I presume you are aware that you cannot apply from within the UK but would instead have to apply from outside the UK (usually in your home country).
Yes I am aware of the fact that I will have to apply from my home country however Just want to confirm that as I was in UK for last 12 months on ICT tier 2 long term staff DEPENDENT category, will this 12 months be considered as cooling off period and I will be able to apply immediately once I got to India for ICT tier 2 short term.
Under the Short Term ICT rules you cannot apply for another Short Term ICT until either 12 months have passed from the expiry date of your previous Short Term ICT or you have been outside the UK for 12 months, whichever is sooner.
So yes, you can apply for another Short Term ICT but, as you know, you must do so from outside the UK.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX confirm if I go back to India I can immediately switch from dependent to my own short term visa.
Thanks a lot for confirming this.
My annual salary is less than 40K and I am about to end my relation with my wife so just wanted to check I can enter into ICT short team.
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