UK offers thousands of job opportunities with different visas

UK offers thousands of job opportunities with different visas
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People from all over the world can find several job opportunities in the United Kingdom (UK). Depending on where you were born, you could require a visa in order to work in the UK. Furthermore, the kind of visa you’ll need to work in the UK will change based on your qualifications. Depending on your status—graduate, experienced professional, or sponsored by your Indian employer—you may require a different kind of UK visa. The most common path for Indian students wishing to work in the UK is the “Post-Study Work” (PSW) visa.

Madhur Gujar, Co-founder & Chief Business Officer at Amberstudent, takes us through the types of visas required to live, stay and work in the UK. So you’ve got your eye on a job in the UK after graduation? You’re not alone. And thanks to some new visa rules, it’s not just a dream anymore – it’s a door that’s wide open!

Here’s a friendly overview to help you understand what it means for you.

Graduate Route Visa

Just graduated? Congratulations! Now, this visa lets you hang around in the UK for up to two years (or three if you’ve got a doctorate) to look for work. It’s like the UK saying, “Hey, we value your skills, stick around and see what you can find!” You can even work in various roles, start your own thing, or bring along your family if they’re eligible.

Planning for the Future

But what happens when the Graduate Route Visa’s time is up? Here’s where the Tier 2 work visa comes in. Think of it as a partnership with your employer—they sponsor you, and you get to keep working in the UK. Just make sure the salary matches the job’s requirements.

Senior or Specialist Worker Visa

Already an experienced professional? This visa is like an invitation for experts. If you earn at least £42,400 and your company has a UK branch, you could keep working in the UK under this visa.

These changes aren’t just about rules and paperwork; they’re a way for the UK to say, “We’re open, and we want talented people like you.” It’s a welcoming environment for professionals, especially those from India, to grow, contribute, and thrive.

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