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  • UK Immigration and Visa: The Ultimate Guide

    It is observed that most of the migrants immigrate to the UK for study, job, business, travel, join immediate relatives or medical treatment. All these reasons to enter the United Kingdom require a visa.

    Reasons for UK Immigration in 2022

    The United Kingdom is one of those countries that have an incredible quality of life and multicultural cities. Many professionals, skilled workers, job seekers, and students are inclined towards the UK.

    One of the major reasons for immigrating to the UK is the huge demand for skilled workers. The other factors that attract you towards the UK are its strong economy, vibrant culture, free healthcare via the NHS, some of the best universities and a passport for global travel.


    What is the UK’s immigration policy?

    The immigration policy of the United Kingdom is primarily concerned with who can visit the country and who gets to stay. British immigration policy is under the cognizance of UK Visas and Immigration, i.e., UKVI.

    Under the new policy of UKVI, skilled workers are now required to follow the points-based system to enter the UK.


    What is the Process for Immigration to the United Kingdom?

    Migrating from one place to another is not easy. It is a huge step. After migrating, the UK provides various options to settle down in the destination sought. There are certain criteria set for migration in the UK. Every candidate is expected to meet these criteria: a good IELTS score, professional behaviour, stable finances, and a clean legal background.

    Best In Jobs understands and identifies the legal and correct immigration route to assist every individual through each and every step taken forward until the end goal is met.

    For your ease, we have briefed you step-by-step on the selection and immigration processes.


    🔸Submission of CV
    🔹After receiving your CV, a virtual introductory meeting will be arranged
    🔸In the meeting your eligibility for the applied role will be thoroughly observed
    🔹If sought fit, your application will be taken forward for a mock interview session
    🔸In the mock interview, your skills and knowledge will be assessed. This session will be executed and assessed by our experts.
    🔹On successfully clearing the mock interview, your CV will be forwarded to the employer
    🔸After your CV gets selected by the employer, a final interview will be scheduled
    🔹On clearing the final round, if selected, an employment contract will be provided to you by the employer
    🔸Go through the employment contract form and offer letter. Revert us with the signed employment contract and offer letter, upon which a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) will be applied for you
    🔹You are now eligible to apply for a Tier 2 Visa.


    Different UK immigration visa types

    Visa is a document that allows you to enter a particular country for either work, tourism, stay or study, be it permanent or temporary. A UK Visa is the key part of your immigration process to the UK. There are 5 Tiers of visas in the UK naming

    Tier 1 – High-Value Migrants
    Tier 2 – Skilled Workers
    Tier 3 – Unskilled Workers
    Tier 4 – Adult Students
    Tier 5 – Temporary Workers

    Out of these 5 tiers of visas; Tier 2 – Skilled Workers visa is necessary for you.

    Skilled Workers Visa

    A Tier 2 Visa is a work visa issued to skilled workers outside the EEA with a job offer in hand in the UK. This is the most common type of visa for working overseas. The candidates applying for this visa should have a job offer in hand from a licenced sponsor.

    *Skilled Worker visa has replaced the Tier 2 General work visa.

    Eligibility for a Skilled Worker Visa:

    ✔️ Have a valid “Certificate of Sponsorship” with a properly described job role
    ✔️ Get a job from the list of eligible job roles for a skilled worker visa

    Duration of Stay

    This visa permits international workers to take up employment in the UK for 3 years and can be further extended to 5 years.

    Later, on completion of 5 years, you become eligible to apply for permanent residence in the United Kingdom.

    Health and Care Worker Visa

    This type of visa allows medical professionals, i.e., doctors or nurses, to stay and work in the UK with the NHS.

    Eligibility for a Health and Care Worker Visa:

    ✔️ Be a qualified doctor, nurse or a professional health care assistant
    ✔️ Required to work in an eligible health or social care job
    ✔️ Have a valid “Certificate of Sponsorship” with a properly described job role
    ✔️ Get a job that pays at least the minimum amount required for the role

    Duration of Stay

    This visa permits international workers to take up employment in the UK for 3 years and can be further extended to 5 years.

    Later, on completion of 5 years, you become eligible to apply for permanent residence in the United Kingdom.

    Family Immigration in the UK

    If you want your family to move in with you to the UK, then you have to apply for a family visa. You can apply for a visa for your immediate family members, which includes your spouse or children.

    Types of Family Visa

    Parent Visa

    A Parent Visa can be applied by an individual who has spent 7 or more than 7 continuous years in the UK or is a British citizen. The applicant for this visa should have reached the age of 18 at the time of application.

    Spouse Visa

    This visa is issued to those individuals who desire to join their spouse or parents, who are either British or refugees or someone under humanitarian protection. The relationship with these individuals shall be either marriage, a durable relationship or a civil partnership.

    Child Visa

    This is a visa for the children of settled people living in the UK. A child visa is issued to those who have dependent children living in the UK.

    Immigration Problems in the UK

    You might face some issues in the process of immigration in the UK where your visa might get delayed or rejected. In case your visa gets delayed or rejected, you can contact UKVI and also keep track of your application status online.

    If you overstay your visa it means you continue to live in the UK even after the expiry of your visa. In such a scenario, you are expected to leave the country within 30 days from the date of the expiry of your visa.

    UK Immigration Questions and Answers

    Q1. What UK visa do I need to work in the UK?
    A1. To work in the UK, you would require a Tier 2–Skilled Worker Visa or Health and Care Worker Visa.

    Q2. How long UK visa takes?
    A2. To receive your visa, it is observed that on average 6 to 8 weeks are required. It might take even longer.

    Q3. How much UK visa cost?
    A3. The standard application fee for health care workers depends on whether you’ll be in the UK for:

    • up to 3 years – £247 per person
    • more than 3 years – £479 per person

    If you’re applying from outside the UK, the standard fee depends on whether you’ll be in the UK for:

    • up to 3 years – £625 per person
    • more than 3 years – £1,235 per person

    Healthcare surcharge – You’ll also have to pay the healthcare surcharge for each year of your stay which amounts to £624 per year.

    Q4. Which UK visa to apply for?
    A4. You have to apply for a skilled worker visa and a doctor’s and care worker’s visa shall be applied for.

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  • Important Interview Tips for Interviewers and Interviewees

    Are interviews easy? In a nutshell, yes. Follow these interview tips and ace any interview.

    Key Take Aways

    • An interviewer shall prepare the interview questions and adequately structure the interview flow.
    • Make sure no questions about caste, creed or religion are asked.
    • Interviewee shall be well prepared for the interview and should be thorough with the company’s business and job description.
    • Interviewee shall ask questions and not remain silent.

    There are two sides to an interview: giving it and taking it. They both need to be ready for it and be aware of the questions that will be asked and the appropriate ways to respond.

    Why is it important to prepare for an interview?

    If you are selected for an interview, your application has cut through the clutter and made a good impression. That is the good news. Preparing for an interview boosts confidence, gives you clarity in your thinking and gives an impression of sincerity. The flip side is that you must do your research before the interview and then think carefully about how to present yourself.

    Tips When Interviewing Someone

    1. Prepare the interview questions and structure

    The interviewer must plan a well-structured interview. Give the candidate a road map of the interview. This will help both remain focused and know what’s coming next. Make sure you have prepared your questions beforehand. Make sure that you plan the interview in a way that even the candidate gets an opportunity to ask questions.

    2. Conduct the interview

    Conducting interviews as planned is essential. First, start by making the candidate comfortable and at ease. Then brief the candidate about yourself and introduce the company. Ask questions relating to the job role. Asking behavioural questions will help you analyse the candidate’s approach and thought process and help you judge if they are suitable for the job.

    3. Revert the interviewee

    After the interview, greet the candidate politely and let them know how the interview was and when they expect any revert from your end.

    Interviewers Shall Avoid These Questions

    An interviewer shall ask questions related only to the job role they are interviewing an applicant for; anything other than that is considered illegal or irrelevant.

    No interviewer shall ask questions related to caste, creed, age, physical fitness, and personal questions, nor pass any personal comments.

    The following questions need to be avoided by the interviewer

    · What is your age?
    · Where are you born?
    · What is citizenship?
    · Are you married or planning to start a family?
    · Which caste do you belong to?
    · What are your religious beliefs?
    · Are you physically unfit?
    · What is your or your family’s financial status?
    · Do you have any criminal background?
    · How many sick leaves did you avail yourself of in your previous employment and why?

    Interview Tips For Interviewee

    The day of the interview has arrived. Congrats on making it to the interview round through Best In Jobs. You have to successfully answer the interviewer’s questions and make a good impression about yourself.

    A job interview is a gateway for you to prove your competence, discuss your desire and become the most suitable candidate.

    Here are some tips to keep handy for making a fantastic impression on the interviewer:

    1. Prepare for interview questions

    It is indispensable for you to be prepared for the questions that will be asked. There is n number of books and videos on “common interview questions” available for you to refer to. Out of those commonly asked questions, pick out a few questions that you might encounter during your job interview.
    Best In Jobs also provides our candidates with a list of generally asked questions.

    2. Pre-interview research

    It is always suggested and expected that the candidate has researched the company’s profile, background, products, and services and read the job description. This will help in boosting your confidence and reflect a positive impression on the interviewer.

    3. Interview questions to ask

    When allowed to ask questions, GRAB IT. Answering the “Do you have any questions” question with a NO is wrong. After studying about the company, make sure you jot down some points. Ask questions from the points you jotted down during the interview. This is where you can tell the interviewer how interested you are in the company.

    Interview questions for interviewer:

    · What is the definition of success for this company?
    · What are the learning opportunities available for me?
    · What is the next five years’ vision of this company?
    · Which part of your job makes your work interesting?

    4. Practice job interviews

    Before performing any act, rehearsal is necessary. Just like that, you must practice before going in for any job interview. It is easier than it sounds. Ask your peers, friends or family to play the role of interviewer and hand them a list of questions. This activity will not only boost your confidence but will make your thoughts clear and your tone smooth and more articulate.

    5. Interview follow-up email

    After shaking off a goodbye with the interviewer, the interview process doesn’t end there (if not confirmed). Following up is required. You have to let them know you’re still interested in that job. A simple line states, “Hi, Jon Doe. I’m writing to let you know that I am still interested in the job. Looking forward to furthering updates on the interview.”

    The interviewee Shall Avoid Making These Mistakes.

    · Have a poor body language
    · Be unprepared for the interview
    · Talk too much or Over-praise yourself
    · Ask zero questions
    · Give unclear answers or ramble a lot while answering
    · Speak negatively about your previous employer or colleagues.

    Bottom Line

    The secret to getting your dream job is having perseverance and the urge to be selected. When looking for a job, you can be sure that there are more applicants with the same qualifications as you and standing out from that crowd can be difficult. By making constant efforts and taking necessary actions, you can cut the crowd, highlight yourself, and be a valuable applicant in the employer’s eyes.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q1. How much interview prep should I do?
    A1. There is no such limit to it. The more you prepare the better you get. Still, it is advisable that you should at least four to five practice sessions.

    Q2. How to impress an interviewer during interview?
    A2. Confidence is the key. Being well prepared, reading about your job role and submitting an updated CV with the latest information are the bare minimum requirements.

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