Friday, 2 July 2010

Clarification of changes to Tier 1 points

According to UKBA's latest news release it says - If you are in the UK in one of the following categories and are applying to extend your stay in Tier 1 (General), you will need to score 95 points:
  • Tier 1 (General)
  • Highly Skilled Migrant Programme
  • Writers, Composers and Artists
  • Self-Employed Lawyers
If you are in the UK in any other category, for example Tier 1 (Post-study work), then you will need to score 100 points when you apply to switch into Tier 1 (General).
If you are applying from outside the UK, you will need to score 100 points.
Source: UKBA

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