The UK work visa is designed to attract professionals to apply for a visa in the UK. Applicants must be sponsored by a registered sponsor who must have a licence before an application is made.
Tier 1 – Exceptional Talent Visa
The exceptional talent visa route allows applicants with international recognition the option of applying for residency in the UK.
Tier 2 - General Visa
The general visa allows those with a confirmed job offer from the UK to apply for a visa to live and work in the UK. The applicant must be sponsored by an employer who holds a certificate of registration.
Tier 2 – Intra-Company Transfer Visa
The intra-company transfer visa is aimed at individuals who have an offer of transfer to live and work in the UK as a sponsored worker. The applicant must be sponsored by an employer who holds a certificate of registration.
Tier 2 – Minister of Religion Visa
The tier 2 visa allows individuals to apply for a visa in the UK. Workers must have a job offer from the UK and an invitation to live and work in the UK as a sponsored worker.
Tier 5 – Creative and Sports Person Visa
This visa allows internationally recognised individuals to live and work in the UK as a sponsored worker temporarily in the UK.
Tier 5 – Temporary Worker Visa
The temporary worker visa category includes a range of temporary work visas which allow specific types of workers to undertake. The applicant must be sponsored by an employer who holds a certificate of registration.
Tier 5 – Youth Mobility Scheme Visa
The youth mobility scheme visa allows 18 – 30-year-olds from participate countries an opportunity to holiday and work for up to 2 years. Previously known as Working Holiday Maker.
Croatian National Visa
The Croatian national visa allows nationals of Croatia to work and live in the UK.
Turkish Worker Visa
The Turkish worker visa allows Turkish national workers to extend their current stay in the UK for up to 3 years.
Overseas Domestic Worker Visa
A domestic worker visa allows employers to bring their staff over to the UK to work for them in a private household. They will accompany their employer when they visit or move to the UK.