Thursday, 22 September 2011

Post Study Work Visa......What Next?

Post Study Work Visa....What Next ? There are only very few options left for the PSW Visa holders. Fahmida Khan, Consultant Editor, http://www.ukeducationforall.com/ writes



PSW Overview
The Tier 1 – Post Study Work route was intended to allow recent international or Non EU graduates from most established universities / listed bodies to stay and work in UK for maximum for two years. PSW visa allows them to work without any restrictions but it cannot be extended beyond two years. A post-study worker is expected to switch into any of the below points-based system:
  • Tier 1 General
  • Tier 2 General or
  • Tier 4
Current Situation
As of April 2011 the Tier 1 General category has been closed for all applicants.
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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Sirm

When is the last date for PSW application, i could not find it in the UKBA site

In country Applicant
Jobe

Rushdy Razak said...

Dear Jobe,

You are right, the exact date is not mentioned
According to UKCISA
"It seems likely that Tier 1 (Post-Study Work) will close on 5 April 2012, but you should aim to apply before 1 April 2012 as the UK Government has not yet made a formal announcement. This means you must have the funds in your account now in order to meet the three-month requirement."

Just to recall, it is mentioned as April in UKBA Guidance but exact date is not formally mentioned

Hope this helps

deep said...

hi sir this is deep i want to know that my visa was expire on 31st oct2011.i i took cas letter from london school of business management but now it is suspended ad due to suspension of college i have received refusal letter frm ukba with a appeal form.now i have lodged apppeal to get time.can u tell me plz wht will happen they will give me time to take new cas or nt.and plz also tell me will this college back or not.plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz reply me i m tooooo much tensed.thanks

Hassan IBn Ali said...

Hiya razak brother , I have completed my
MSC on 13 dec 2012 and get my result on 07 march 2012 and I had applied for PSW on 28 march at 11am ,unfortunately on the same day at 3pm homeoffice suspended my education sponser's license due to some reason . Now let me know what happen with my application , am I loosing points or it will not effect my application

Rushdy Razak said...

Hassan IBn Ali,

Completing a MSc. qualifies your requirements for PSW as long as you have original degree certificate or Completion letter from University and three months maintenance,your colleges implications should not affect your application"

Anonymous said...

Hello Sir , i been in uk from last 3 years .i was on student status and tier 4 general student , but i changed my college and course and start studying at degree at a university in london. and after that i applied for PSW ,after applying for PSW homeoffice curtail my visa and gave me right of appeal and my appeal was allowed and now homeoffice appeal against the decision of first tier tribunal in upper tribunal..i just want to know how many chances for this appeal then i can take step.
thankx

Anonymous said...

Hello Sir , i been in uk from last 3 years .i was on student status and tier 4 general student , but i changed my college and course and start studying at degree at a university in london. and after that i applied for PSW ,after applying for PSW homeoffice curtail my visa and gave me right of appeal and my appeal was allowed and now homeoffice appeal against the decision of first tier tribunal in upper tribunal..i just want to know how many chances for this appeal then i can take step.
thankx
muhammad ali

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