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I am Shoubhik Ghosh, employee of Infosys, working at apple office, London, UK. My Home country is India. I have UK Tier 2 (ICT - Long Term Staff) Visa which will expire on 1 Nov, 2013. Can you please let me know the proces on the following 1>Can I able to extend my present visa 2>Can I be allowed to leave the present company and join a new Company under my Visa 3>Can I able to change my existing visa to UK Tier2 general Visa
Hi Please have the details below,
Start date of my visa: 02 November 2011
Length of Stay in UK Till Now: 1 yr 1 month
Thanks for your reply.
So for extension purpose, How do I know whats is the period of qualify for settlement,
What would be the time period, If I go for extension.
I am slightly confused on that. I have got visa for 2 years, which will be end at 1st Nov, 2013.
So as per you I can still go for visa extension of another year and then I need to go back on 2014. Is that correct?
As per your comment
"your sponsor ( employer) can sponsor you further to extend it up to a maximum of three years."
Are you talking about extension of another 3 years after 2013
or you are talking about extension of another 1 years after 2013 which will make my total stay in UK to 3 years (counting existing period)
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