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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by iyatrustee(f): 1:06pm On Nov 29, 2023
ehizario2012:


How much colder will it get please?? At 1° degrees it's already so so cold here in s63. Cold giving headache!

After 1° na 0° remain! Minus something degrees still dey wait you for front!

-1, -2, -3, -4,-5,-6,-7,-8-9

Choose your minus carefully! cheesy


@Bigtt76, please what information have you gotten about police clearance? Someone I know here needs it urgently.
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Lexusgs430: 1:18pm On Nov 29, 2023
Goke7:


and you go dress like ninja, where you will use 20 mins to UnCloth if you want to go for 30 mins break!


Fortunately, we all appreciate our small beningin........🤣😁



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlB7HReFejE?si=mkWvcsoOcwArjU4w
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Lexusgs430: 1:20pm On Nov 29, 2023
ehizario2012:


How much colder will it get please?? At 1° degrees it's already so so cold here in s63. Cold giving headache!

E don be you like say, you dey smoke cigarette.........😜🤣😁

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Goke7: 1:33pm On Nov 29, 2023
Lexusgs430:



Fortunately, we all appreciate our small beningin........🤣😁



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlB7HReFejE?si=mkWvcsoOcwArjU4w

na something like this uk cold fit cause o grin
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Queenhadassah: 2:04pm On Nov 29, 2023
Hello house, I have a 4 year old daughter ( her birth was 4th November) and I want to register her in reception instead of nursery which is recommended due to the fact that her 4th birthday was after 31st August. We just moved to the UK in September and she hasn't started school yet. I want to know if it's possible to register her for reception instead of nursery. NB: my daughter was already learning to read in Nigeria, the things that are taught in reception she knows them already. I feel taking her back to nursery is like a double demotion.

Thanks, as I await your feedbacks.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Tier4Dependant: 3:01pm On Nov 29, 2023
ehizario2012:
One really has to commend the doggedness of the ancestors here, those 2009 set etc who did care jobs, security jobs, sausage in the cold etc even without promise of sponsorship. That's real hustling with faith. 👍

There is dignity in labor and I love this country because you are respected in any profession, real respect I mean and your pay is a living wage, a wage that can make you drive good cars and even plan for the future. Just see how much mechanics charge?! DIY is so important in UK except u want to spend so much on little things.

I currently work at Amazon, my wife is on sponsorship and works in care. But I am also planning to go into support/NHS, apart from another sponsorship route, I am genuinely beginning to see pathway to the top in health and social care. These oyinbos don't read much and they are quite comfortable staying on a spot, with our level of zeal and energy we can get qualifications faster and move up the ladder. A guy I know finished NVQ 3 in just about 2 months while his colleagues use 6 months on average...

In all of this, I'm still writing my Universally acclaimed accounting certification exams... For me, this is a path I am exploring and so help me God.

These timelines can’t be correct
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by ehizario2012: 3:13pm On Nov 29, 2023
Lexusgs430:


Life is a ladder 🪜🪜🪜🪜🪜....... We must climb right, to end right.......😁😜

Ladder ladder ladder... Follow the ladder, follow the ladder to heaven... Lol

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by lavida001: 3:17pm On Nov 29, 2023
ehizario2012:
One really has to commend the doggedness of the ancestors here, those 2009 set etc who did care jobs, security jobs, sausage in the cold etc even without promise of sponsorship. That's real hustling with faith. 👍

There is dignity in labor and I love this country because you are respected in any profession, real respect I mean and your pay is a living wage, a wage that can make you drive good cars and even plan for the future. Just see how much mechanics charge?! DIY is so important in UK except u want to spend so much on little things.

I currently work at Amazon, my wife is on sponsorship and works in care. But I am also planning to go into support/NHS, apart from another sponsorship route, I am genuinely beginning to see pathway to the top in health and social care. These oyinbos don't read much and they are quite comfortable staying on a spot, with our level of zeal and energy we can get qualifications faster and move up the ladder. A guy I know finished NVQ 3 in just about 2 months while his colleagues use 6 months on average...

In all of this, I'm still writing my Universally acclaimed accounting certification exams... For me, this is a path I am exploring and so help me God.


Some of them are being paid 7£ / hr. Dark times
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by UniqueDext: 3:45pm On Nov 29, 2023
My brother, i dont have the keys to the house after she changed it.
Now almost everytime i come back i have to stay outside for 1 to 4 hours until someone from the house is leaving or going inside then i follow up to enter.

Its crazy, the room is also cold with no furniture anymore as she took everything out.

You cant believe what this woman did to me on Sunday with her kids..
They came on Sunday to make mockery of me, with her two little kids of 4 to 6 years i guess..
All where insulting me and telling me how stupid I am and how I sleep in such room, man this kids where throwing insult on me with there mother to the extent that the kids later told the mother that am now looking like a depressed person that she should pity me..

It's really crazy what kind of person the woman is..
I recorded everything without her knowing my phone was on recording...
I really don't want to see this woman get away with all this act she did but I have to find somewhere else to keep my head and have a good sleep..
I have paid for a place now but I still want to collect my deposits and if possible sue her for not registering the deposit on a scheme.
Please if anyone can guide me on how to go about it, I will really appreciate it..
Lexusgs430:



Using your deposit is the only solution....... Assuming your rent is £100 pw, stay for 7 weeks..........
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Tenibegilojuo: 4:01pm On Nov 29, 2023
Hello guys, please I urgently need your advice on this:

I am a cybersecurity specialist, currently working in a cybersecurity company here in the uk for about 8 months now. I just landed an offer with an NHS trust for a cybersecurity role band 7. I was surprised not to see anything regarding sponsorship on my offer letter. I tried reaching out to the HR guy in charge of my recruitment to seek confirmation regarding the sponsorship but he won’t respond to my emails. However, I sought a few guys’ opinions and I was told NHS always gives sponsorship for tech roles and that it’s almost cast in stone.

My current employer is actually willing to sponsor me towards my visa expiry which is in 6 months, but it’s just that I prefer the NHS role as it’s more senior and strategic.

I need to tender my resignation in 24 hrs to fulfill my 1 month notice period. I don’t know if I should maintain the assumption that the NHS trust will sponsor me or I should just stay put where I am sure of CoS.
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Zahra29: 4:06pm On Nov 29, 2023
Queenhadassah:
Hello house, I have a 4 year old daughter ( her birth was 4th November) and I want to register her in reception instead of nursery which is recommended due to the fact that her 4th birthday was after 31st August. We just moved to the UK in September and she hasn't started school yet. I want to know if it's possible to register her for reception instead of nursery. NB: my daughter was already learning to read in Nigeria, the things that are taught in reception she knows them already. I feel taking her back to nursery is like a double demotion.

Thanks, as I await your feedbacks.

Where in the UK are you based - England or Scotland?

In England the rules are that the child must turn 4 by the 31st of August to be enrolled in the same academic year. So if your daughter was born in November 2019 then she isn't eligible to start reception until next year.
It's a very strict rule that isn't waived based on academic ability or maturity or other criteria.
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by lavida001: 4:08pm On Nov 29, 2023
UniqueDext:
My brother, i dont have the keys to the house after she changed it.
Now almost everytime i come back i have to stay outside for 1 to 4 hours until someone from the house is leaving or going inside then i follow up to enter.

Its crazy, the room is also cold with no furniture anymore as she took everything out.

You cant believe what this woman did to me on Sunday with her kids..
They came on Sunday to make mockery of me, with her two little kids of 4 to 6 years i guess..
All where insulting me and telling me how stupid I am and how I sleep in such room, man this kids where throwing insult on me with there mother to the extent that the kids later told the mother that am now looking like a depressed person that she should pity me..

It's really crazy what kind of person the woman is..
I recorded everything without her knowing my phone was on recording...
I really don't want to see this woman get away with all this act she did but I have to find somewhere else to keep my head and have a good sleep..
I have paid for a place now but I still want to collect my deposits and if possible sue her for not registering the deposit on a scheme.
Please if anyone can guide me on how to go about it, I will really appreciate it..

Guy just let it go. This is a lesson to you and others. It crazy out here

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by fabulous2019: 4:23pm On Nov 29, 2023
Good day house, I was on a skilled worker visa but have been dismissed by my former employer, the company is asking me to pay 10,000£ for the COS, because I didn’t work 5 years with them, and they want to serve me court paper, please anyone know the kind of lawyer or knows a lawyer I can get in uk, I live in Swansea (wales) because they did not use up to 3000£ to get my COS, please I need any good lawyer in uk

Thanks
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Goke7: 4:36pm On Nov 29, 2023
Tenibegilojuo:
Hello guys, please I urgently need your advice on this:

I am a cybersecurity specialist, currently working in a cybersecurity company here in the uk for about 8 months now. I just landed an offer with an NHS trust for a cybersecurity role band 7. I was surprised not to see anything regarding sponsorship on my offer letter. I tried reaching out to the HR guy in charge of my recruitment to seek confirmation regarding the sponsorship but he won’t respond to my emails. However, I sought a few guys’ opinions and I was told NHS always gives sponsorship for tech roles and that it’s almost cast in stone.

My current employer is actually willing to sponsor me towards my visa expiry which is in 6 months, but it’s just that I prefer the NHS role as it’s more senior and strategic.

I need to tender my resignation in 24 hrs to fulfill my 1 month notice period. I don’t know if I should maintain the assumption that the NHS trust will sponsor me or I should just stay put where I am sure of CoS.

Have your current employer put it in writing that they are going to sponsor you? If yes stick to your current employer, if no try and confirm with nhs if they are going to sponsor you before making any move. Don’t assume anything in this country, it’s what is on paper they go with

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Goodenoch: 5:14pm On Nov 29, 2023
Tenibegilojuo:
Hello guys, please I urgently need your advice on this:

I am a cybersecurity specialist, currently working in a cybersecurity company here in the uk for about 8 months now. I just landed an offer with an NHS trust for a cybersecurity role band 7. I was surprised not to see anything regarding sponsorship on my offer letter. I tried reaching out to the HR guy in charge of my recruitment to seek confirmation regarding the sponsorship but he won’t respond to my emails. However, I sought a few guys’ opinions and I was told NHS always gives sponsorship for tech roles and that it’s almost cast in stone.

My current employer is actually willing to sponsor me towards my visa expiry which is in 6 months, but it’s just that I prefer the NHS role as it’s more senior and strategic.

I need to tender my resignation in 24 hrs to fulfill my 1 month notice period. I don’t know if I should maintain the assumption that the NHS trust will sponsor me or I should just stay put where I am sure of CoS.

Whatever you do, do not resign until you receive confirmation that they will sponsor you.

When you say you need to tender your resignation in 24 hours to fulfill your notice period, why is that? Employment notice periods aren’t usually tied to calendar months so you can give your notice on the 5th, 10th or any date and it’ll terminate one month after. Doesn’t (usually) need to be on the first or last day of the month.

Since it’s NHS, they’ll ask you to agree a start date with the hiring manager and they’ll send you their contact information so you need to reach out to that person directly. The HR person won’t know if they will sponsor the role because it’s not a HR decision but that of the hiring service whose budget the sponsorship fees will come out from.

So in short, contact the hiring manager for confirmation.

Please DO NOT resign without confirmation.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Poanan: 5:17pm On Nov 29, 2023
Tenibegilojuo:
Hello guys, please I urgently need your advice on this:

I am a cybersecurity specialist, currently working in a cybersecurity company here in the uk for about 8 months now. I just landed an offer with an NHS trust for a cybersecurity role band 7. I was surprised not to see anything regarding sponsorship on my offer letter. I tried reaching out to the HR guy in charge of my recruitment to seek confirmation regarding the sponsorship but he won’t respond to my emails. However, I sought a few guys’ opinions and I was told NHS always gives sponsorship for tech roles and that it’s almost cast in stone.

My current employer is actually willing to sponsor me towards my visa expiry which is in 6 months, but it’s just that I prefer the NHS role as it’s more senior and strategic.

I need to tender my resignation in 24 hrs to fulfill my 1 month notice period. I don’t know if I should maintain the assumption that the NHS trust will sponsor me or I should just stay put where I am sure of CoS.
Please dont be a hurry to resign to fufil one month notice. Not all nhs trust sponsors. Let them start the process of giving you COS first before resigning.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by echelon(m): 5:57pm On Nov 29, 2023
Send a message to Dele Olawanle on Twitter (@dolawanle). He is a UK-based lawyer.

fabulous2019:
Good day house, I was on a skilled worker visa but have been dismissed by my former employer, the company is asking me to pay 10,000£ for the COS, because I didn’t work 5 years with them, and they want to serve me court paper, please anyone know the kind of lawyer or knows a lawyer I can get in uk, I live in Swansea (wales) because they did not use up to 3000£ to get my COS, please I need any good lawyer in uk

Thanks

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Oyi12: 5:58pm On Nov 29, 2023
Goodenoch has told you how it works. But this should have been discussed during the interview, send a mail to your hiring manager to confirm. Whatever you do, do not resign from tour current job until you have settled this issue. I can assure you some trust do not offer sponsorship for any role except Nurses and Doctors hired from overseas.






Tenibegilojuo:
Hello guys, please I urgently need your advice on this:

I am a cybersecurity specialist, currently working in a cybersecurity company here in the uk for about 8 months now. I just landed an offer with an NHS trust for a cybersecurity role band 7. I was surprised not to see anything regarding sponsorship on my offer letter. I tried reaching out to the HR guy in charge of my recruitment to seek confirmation regarding the sponsorship but he won’t respond to my emails. However, I sought a few guys’ opinions and I was told NHS always gives sponsorship for tech roles and that it’s almost cast in stone.

My current employer is actually willing to sponsor me towards my visa expiry which is in 6 months, but it’s just that I prefer the NHS role as it’s more senior and strategic.

I need to tender my resignation in 24 hrs to fulfill my 1 month notice period. I don’t know if I should maintain the assumption that the NHS trust will sponsor me or I should just stay put where I am sure of CoS.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Solumtoya: 6:15pm On Nov 29, 2023
Oyi12:
Hello elders, please I need your opinion on this. I got 2 offers with sponsorship. The first is with council in a day centre while the second is a Band 5 with the NHS but in Bristol. Considering how expensive Bristol is will it be wise for me to move there with the band 5 salary with my family? There is prospect for me to secure a higher grade in the NHS in future but I am just scared of because of how expensive Bristol is.

House rent is about £1,500 average while i stay in a town where i pay less than £1,000 for rent. We are a family of 4 and my spouse hasn't gotten a job yet.

If you really love the Bristol job, there are many affordable Cities around Bristol like Newport, Weston-super-Mare, Bath, Gloucester, etc. with easy cheap commute to Bristol
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Ukliving: 6:19pm On Nov 29, 2023
Tenibegilojuo:
Hello guys, please I urgently need your advice on this:

I am a cybersecurity specialist, currently working in a cybersecurity company here in the uk for about 8 months now. I just landed an offer with an NHS trust for a cybersecurity role band 7. I was surprised not to see anything regarding sponsorship on my offer letter. I tried reaching out to the HR guy in charge of my recruitment to seek confirmation regarding the sponsorship but he won’t respond to my emails. However, I sought a few guys’ opinions and I was told NHS always gives sponsorship for tech roles and that it’s almost cast in stone.

My current employer is actually willing to sponsor me towards my visa expiry which is in 6 months, but it’s just that I prefer the NHS role as it’s more senior and strategic.

I need to tender my resignation in 24 hrs to fulfill my 1 month notice period. I don’t know if I should maintain the assumption that the NHS trust will sponsor me or I should just stay put where I am sure of CoS.


This is a good problem. I hope others help with significant solutions

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Ukliving: 6:21pm On Nov 29, 2023
fabulous2019:
Good day house, I was on a skilled worker visa but have been dismissed by my former employer, the company is asking me to pay 10,000£ for the COS, because I didn’t work 5 years with them, and they want to serve me court paper, please anyone know the kind of lawyer or knows a lawyer I can get in uk, I live in Swansea (wales) because they did not use up to 3000£ to get my COS, please I need any good lawyer in uk

Thanks

What are the terms of the dismissal?
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Tenibegilojuo: 6:43pm On Nov 29, 2023
Tenibegilojuo:
Hello guys, please I urgently need your advice on this:

I am a cybersecurity specialist, currently working in a cybersecurity company here in the uk for about 8 months now. I just landed an offer with an NHS trust for a cybersecurity role band 7. I was surprised not to see anything regarding sponsorship on my offer letter. I tried reaching out to the HR guy in charge of my recruitment to seek confirmation regarding the sponsorship but he won’t respond to my emails. However, I sought a few guys’ opinions and I was told NHS always gives sponsorship for tech roles and that it’s almost cast in stone.

My current employer is actually willing to sponsor me towards my visa expiry which is in 6 months, but it’s just that I prefer the NHS role as it’s more senior and strategic.

I need to tender my resignation in 24 hrs to fulfill my 1 month notice period. I don’t know if I should maintain the assumption that the NHS trust will sponsor me or I should just stay put where I am sure of CoS.

Thanks guys for all your prompt advice. They’re all noted and I’ll surely tread with caution. 🙏🏽
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by fabulous2019: 6:57pm On Nov 29, 2023
Ukliving:


What are the terms of the dismissal?
Not the terms of dismissal that is the issue because I have gotten my visa is the money to pay
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Ukliving: 7:02pm On Nov 29, 2023
fabulous2019:

Not the terms of dismissal that is the issue because I have gotten my visa is the money to pay

Your previous post isn't clear.

Isn't your visa tied to the employer?

Also did you sign that you are going to pay £10,000 before starting the job?

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Ralphlauren(m): 7:24pm On Nov 29, 2023
lavida001:


Guy just let it go. This is a lesson to you and others. It crazy out here

Let go £700?
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Ralphlauren(m): 7:26pm On Nov 29, 2023
UniqueDext:
My brother, i dont have the keys to the house after she changed it.
Now almost everytime i come back i have to stay outside for 1 to 4 hours until someone from the house is leaving or going inside then i follow up to enter.

Its crazy, the room is also cold with no furniture anymore as she took everything out.

You cant believe what this woman did to me on Sunday with her kids..
They came on Sunday to make mockery of me, with her two little kids of 4 to 6 years i guess..
All where insulting me and telling me how stupid I am and how I sleep in such room, man this kids where throwing insult on me with there mother to the extent that the kids later told the mother that am now looking like a depressed person that she should pity me..

It's really crazy what kind of person the woman is..
I recorded everything without her knowing my phone was on recording...
I really don't want to see this woman get away with all this act she did but I have to find somewhere else to keep my head and have a good sleep..
I have paid for a place now but I still want to collect my deposits and if possible sue her for not registering the deposit on a scheme.
Please if anyone can guide me on how to go about it, I will really appreciate it..

https://www.gov.uk/tenancy-deposit-protection/if-your-landlord-doesnt-protect-your-deposit

Apply to the County Court.

With all the evidence you have (formal report to the police, council, removed door and furniture), you will get your deposit refunded plus the legal cost of filing with the County Court (£380 or so) plus added compensation.

You don't need a lawyer.

As soon as she receives a Court summon, she will be eager to settle out of court.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by heroshark(m): 7:39pm On Nov 29, 2023
fabulous2019:
Good day house, I was on a skilled worker visa but have been dismissed by my former employer, the company is asking me to pay 10,000£ for the COS, because I didn’t work 5 years with them, and they want to serve me court paper, please anyone know the kind of lawyer or knows a lawyer I can get in uk, I live in Swansea (wales) because they did not use up to 3000£ to get my COS, please I need any good lawyer in uk

Thanks

Was this stated in your contract? Did you signed any contract saying that you will pay the sum if you leave the company within a specified period?

My contract had a phrase that mentioned that I will pay 50% of my visa cost (see attached) if I leave the company within 2years of joining and immediately I resume they sent me the total cost of my visa and asked me to sign and return it. The total cost in my case was less than 3k

If you did not sign any such agreement then they don't have a case.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by heroshark(m): 7:51pm On Nov 29, 2023
fabulous2019:
Good day house, I was on a skilled worker visa but have been dismissed by my former employer, the company is asking me to pay 10,000£ for the COS, because I didn’t work 5 years with them, and they want to serve me court paper, please anyone know the kind of lawyer or knows a lawyer I can get in uk, I live in Swansea (wales) because they did not use up to 3000£ to get my COS, please I need any good lawyer in uk

Thanks

Also did they send a breakdown of the cost and how they arrived at the figure? If not request for one, you will need it. If they inflated the figure (which is illegal) you have a case against them.
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by UniqueDext: 8:02pm On Nov 29, 2023
Thank you so much
Ralphlauren:


https://www.gov.uk/tenancy-deposit-protection/if-your-landlord-doesnt-protect-your-deposit

Apply to the County Court.

With all the evidence you have (formal report to the police, council, removed door and furniture), you will get your deposit refunded plus the legal cost of filing with the County Court (£380 or so) plus added compensation.

You don't need a lawyer.

As soon as she receives a Court summon, she will be eager to settle out of court.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Tier4Dependant: 8:23pm On Nov 29, 2023
Tenibegilojuo:
Hello guys, please I urgently need your advice on this:

I am a cybersecurity specialist, currently working in a cybersecurity company here in the uk for about 8 months now. I just landed an offer with an NHS trust for a cybersecurity role band 7. I was surprised not to see anything regarding sponsorship on my offer letter. I tried reaching out to the HR guy in charge of my recruitment to seek confirmation regarding the sponsorship but he won’t respond to my emails. However, I sought a few guys’ opinions and I was told NHS always gives sponsorship for tech roles and that it’s almost cast in stone.

My current employer is actually willing to sponsor me towards my visa expiry which is in 6 months, but it’s just that I prefer the NHS role as it’s more senior and strategic.

I need to tender my resignation in 24 hrs to fulfill my 1 month notice period. I don’t know if I should maintain the assumption that the NHS trust will sponsor me or I should just stay put where I am sure of CoS.

I remember when I got my current job with the NHS, despite the fact that they confirmed that they will sponsor me, they said I SHOULD NOT RESIGN until I have a start date.

Not only you do not have a start date, you don’t even have a confirmation that they will sponsor you.
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by Tier4Dependant: 8:33pm On Nov 29, 2023
fabulous2019:
Good day house, I was on a skilled worker visa but have been dismissed by my former employer, the company is asking me to pay 10,000£ for the COS, because I didn’t work 5 years with them, and they want to serve me court paper, please anyone know the kind of lawyer or knows a lawyer I can get in uk, I live in Swansea (wales) because they did not use up to 3000£ to get my COS, please I need any good lawyer in uk

Thanks

Na this kind case UNION dey like, but I doubt if you belong to any union. I will advise you to join one even if you have a new employment. You never can tell when they will come in handy.

Try and contact ACAS and explain your case to them, they might have an advice for you.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 3) by giselle237: 8:42pm On Nov 29, 2023
Queenhadassah:
Hello house, I have a 4 year old daughter ( her birth was 4th November) and I want to register her in reception instead of nursery which is recommended due to the fact that her 4th birthday was after 31st August. We just moved to the UK in September and she hasn't started school yet. I want to know if it's possible to register her for reception instead of nursery. NB: my daughter was already learning to read in Nigeria, the things that are taught in reception she knows them already. I feel taking her back to nursery is like a double demotion.
Thanks, as I await your feedbacks.
she is eligible for reception class the term after her 4th birthday so I believe you are on track.

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