At that time they had just applied for their sponsorship license. I was asked to submit my passport data page in February and shortly after I was sent my Cos.
I did my TB test, got police clearance and the rest is history.
When it came to visa application I was worried because I didn't have any care certification but my employer told me I would be trained so that was not a problem.

One thing I try to do for all my visa applications is to keep it simple. Hence, documents I submitted are:
Cos, TB cert, Police cert, marriage certificate, UK MSc degree as proof of english, previous visas and travel history. Disclaimer: there are no hard and fast rule to this, submit documents according to your individual circumstances and follow what's on the ukvi website.

Based on my experience one thing I can advice is network, network and network with those you know in the UK, this is one way people get jobs, not just in health care but other sectors.
Secondly I noticed ability to drive is a major criteria, so if you don't know how to drive, you can learn. Although my employer mentioned that wages are higher for those who drive.

I hope my long epistle is helpful, I may not be able to answer all questions, but I will try as much as I can to give answers.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Hanzzyyy(m): 3:41pm On Apr 07, 2022
HELLO MEMBERS, I WANT TO ANNOUNCE THAT THERE IS A CHANGE IN UK VISA APPLICATION FEES, SO CHECK TO KNOW YOUR BUDGET VIA THE UK GOV. WEBSITE BELOW, THANK YOU ~ Hanzzyyy
"Home Office immigration and nationality fees: 6 April 2022 - GOV.UK" https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/visa-regulations-revised-table/home-office-immigration-and-nationality-fees-6-april-2022

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by omis1(m): 3:46pm On Apr 07, 2022
Perfecttouchade:
please share with us your IELTS experience.. I have someone preparing to write and needs info about it..how can I reach u chief
Omidiya1@gmail.com
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Aramide2041(f): 3:57pm On Apr 07, 2022
TomatoSauce1:
Hello Everyone, my visa is out!! Thank you God and thanks to all who responded to my questions.
Timeline:
Job offer: November 2021, senior care worker
Cos: February 2022
Biometrics: 23 March 2022
Collected passport today.

I have been a silent reader for some time now and I can see that it is not very easy getting a job. I want to share my experience and I hope it can be of help.

I reside in Nigeria and I got this job through networking, basically through a family member in the UK. I do not have a health degree or certification. I was introduced to my employer and one key thing he asked me was if I could drive and I said yes. He basically wanted to know if I genuinely wanted to work as a carer. Afterwards, came the job offer. At that time they had just applied for their sponsorship license. I was asked to submit my passport data page in February and shortly after I was sent my Cos.
I did my TB test, got police clearance and the rest is history.
When it came to visa application I was worried because I didn't have any care certification but my employer told me I would be trained so that was not a problem.

One thing I try to do for all my visa applications is to keep it simple. Hence, documents I submitted are:
Cos, TB cert, Police cert, marriage certificate, UK MSc degree as proof of english, previous visas and travel history. Disclaimer: there are no hard and fast rule to this, submit documents according to your individual circumstances and follow what's on the ukvi website.

Based on my experience one thing I can advice is network, network and network with those you know in the UK, this is one way people get jobs, not just in health care but other sectors.
Secondly I noticed ability to drive is a major criteria, so if you don't know how to drive, you can learn. Although my employer mentioned that wages are higher for those who drive.

I hope my long epistle is helpful, I may not be able to answer all questions, but I will try as much as I can to give answers.


Congratulations

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by TomatoSauce1: 4:03pm On Apr 07, 2022
Aramide2041:



Congratulations

Thank you

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Marike2: 4:04pm On Apr 07, 2022
TomatoSauce1:
Hello Everyone, my visa is out!! Thank you God and thanks to all who responded to my questions.
Timeline:
Job offer: November 2021, senior care worker
Cos: February 2022
Biometrics: 23 March 2022
Collected passport today.

I have been a silent reader for some time now and I can see that it is not very easy getting a job. I want to share my experience and I hope it can be of help.

I reside in Nigeria and I got this job through networking, basically through a family member in the UK. I do not have a health degree or certification. I was introduced to my employer and one key thing he asked me was if I could drive and I said yes. He basically wanted to know if I genuinely wanted to work as a carer. Afterwards, came the job offer. At that time they had just applied for their sponsorship license. I was asked to submit my passport data page in February and shortly after I was sent my Cos.
I did my TB test, got police clearance and the rest is history.
When it came to visa application I was worried because I didn't have any care certification but my employer told me I would be trained so that was not a problem.

One thing I try to do for all my visa applications is to keep it simple. Hence, documents I submitted are:
Cos, TB cert, Police cert, marriage certificate, UK MSc degree as proof of english, previous visas and travel history. Disclaimer: there are no hard and fast rule to this, submit documents according to your individual circumstances and follow what's on the ukvi website.

Based on my experience one thing I can advice is network, network and network with those you know in the UK, this is one way people get jobs, not just in health care but other sectors.
Secondly I noticed ability to drive is a major criteria, so if you don't know how to drive, you can learn. Although my employer mentioned that wages are higher for those who drive.

I hope my long epistle is helpful, I may not be able to answer all questions, but I will try as much as I can to give answers.

Congrats! May COS fall on us too! cheesy
Pls can you help me answer these questions:
1) Does COS include expenses/funding of the principal applicant plus the dependants?
2) What does COS cover?
3) Was the marriage certificate a requirement for the COS or visa application?

Thanks as I await your response.
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by sarssy: 4:41pm On Apr 07, 2022
Congratulations. I receive my own soon.

I have the same job offer, only that i have been waiting for COS for a while now. It seems yours didn't take time to be out. Can you share time-line for your cos?

Also my second question will depend on if you applied with family or alone. Thanks
TomatoSauce1:
Hello Everyone, my visa is out!! Thank you God and thanks to all who responded to my questions.
Timeline:
Job offer: November 2021, senior care worker
Cos: February 2022
Biometrics: 23 March 2022
Collected passport today.

I have been a silent reader for some time now and I can see that it is not very easy getting a job. I want to share my experience and I hope it can be of help.

I reside in Nigeria and I got this job through networking, basically through a family member in the UK. I do not have a health degree or certification. I was introduced to my employer and one key thing he asked me was if I could drive and I said yes. He basically wanted to know if I genuinely wanted to work as a carer. Afterwards, came the job offer. At that time they had just applied for their sponsorship license. I was asked to submit my passport data page in February and shortly after I was sent my Cos.
I did my TB test, got police clearance and the rest is history.
When it came to visa application I was worried because I didn't have any care certification but my employer told me I would be trained so that was not a problem.

One thing I try to do for all my visa applications is to keep it simple. Hence, documents I submitted are:
Cos, TB cert, Police cert, marriage certificate, UK MSc degree as proof of english, previous visas and travel history. Disclaimer: there are no hard and fast rule to this, submit documents according to your individual circumstances and follow what's on the ukvi website.

Based on my experience one thing I can advice is network, network and network with those you know in the UK, this is one way people get jobs, not just in health care but other sectors.
Secondly I noticed ability to drive is a major criteria, so if you don't know how to drive, you can learn. Although my employer mentioned that wages are higher for those who drive.

I hope my long epistle is helpful, I may not be able to answer all questions, but I will try as much as I can to give answers.
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by sarssy: 4:44pm On Apr 07, 2022
Aramide2041:



Congratulations

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by sarssy: 4:46pm On Apr 07, 2022
Sorry one last question, is your cos 3 or 5 years?

TomatoSauce1:
Hello Everyone, my visa is out!! Thank you God and thanks to all who responded to my questions.
Timeline:
Job offer: November 2021, senior care worker
Cos: February 2022
Biometrics: 23 March 2022
Collected passport today.

I have been a silent reader for some time now and I can see that it is not very easy getting a job. I want to share my experience and I hope it can be of help.

I reside in Nigeria and I got this job through networking, basically through a family member in the UK. I do not have a health degree or certification. I was introduced to my employer and one key thing he asked me was if I could drive and I said yes. He basically wanted to know if I genuinely wanted to work as a carer. Afterwards, came the job offer. At that time they had just applied for their sponsorship license. I was asked to submit my passport data page in February and shortly after I was sent my Cos.
I did my TB test, got police clearance and the rest is history.
When it came to visa application I was worried because I didn't have any care certification but my employer told me I would be trained so that was not a problem.

One thing I try to do for all my visa applications is to keep it simple. Hence, documents I submitted are:
Cos, TB cert, Police cert, marriage certificate, UK MSc degree as proof of english, previous visas and travel history. Disclaimer: there are no hard and fast rule to this, submit documents according to your individual circumstances and follow what's on the ukvi website.

Based on my experience one thing I can advice is network, network and network with those you know in the UK, this is one way people get jobs, not just in health care but other sectors.
Secondly I noticed ability to drive is a major criteria, so if you don't know how to drive, you can learn. Although my employer mentioned that wages are higher for those who drive.

I hope my long epistle is helpful, I may not be able to answer all questions, but I will try as much as I can to give answers.
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Baccus85: 4:50pm On Apr 07, 2022
Richdee1:
Please why is no one answering, if it's possible please help us drop format of CV for the care Work we are all applying for

Abeg ehn
Biko please
You can take out important words and help us with it, make we fill in

It’s not hard just visit indeed.uk and start up a new cv input all your information and education background and the bottom of the site you will see your cv download it and make use of it

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Baccus85: 5:33pm On Apr 07, 2022
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Queengold1: 6:25pm On Apr 07, 2022
TomatoSauce1:
Hello Everyone, my visa is out!! Thank you God and thanks to all who responded to my questions.
Timeline:
Job offer: November 2021, senior care worker
Cos: February 2022
Biometrics: 23 March 2022
Collected passport today.

I have been a silent reader for some time now and I can see that it is not very easy getting a job. I want to share my experience and I hope it can be of help.

I reside in Nigeria and I got this job through networking, basically through a family member in the UK. I do not have a health degree or certification. I was introduced to my employer and one key thing he asked me was if I could drive and I said yes. He basically wanted to know if I genuinely wanted to work as a carer. Afterwards, came the job offer. At that time they had just applied for their sponsorship license. I was asked to submit my passport data page in February and shortly after I was sent my Cos.
I did my TB test, got police clearance and the rest is history.
When it came to visa application I was worried because I didn't have any care certification but my employer told me I would be trained so that was not a problem.

One thing I try to do for all my visa applications is to keep it simple. Hence, documents I submitted are:
Cos, TB cert, Police cert, marriage certificate, UK MSc degree as proof of english, previous visas and travel history. Disclaimer: there are no hard and fast rule to this, submit documents according to your individual circumstances and follow what's on the ukvi website.

Based on my experience one thing I can advice is network, network and network with those you know in the UK, this is one way people get jobs, not just in health care but other sectors.
Secondly I noticed ability to drive is a major criteria, so if you don't know how to drive, you can learn. Although my employer mentioned that wages are higher for those who drive.

I hope my long epistle is helpful, I may not be able to answer all questions, but I will try as much as I can to give answers.
Congratulations dear i tap in this testimony
Safe travels
Please how long did it take between application and collection of visa i mean when did you apply.
How did you pay? Paga or batter or dom account?
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Plattin: 6:44pm On Apr 07, 2022
TomatoSauce1:
Hello Everyone, my visa is out!! Thank you God and thanks to all who responded to my questions.
Timeline:
Job offer: November 2021, senior care worker
Cos: February 2022
Biometrics: 23 March 2022
Collected passport today.

I have been a silent reader for some time now and I can see that it is not very easy getting a job. I want to share my experience and I hope it can be of help.

I reside in Nigeria and I got this job through networking, basically through a family member in the UK. I do not have a health degree or certification. I was introduced to my employer and one key thing he asked me was if I could drive and I said yes. He basically wanted to know if I genuinely wanted to work as a carer. Afterwards, came the job offer. At that time they had just applied for their sponsorship license. I was asked to submit my passport data page in February and shortly after I was sent my Cos.
I did my TB test, got police clearance and the rest is history.
When it came to visa application I was worried because I didn't have any care certification but my employer told me I would be trained so that was not a problem.

One thing I try to do for all my visa applications is to keep it simple. Hence, documents I submitted are:
Cos, TB cert, Police cert, marriage certificate, UK MSc degree as proof of english, previous visas and travel history. Disclaimer: there are no hard and fast rule to this, submit documents according to your individual circumstances and follow what's on the ukvi website.

Based on my experience one thing I can advice is network, network and network with those you know in the UK, this is one way people get jobs, not just in health care but other sectors.
Secondly I noticed ability to drive is a major criteria, so if you don't know how to drive, you can learn. Although my employer mentioned that wages are higher for those who drive.

I hope my long epistle is helpful, I may not be able to answer all questions, but I will try as much as I can to give answers.

Congratulations. I pray to give this testimony too. I am still at the job searching phase. Good luck to all of us.
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Perfecttouchade: 6:48pm On Apr 07, 2022
omis1:

Omidiya1@gmail.com
sent you a mail chief
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Janeyy22: 7:40pm On Apr 07, 2022
TomatoSauce1:
Hello Everyone, my visa is out!! Thank you God and thanks to all who responded to my questions.
Timeline:
Job offer: November 2021, senior care worker
Cos: February 2022
Biometrics: 23 March 2022
Collected passport today.

I have been a silent reader for some time now and I can see that it is not very easy getting a job. I want to share my experience and I hope it can be of help.

I reside in Nigeria and I got this job through networking, basically through a family member in the UK. I do not have a health degree or certification. I was introduced to my employer and one key thing he asked me was if I could drive and I said yes. He basically wanted to know if I genuinely wanted to work as a carer. Afterwards, came the job offer. At that time they had just applied for their sponsorship license. I was asked to submit my passport data page in February and shortly after I was sent my Cos.
I did my TB test, got police clearance and the rest is history.
When it came to visa application I was worried because I didn't have any care certification but my employer told me I would be trained so that was not a problem.

One thing I try to do for all my visa applications is to keep it simple. Hence, documents I submitted are:
Cos, TB cert, Police cert, marriage certificate, UK MSc degree as proof of english, previous visas and travel history. Disclaimer: there are no hard and fast rule to this, submit documents according to your individual circumstances and follow what's on the ukvi website.

Based on my experience one thing I can advice is network, network and network with those you know in the UK, this is one way people get jobs, not just in health care but other sectors.
Secondly I noticed ability to drive is a major criteria, so if you don't know how to drive, you can learn. Although my employer mentioned that wages are higher for those who drive.

I hope my long epistle is helpful, I may not be able to answer all questions, but I will try as much as I can to give answers.

Ok I understand it now. Thanks
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by bola01234: 8:17pm On Apr 07, 2022
TomatoSauce1:
Hello Everyone, my visa is out!! Thank you God and thanks to all who responded to my questions.
Timeline:
Job offer: November 2021, senior care worker
Cos: February 2022
Biometrics: 23 March 2022
Collected passport today.

I have been a silent reader for some time now and I can see that it is not very easy getting a job. I want to share my experience and I hope it can be of help.

I reside in Nigeria and I got this job through networking, basically through a family member in the UK. I do not have a health degree or certification. I was introduced to my employer and one key thing he asked me was if I could drive and I said yes. He basically wanted to know if I genuinely wanted to work as a carer. Afterwards, came the job offer. At that time they had just applied for their sponsorship license. I was asked to submit my passport data page in February and shortly after I was sent my Cos.
I did my TB test, got police clearance and the rest is history.
When it came to visa application I was worried because I didn't have any care certification but my employer told me I would be trained so that was not a problem.

One thing I try to do for all my visa applications is to keep it simple. Hence, documents I submitted are:
Cos, TB cert, Police cert, marriage certificate, UK MSc degree as proof of english, previous visas and travel history. Disclaimer: there are no hard and fast rule to this, submit documents according to your individual circumstances and follow what's on the ukvi website.

Based on my experience one thing I can advice is network, network and network with those you know in the UK, this is one way people get jobs, not just in health care but other sectors.
Secondly I noticed ability to drive is a major criteria, so if you don't know how to drive, you can learn. Although my employer mentioned that wages are higher for those who drive.

I hope my long epistle is helpful, I may not be able to answer all questions, but I will try as much as I can to give answers.

Give us the name of the care home na
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by efilefun(m): 9:14pm On Apr 07, 2022
VISA ALERT
Biometrics March 9th
Passport Returned March 30th.

One thing I notice on this thread is most people are focused on England and NHS only, forgetting UK consists of Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man and Northern Ireland also….

This thread had been so helpful, thanks to everyone who shared one information or the other on here.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by TomatoSauce1: 9:46pm On Apr 07, 2022
Marike2:


Congrats! May COS fall on us too! cheesy
Pls can you help me answer these questions:
1) Does COS include expenses/funding of the principal applicant plus the dependants?
2) What does COS cover?
3) Was the marriage certificate a requirement for the COS or visa application?

Thanks as I await your response.

1) My employer is providing maintenance for just me

2) I don't understand this question, but I would advice you read more on the UK website

3) I submitted my marriage certificate to show I'm married and the reason for change of name
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by TomatoSauce1: 9:47pm On Apr 07, 2022
efilefun:
VISA ALERT
Biometrics March 9th
Passport Returned March 30th.

One thing I notice on this thread is most people are focused on England and NHS only, forgetting UK consists of Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man and Northern Ireland also….

This thread had been so helpful, thanks to everyone who shared one information or the other on here.

Congratulations
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by TomatoSauce1: 9:49pm On Apr 07, 2022
[quote author=Queengold1 post=111738772]
Congratulations dear i tap in this testimony
Safe travels
Please how long did it take between application and collection of visa i mean when did you apply.
How did you pay? Paga or batter or dom

I posted the timeline on my post. It took 2 weeks.
I paid using my card for my Dom account
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by TomatoSauce1: 9:51pm On Apr 07, 2022
sarssy:
Congratulations. I receive my own soon.

I have the same job offer, only that i have been waiting for COS for a while now. It seems yours didn't take time to be out. Can you share time-line for your cos?

Also my second question will depend on if you applied with family or alone. Thanks

Timeline is on my previous post

I applied alone, my family would join me later
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by TomatoSauce1: 10:01pm On Apr 07, 2022
sarssy:
Sorry one last question, is your cos 3 or 5 years?


The CoS itself is valid for 3 months.
On my cos, my employer paid immigration skills charge for 5 years, hence my application was for more than 3 years. On my approval letter, I was given permission to be in the UK for 5Years.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Emurate1: 10:14pm On Apr 07, 2022
TomatoSauce1:


The CoS itself is valid for 3 months.
On my cos, my employer paid immigration skills charge for 5 years, hence my application was for more than 3 years. On my approval letter, I was given permission to be in the UK for 5Years.

5 years? That's really good
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Emurate1: 10:15pm On Apr 07, 2022
efilefun:
VISA ALERT
Biometrics March 9th
Passport Returned March 30th.

One thing I notice on this thread is most people are focused on England and NHS only, forgetting UK consists of Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man and Northern Ireland also….

This thread had been so helpful, thanks to everyone who shared one information or the other on here.

Lol. Your first point is very valid. The first time I searched for care homes outside England, that was the first interview I got
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Emurate1: 10:19pm On Apr 07, 2022
efilefun:
VISA ALERT
Biometrics March 9th
Passport Returned March 30th.

One thing I notice on this thread is most people are focused on England and NHS only, forgetting UK consists of Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man and Northern Ireland also….

This thread had been so helpful, thanks to everyone who shared one information or the other on here.

Is this for Senior Carer or Health Care Assistant?
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by AllisonUK: 10:48pm On Apr 07, 2022
efilefun:
VISA ALERT
Biometrics March 9th
Passport Returned March 30th.

One thing I notice on this thread is most people are focused on England and NHS only, forgetting UK consists of Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man and Northern Ireland also….

This thread had been so helpful, thanks to everyone who shared one information or the other on here.

I get you, but the Isle of man is not UK. Saw a very enticing job there once too, but was not understanding the visa mata ...
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by AllisonUK: 10:51pm On Apr 07, 2022
Congrats to everyone making it. I feel happy to see people happy. Perhaps I'm a natural carer afterall. Although, this might be the proverbial time that "God picks up calls", I'm beginning to study for my gre to face America. Still wish me well.

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Emurate1: 11:44pm On Apr 07, 2022
AllisonUK:
Congrats to everyone making it. I feel happy to see people happy. Perhaps I'm a natural carer afterall. Although, this might be the proverbial time that "God picks up calls", I'm beginning to study for my gre to face America. Still wish me well.

Good luck. We should always make other plans
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by efilefun(m): 2:41am On Apr 08, 2022
AllisonUK:


I get you, but the Isle of man is not UK. Saw a very enticing job there once too, but was not understanding the visa mata ...
It is part of the UK
Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by efilefun(m): 2:42am On Apr 08, 2022
Emurate1:


Is this for Senior Carer or Health Care Assistant?
Nope, pharmacist

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Re: UK Skilled Worker Visa / Health And Care Worker Visa / Qualified Teacher Route by Bostin(m): 3:54am On Apr 08, 2022
Queengold1:

Congratulations dear i tap in this testimony
Safe travels
Please how long did it take between application and collection of visa i mean when did you apply.
How did you pay? Paga or batter or dom account?
How was your PTE test result , did you take extra practice for it or just went for it without practice test ?

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