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There are two main type of UK work visa that gives one the right to work in UK, both of which come under UK based-system.Tier 1 visa. UK (HSMP)The tier 1 general visa is a replacement for the previous highly skilled migrant programme (HSMP). This work visa gives the individual the right to work without the employer needing to sponsor the work permit. This gives the holder of tier 1 visa freedom of movement in the job market, including the right to establish a business or work on a free basis. The employer of tier 1 does not need to register with the home office and is not subject to audits.
Tier 2 visa – work permit A tier 2 visa is issued to those holding a certificate of sponsorship. This is similar to old work permit system where a UK work visa would be issued and the individuals would then apply for entry clearance or further leave to remain. The difference between the tier 2 category of the based system and the old work permit system is that the employer must register with the home office and is then responsible for issuing their own certificate of sponsorship. The employer must do this correctly and failure to do so could results in fine and revocation of the previously approved tier 2 visas. (Work permit).
There are six types of British nationality which includes British citizenship, British overseas, British overseas territory, British national, British protected person and British subject. Some of these were defined in 1983, which came into force and the law defining how citizenship can be obtained changed on that date. Individual who are over 18 years and have been living in the UK for at last five years or three years, and if you are married to a civil partner of a British citizen, you may be able to apply for UK citizenship or naturalization, that is: if you or your wife, husband or civil partner is in designated service outside United Kingdom.
You should read the eligibility section before you make your application and if you make an application for registration and application turn out to be unsuccessful because you not eligible, you will be refunded your registration fee. The most accepted evidence of a British citizenship is a British passport which is issued on or after 1 January 1983. Whether a person has a claim to British nationality can be determined by applying the definitions of the British national act.
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