When your Global talent visa application gets granted, you receive a sticker(a vignette) on your passport.
This vignette has a validity of 30 days, which means that it should be utilized to enter the UK and are told when and where to gather their Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) after they show up in the UK. The BRP is a plastic mastercard sized visa legitimate for the full length of your visa.
EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland nationals, who have a biometric visa and utilized the ‘UK Immigration: ID Check’ application won’t get a vignette or BRP and on second thought have a computerized migration status.
While you travel to the UK
The UK Home Office strictly guides the applicants not to book their tickets until they have their Global talent visa in hand.
As soon as they receive the global talent vignette then only one must begin to get tickets, else you would have to apply again for the vignette before you can enter the UK.
Entering as a UK visitor
The global talent visa applicant must bear in mind that if they try to enter the UK before they have submitted their application or right after their application submission, their Global talent visa application will be null and void and they won’t be able to join their employer.
The applicant and their family members will have their vignettes checked and stamped by the Immigration officer at the border of the UK before entry.
Citizens of an EU Country, Australia, Canada, Iceland, Japan, Liechtenstein,New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland and the USA who have a biometric identification can enter through ‘eGates’ without contacting an Immigration Officer. On the off chance that going with children under 12 years of age, nonetheless, they can’t utilize the ‘eGates’ and should see an Immigration Officer.
However,those entering the UK through eGates won’t have a stamp on their passport; they must retain their travel documents such as boarding passes, travel tickets, etc, if they are looking to apply for Indefinite leave to Remain (ILR UK).
After entering the UK
After entering the UK, you must initiate 3 things before you begin working for any employer.
Step 1: collect BRP(Biometric Residence Permit)
Visa holders must collect their Biometric residence permit within 10 days of reaching the UK.
Often this gets delayed, in such a case, you must immediately contact the Home Office.
Once you receive your residence permit you must thoroughly investigate for any errors. If the BRP has any mistake or errors, it should be rectified, and you must immediately inform your employer.
Step 2: Evidencing the vignette and BRP for Right to work check
An important aspect of Right to work check is verifying your vignette and BRP to your employer before you begin working with them.
Step 3: Police registration
Many times, the Home office letter guides the applicants for police verification and registration. This is usually case specific. The police registration must take place within 7 days from the date of arriving in the UK.
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