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New Visa categories (Updated March 2009)
Tier 1: Highly skilled individuals to contribute to growth and productivity. This may be changed to so Tier 1 applicants will now need to hold a Masters degree and earn at least £20,000 per year.
Tier 2: Skilled workers with a job offer to fill gaps in United Kingdom labour force.
Tier 3: Limited numbers of low skilled workers needed to fill temporary labour shortages.
Tier 4: Students.
Tier 5: Youth mobility and temporary workers: people allowed to work in the United Kingdom for a limited period of time to satisfy primarily non-economic objectives. (was Working Holiday).
The vast majority of teachers working through Axcis will be on the Tier 5 visa.
For more information on Visas please see the Home Office web site
Remember, if you can’t work in the UK we can always help you work in other countries
Other select Visas
Ancestry visa - Allows the candidate to work for 4 years unrestricted.
Indefinite leave to remain (ILR) is an immigration status granted to a person who does not hold right of abode in the United Kingdom, but who has been admitted to the UK without any time limit on his or her stay and who is free to take up employment or study, without restriction. When indefinite leave is granted to persons outside the United Kingdom it is known as indefinite leave to enter (ILE).
A person who has indefinite leave to remain, right of abode, or is an Irish citizen, has settled status if resident in the United Kingdom (as do British citizens living in the UK).
Limited leave to remain means the candidate has restrictions on their visa normally means the person is on a work permit or student visa. Candidate need to provide home office letter when registering.
Romanians: Can’t work without a visa even although they are part of the EU
Polish: can work without restrictions but have to register with the home office if they have just arrived or have been working less then a year in the UK