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The UK Border Agency has recently published an addition to the policy guidance for Tier 2 of the points-based system (version 04/10).

The update clarifies the length of the permission to stay in the UK that may be given to all Tier 2 applicants, except those applying under the Graduate trainees and Skills transfer sub-categories of Tier 2 (Intra company transfer).

You can download the policy guidance, which contains the new information as an addendum at the front of the document, from the UK Border Agency website. Source: UK Border Agency.

See also:

More migrant workers come to UK under points system

British Department of Health recruiting Indian doctors

Employers issuing Tier 2 certificate work permits in error risk losing UKBA sponsorship and wrecking migrant worker’s lives

Tier 4 students switch to Tier 2 working visa before new rules hit

If you need any immigration advice or help with Sponsorship or Work Permits, Visa or an appeal against a refusal please email: 

info@immigrationmatters.co.uk  or visit www.immigrationmatters.co.uk

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Posted on Jun 8, 2010 - Last updated on Jun 7, 2010

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