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I am currently on a tier 1 post study work visa and planning to switch over to tier 2 general in the next few months. My main concern is when I will be eligible for indefinate leave (2017) ie after five years from when I get my tier 2 how can I show 35k salary for indefinate criteria. I mean at that time if my salary is not 35k then what can I do to prevail settlement.
Ok please find a solution for me... or provide an alternative route..
Hi Tom, This is absolutely correct. Is there any other way of meeting the 35k settlement criteria?Or any other option to prevail settlement?
I entered unnited kingdon on 10th October 2010. This October I will be completing 3 years in the uk. My current post study work permit is valid till 7th March 2014 and my company is ready to switch over my status from tier 1 psw to tier 2 general. Thats my visa history. If you need any other information please feel free to ask me.
How long can i get a tier 2 general leave for ? Like for example if I apply for tier 2 general in october 2013 from that time I will get a leave for 5 years (3+2) ie till 2018. So after 2018 can I again apply for a further Tier 2 (general ) Extension ? Is that what you mean ?
How about if I do a suppplementary job on tier 2 in the same occupation as a the certificate of sponsorship was allocated to. If I now show salary combined from my primary sponsor who gave me certificate of sponbsorship plus supplementary job salary, will I be able to combine both and show 35 k salary for settlement?
any other possibility of switiching over any other visa category after tier 2 general like entrreprenuer or any other visa so that I can finish ten years..
Whatever solution you have given me I knew it already but it is of no help so I dont seem that your advice has helped me in any way. Unfortunately I dont have any option but not to give a good rating for the service as I have no solution to it. I am sure as a solicitor you must have a solution for all the problems.