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You can make an application for a Toer 2 (General) Visa which is a Sponsored Skilled Worker Visa. Click on the following link for further details:
The fact that she has worked for yoru family before may strengthen the application.
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A Cerificate of Sponsorship is not an actual certificate or paper document, it is a unique reference number that you issue to the migrant to enable them to apply for entry clearance to the Uk, if they are outside the UK, or permission to remain if they are in the UK.
As an employer, you will be able to obtain this from the Home Office.
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In order to obtain a Visa, she must qualify with enough points before submitting an application.
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