You can apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance from outside the UK if you are resident outside the UK or if you are resident in the UK but unable to switch into Tier 2 General visa from inside the UK.  For Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application, the employer, Tier 2 General sponsor, will normally be required to assign a restricted Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) to Tier 2 General Migrant worker. Tier 2  General visa is a Point Based visa category and points can be awarded for the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS), Appropriate Salary, English language and funds for maintenance. It is pertinent to note that the applicant must comply with all the requirements of codes of practice for employers (Appendix J) including the job level, minimum salary, etc to succeed in his application for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance for UK.

Contents Table

Specialist Solicitors For Tier 2 General Visa Entry Clearance UK
Eligibility Requirements
Points Based Criteria For Tier 2 General Visa Entry Clearance
Procedure For Sponsorship and Entry Clearance Application
How Can We Help You?
How Much We Charge?
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Specialist Solicitors For Tier 2 General Visa Entry Clearance UK

Our expert team of Tier 2 General visa solicitors are specialists in Tier 2 General visa entry clearance applications. As one of the best Tier 2 General visa solicitors in London, Manchester and Birmingham, our Tier 2 visa solicitors have wealth of knowledge and experience to provide high quality fixed fee legal services for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance applications. The high quality of our Tier 2 General visa services is self-evident from the reviews of our clients about the excellent Tier 2 visa services provided by our specialist Tier 2 visa solicitors.

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Eligibility Requirements For Tier 2 General Visa Entry Clearance For UK

To be eligible for Tier 2 General visa for UK, you need to:

  • be employed by a licensed Tier 2 General sponsor;
  • have a valid certificate of sponsorship (CoS) for your job;
  • show your job is at appropriate job level as stated in Appendix J of the Immigration Rules;
  • show you are being paid an appropriate salary for your job as stated in Appendix J of the Immigration Rules;
  • prove your knowledge of English as required in Appendix B of the Immigration Rules;
  • have have funds for maintenance in the UK or your Tier 2 sponsor has certified your maintenance as per requirements of Appendix C of the Immigration Rules;
  • show you can travel and your travel history over the last 5 years;
  • have tuberculosis test results if you’re from a country listed in Appendix T of the Immigration Rules;
  • provide a criminal record certificate from any country you have lived in for 12 months or more in the last 10 years, if you will be working with vulnerable people.

What Is The Points Based Criteria For Tier 2 General Visa Entry Clearance?

Tier 2  General visa is a Points Based visa category and points can be awarded for the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS), Appropriate Salary, English language and funds for maintenance. A Tier 2 General migrant should score 70 points in total to qualify for entry clearance as a Tier 2 General migrant. The breakdown of the required points for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance is given in the table below:

Criterion Points

Assigned a valid Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) having met the requirements of:

  • A Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT) exemption; or
  • A Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT) by the Tier 2 sponsor
30
Appropriate Salary 20
Funds for maintenance 10
English language 10
Total Points 70

What Is The Procedure For Tier 2 General Sponsorship and Entry Clearance Application?

The step by step procedure for sponsorship for Tier 2 General visa and an application for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance is as follows:

  • Unless the job is exempt from Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT), your prospective employer should have advertised the job for 28 days in accordance with the Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT) criteria as set out in the Immigration Rules and should have identified you as a suitable Tier 2 Migrant worker as a result of the Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT);
  • If your prospective employer does not have the Tier 2 General sponsor licence, they can apply to the Home Office UKVI for Tier 2 General sponsor licence  and get the Tier 2 General sponsor licence.
  • If your employer already has the Tier 2 General sponsor licence or has obtained the Tier 2 General sponsor licence as a result of an application for Tier 2 General sponsor licence, your prospective employer can then apply to Home Office UKVI for allocation of restricted Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS).
  • After the restricted Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) has been allocated to your prospective employer by the Home Office, UKVI, your prospective employer can assign the same to you so that you can apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance.
  • You can apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance online within 3 months of the restricted Certifciate of Sponsorship (CoS) being assigned to you.
  • Your application for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance is likely to be processed within 3 weeks if you apply using standard service or within 5 working days if you apply using priority serivce.

As specialists in Tier 2 General visa applications, our expert team of Tier 2 solicitors can help you and your prospective employer with each and every stage of the process and take care of all the legal requirements to ensure that your application for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance has good prospects of success. 

How Can We Help You?

Our specialist team of Tier 2 General visa solicitors can provide fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee legal services for your Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application. As your appointed legal representative for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application, our work can include the following:

  • assessing your eligibility for Tier 2 General visa for UK by considering all the relevant eligibility requirements;
  • assisting your prospective Tier 2 General sponsor with Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT), restricted Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) application to Home Office UKVI and correctly assigning the restricted Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) to you;
  • advising on relevant documents to be submitted in support of the Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application;
  • assessing the documentary evidence including the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) to ensure that the documents are in line with the Home Office UKVI requirements for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance;
  • completing online application form for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance for UK;
  • preparing a detailed cover letter in support of the Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application to explain in detail how all the relevant requirements for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance have been satisfied by the Tier 2 applicant;
  • submitting the Tier 2 General entry clearance application online, paying the Home Office UKVI fees for Tier 2 General visa application and booking applicant's appointment with the relevant UK visa application centre;
  • uploading all the supporting documents online in support of the Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application;
  • preparing the applicant for an interview by the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) in relation to Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application;
  • making any post interview representations to the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO), if necessary;
  • doing all the follow up work including responding to any queries raised by the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) until decision is reached on your Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application.

Our Fee For Tier 2 General Visa Entry Clearance Application

Our fees for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application are given in the fee table below:

Our Service Our Fee
One-Off Immigration Advice & Consultation related to Tier 2 General visa entry clearance £80
One-Off Documents Checking Service for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application £240
Helping Tier 2 Sponsor With Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT) £500 + VAT
Helping Tier 2 Sposnor With Restricted CoS Allocation Request and Assigning CoS to the Applicant £500 + VAT
Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application (all the work after CoS being assigned until decision by the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) on your Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application From £800 To £1,200 (VAT not applicable)

The agreed fixed fee will depend on the complexity of the Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application and the volume of casework involved in the application. In addition to our fixed fee for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance, the applicant will also have to pay the Home office UKVI fees for the entry clearance application.

FAQs - Tier 2 General Visa Entry Clearance UK

How can I apply for Tier 2 General Visa Entry Clearance from outside the UK?

You can apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance for UK online. You’ll need to have your fingerprints and photograph taken at a visa application centre (to get a biometric residence permit) as part of your Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application.

You’ll have to collect your biometric residence permit within 10 days of when you said you’d arrive in the UK.

What is the job skill level required for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance?

For Tier 2 General visa entry clearance, the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) assigned by your prospective employer must confirm that:

What is Shortage Occupations List (SOL) for Tier 2 General visa for UK?

The shortage occupation list is an official list of occupations as given in Appendix K of the Immigration Rules for which there are not enough resident workers to fill job vacancies. The shortage occupation lists are recommended by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) and are revised periodically.

You will be awarded 30 points if your job was on a shortage occupation list at the time your Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) was assigned by your Tier 2 General sponsor.

There is one list for the whole of the UK and a further additional list for Scotland. If you want to be awarded points for a job on the shortage occupation list in Scotland, you must be undertaking that job in Scotland.

You should confirm with your Tier 2 General sponsor that they have indicated that your job is a shortage occupation in the relevant field on the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS). You should also confirm with your Tier 2 General sponsor that the SOC code and job description on the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) show that the job is one of those included on the shortage occupation list.

In general, if a role is on the shortage occupation list, your sponsor is not required to advertise the position.

Can I apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance as a New Entrant?

Yes, it is possible to apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance from outside the UK as a New Entrant. According to Appendix J of the Immigration Ruels, new entrant salary rate will apply if the Tier 2 General applicant:

  • was under the age of 26 on the date the application was made; and
  • is applying for entry clearance or leave to remain (not for indefinite leave to remain); and
  • is not applying for a grant of leave that would extend his total stay in Tier 2 beyond 3 years and 1 month.

What is the processing time for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application?

If you apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance using standard service, your Tier 2 General visa application is likely to be decided in about 3 weeks.

If you apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance using priority service, your Tier 2 General visa application is likely to be decided within 5 working days.

What if my prospective employer does not have the Tier 2 General sponsor licence to sponsor me for Tier 2 General visa for UK?

If your prospective employer does not have the Tier 2 General sponsor licence to sponsor you for your Tier 2 General visa entry clearance, our expert team of sponsor licence solicitors can help your prospective employer to apply for Tier 2 General sponsor licence so that your employer is able to sponsor you for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance for UK.

What is the minimum salary requirement for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application?

You’ll usually need to be paid at least £30,000 per year or the ‘appropriate rate’ for the job you’re offered - whichever is higher. Check the appropriate rate for the job you’ve been offered.

Check the Tier 2 General Policy Guidance for situations when you can be paid less - for example if:

  • you’ll work as a medical radiographer, nurse, paramedic or secondary school teacher in some subjects
  • you’ll work as a pre-registration nurse or midwife

What is a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) for Tier 2 General visa for UK?

A certificate of sponsorship (CoS) holds your personal details and information about the job you’ve been offered. It’s an electronic record, not a paper document. Your sponsor will give you a certificate of sponsorship (CoS) reference number to add to your Tier 2 General visa application.

You can only use your certificate of sponsorship (CoS) reference number once. You must use your Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) within 3 months of the date it is assigned to you.

Can I sponsor my dependants to accompany me to the UK or join me in the UK?

Your dependants i.e. spouse or children under the age  of 18 can either apply at same time when you apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance to accompany you to the UK OR they can apply for entry clearance separately to join you in the UK later on.

How can I find a list of licenced Tier 2 General sponsors?

The Home Office UKVI maintains a list of licenced Tier 2 General sponsors. The list of Tier 2 sponsors is also known as register of Tier 2 sponsors.

What is Tier 2 General annual limit?

There is an annual limit on the number of Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS) available under Tier 2 (General). This limit applies to Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) for those nationals seeking entry clearance to the UK under the Tier 2 (General) category and those who are applying to switch into the Tier 2 (General) category from within the UK as a dependant of a Tier 4 (General) student. Home Office UKVI refer to these as “restricted” Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS).

The applications below are not subject to annual limit. Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS) for these applications are known as “unrestricted” and sponsors can assign these without first applying for permission:

  • if you are sponsored for a job as a doctor or nurse (SOC codes 2211 and 2231)
  • if you are sponsored for a job at PhD level listed in table 1 of Appendix J to the Immigration Rules
  • if you are sponsored for a job with a salary of £159,600 or above
  • if you are sponsored for a job connected with the inward investment provisions
  • all in-country applications (with the exception of Tier 4 dependant switchers).

The annual limit on the number of Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS) is applied by the Home Office UKVI through monthly allocation of restricted Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS).

How do you satisfy inward investment criteria for using unrestricted Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) for Tier 2 General visa Entry Clearance application?

Your job will satisfy the inward investment provisions if:

  • it is connected with the relocation of a high value business to the UK or a significant new inward investment project, and
  • your sponsor was registered in the UK with Companies House no earlier than three years before the date the Certificate of Sponsorship was assigned, and
  • your sponsor is the registered branch or wholly owned subsidiary of a business which has its headquarters and principal place of business outside the UK, and
  • the relocation or inward investment involves new capital expenditure of £27 million or the creation of at least 21 new UK jobs, and
  • your job does not involve the supply of services to a third party client.

Can I apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance as an uregistered nurse or midwife?

If you are applying for Tier 2 General worker visa to work in the UK as a nurse or midwife and are not yet registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), you must have passed the NMC’s Computer Based Test (CBT) or your Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application will be refused. You must provide evidence from the NMC to demonstrate this.

Furthermore, your Tier 2 General sponsor must also confirm that you will sit an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) within 3 months of your stated employment start date.

If you need to pass your OSCE, your Tier 2 General sponsor must tell the Home Office UKVI within 10 working days:

  • If you fail your OSCE but arrange a re-sit and they still want to sponsor you if you pass. They must tell the Home Office UKVI the date of your re-sit.
  • If you re-sit your OSCE and fail for the second time, they must tell the Home Office UKVI. They must also stop sponsoring you if you do not obtain full NMC registration within 8 months of the start date on your Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS). If you have moved sponsors but were previously granted Tier 2 General leave as a nurse or midwife, the 8 months will start from the start date of your previous employment.
  • If you pass your OSCE, they must tell Home Office UKVI the date you will start working for them as a registered nurse or midwife.
  • If they decide at any point that they no longer wish to sponsor you. For example, if you fail your first OSCE and they do not want to wait until you have done a re-sit.

You are able to make 3 attempts to pass the OSCE. If you fail your first attempt at OSCE, you can re-sit it after ten days. If you fail it a second time, you will have the opportunity to sit for a third time, waiting 3 months to allow for further preparation. If you fail for a third time, you will be unable to re-sit the OSCE until 6 months have passed since your previous unsuccessful test and will have to re-apply to the NMC.

If you are already in the UK with entry clearance or leave to remain and your sponsor stops sponsoring you, Home Office UKVI will reduce (curtail) your leave.

For how long will I be granted Entry Clearance for Tier 2 General visa for UK?

You will be granted Tier 2 General visa entry clearance according to the start date and end date of your job as given in your Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS). The maximum period for which your employer can sponsor you for your Tier 2 Geneal visa entry clearance application is 5 years. You can extend your Tier 2 General visa further for one more year after 5 years which means the maximum time a person can spend in the UK under Tier 2 General visa category is 6 years in total.

Normally, most applicants are able to apply for ILR as Tier 2 General Migrants 28 days before completion of 5 years in the UK with leave to remain as Tier 2 General Migrant.

What is the cooling off period for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance?

Cooling off period for Tier 2 General for someone who has been in the UK in the past with Tier 2 visa is normally 12 months.

According to Home Office UKVI Tier 2 Policy Guidance, if you have had a grant of leave for entry clearance, leave to enter or remain as a Tier 2 Migrant at any time during the 12 months immediately before your date of application, unless you were only being sponsored in Tier 2 (as recorded by the Certificate of Sponsorship) for a period of 3 months or less, you will not be able to apply for further leave under Tier 2 unless one of the following applies:

  • you were not in the UK with leave as a Tier 2 Migrant at any time during the above 12 month period immediately before your date of application and you can provide evidence to prove this; or
  • the salary for the job that the Certificate of Sponsorship Checking Service shows you are being sponsored to do (including any allowances listed as acceptable for this purpose in paragraph 79 of Appendix A to the Immigration Rules) is £159,600 or higher.

In all cases where the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS)) was assigned for longer than 3 months, the cooling off period will apply, even in cases where your length of stay in the UK is less than 3 months. For instance, where you were assigned a Certificate of Sponsorship of 6 months in length and the Home Office UKVI were notified that you ceased working in the UK after 2 months, the cooling-off period will apply as the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) was assigned for more than 3 months.

Do I have to provide the Overseas Criminal Record Certificate for my Tier 2 General visa entry clearance for UK?

If you are applying for Tier 2 (General) entry clearance and are coming to work in the education, health and social care sectors, you must provide an Overseas criminal Record Certificate as part of your application.

Overseas criminal Record Certificates must be provided for any country in which you have resided for 12 months or more (whether continuously or in total) in the last 10 years prior to your Tier 2 General entry clearance application, while aged 18 or over.

The requirement to provide Overseas criminal Record Certificate applies where your occupation is defined by one of the following Standard Occupation Classification (SOC) codes:

  • 1181 - Health services and public health managers and directors
  • 1184 - Social services managers and directors
  • 2211 - Medical practitioners
  • 2212 - Psychologists
  • 2213 - Pharmacists
  • 2214 - Ophthalmic opticians
  • 2215 - Dental practitioners
  • 2217 - Medical radiographers
  • 2218 - Podiatrists
  • 2219 - Health professionals not elsewhere classified
  • 2221 - Physiotherapists
  • 2222 - Occupational therapists
  • 2223 - Speech and language therapists
  • 2229 - Therapy professionals not elsewhere classified
  • 2231 - Nurses
  • 2232 - Midwives
  • 2312 - Further education teaching professionals
  • 2314 - Secondary education teaching professionals
  • 2315 - Primary and nursery education teaching professionals
  • 2316 - Special needs education teaching professionals
  • 2317 - Senior professionals of educational establishments
  • 2318 - Education advisers and school inspectors
  • 2319 - Teaching and other educational professionals not elsewhere classified
  • 2442 - Social workers
  • 2443 - Probation officers
  • 2449 - Welfare professionals not elsewhere classified

If the requirement to provide Overseas criminal Record Certificate is applicable, you must provide:

  • a criminal record certificate for each country (excluding the UK) where you have resided for 12 months or more in the last 10 years (whether continuously or in total), while aged 18 or over, issued by the relevant overseas authority;
  • a translated copy of any certificate that is not in English, in line with Home Office UKVI requirements.

Guidance on how you can obtain certificates is available at: www.gov.uk/government/publications/criminal-records-checks-for-overseas-applicants

Where a country is not included in the above guidance, you should not assume that there is no process for obtaining a certificate. You should contact the Embassy or High Commission in the relevant country for more information.

Certificates from your most recent country of residence will normally only be considered valid if they have been issued no earlier than 6 months before your application date. Certificates from countries prior to your most recent country of residence must normally cover the entire period of residency (up to 10 years prior the application date) but will otherwise be considered valid indefinitely.

If you are unable to obtain a certificate covering the required period, you must explain in your Tier 2 General entry clearance application what attempts you have made to obtain a certificate and why this has not been possible.

If you do not explain why you are unable to provide a certificate, the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) may contact you or your legal representative in writing and you must provide any further evidence within 28 calendar days.

How are the points awarded for appropriate salary in an application for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance?

You will be awarded the following points for the appropriate salary offered by your sponsor. These bands are before tax (gross) and yearly.

Salary Points
£30,000 or the appropriate rate for the job, whichever is the higher 20
If you are considered to be a “new entrant”:
£20,800 or the appropriate rate for the job, whichever is the higher
20

If your Certificate of Sponsorship is for one of the following occupations:

  • Medical radiographers (2217)
  • Nurses (2231) – please see below for nurses in a supervised practice placement
  • Secondary education teaching professionals – subject teachers in maths, physics, chemistry, computer science and Mandarin only (2314)
  • Paramedics (3213)

£20,800 or the appropriate rate for the job, whichever is the higher

20

You are being sponsored as a pre-registration candidate nurse or midwife and:

  • you will be paid at least Agenda for Change Band 3 rate (the appropriate rate for a pre-registration nurse);
  • you will continue to be sponsored as a nurse or midwife by the sponsor after achieving Nursing and Midwifery Council registration;
  • your salary will not be less than Agenda for Change Band 5 rate (the appropriate rate for a registered nurse or midwife) once that registration is achieved.

In addition, you must be paid at or above the relevant salary threshold once you have your registration confirmed – nurses are exempt from the £30,000 threshold, but midwives are not.

20
Under £30,000 and none of the above apply 0

When does an exemption from the Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT) apply for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application?

The Resident Labour Market Test does not apply if the job offer is:

  • in a supernumerary research position where you have been issued a non-transferrable scientific research Award or Fellowship either:
    • by a third party organisation, and the Award or Fellowship cannot be transferred to anyone else; or
    • by your Sponsor if the following requirements are met:
      • you have been selected through a competitive process on the basis of your own research proposal; and
      • the funding of the research is secured in an agreement between your Sponsor and a third party organisation, which includes objectively justified requirements that effectively prohibit any settled worker from undertaking the role.

This exemption continues to apply after the relevant third party funding has ended, as long as you are being sponsored to continue to undertake the same research; or

  • to continue working as a Doctor or Dentist in training, under the same NHS Training Number which was assigned to you for previous lawful employment as a Doctor or Dentist in Training in the UK, including where you are applying to return to your training after an out of programme experience; or
  • as a Doctor in Speciality Training and your salary and the costs of your training are being met by the government of another country under an agreement with that country and the UK Government; or
  • to resume a post in a Higher Education Institution, working for the same Sponsor as in a previous grant of entry clearance or leave to remain as a Tier 2 (General) Migrant, where the break in employment is due solely to a period of academic leave.
  • to continue working as a member of an existing research team and:
    • the Sponsor is a Higher Education Institution or a Research Council, and
    • you have previously worked with the lead researcher as part of their team for a continuous 12 month period immediately before the date of the application (or for 12 months during the 24 months immediately before the date of the application, if you have been absent due to the reasons shown in paragraph 234 of the Tier 2 Policy Guidance during that time)
  • connected with the inward investment provisions
  • to do a job for which salary is not less than £159,600 gross per annum
  • to do a job which is in the list of shortage occupations list.

Your sponsor must include full details of the why the exemption applies on the Certificate of Sponsorship.

What is genuine job vacancy requirement for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance application?

When applying for Tier 2 General visa entry clearance, the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) must be satisfied that you are being sponsored to undertake a genuine vacancy and are capable of undertaking the role for which your Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) was assigned. The Home Office UKVI Guidance states that the requirements of the job must be reasonable and not have been tailored to exclude resident workers from being recruited.

In order to assess the genuineness of job vacancy, the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) may request additional information and evidence from you or your Tier 2 General sponsor, and refuse your Tier 2 General entry clearance application if the information or evidence is not provided. Any requested documents must be received by the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) at the address specified in the request within 10 business days of the date of the request.

Issues of genuineness of job vacancy normally arise only after the applicant has been interviewed by the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) and the applicant has failed to give satisfactory answers to address the concerns of the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO).

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