有冇人係tier 2 visa 可以解答下我疑難
我有公司offer 應該整緊sponsor cert 比我
咁我係咪應該自己整哂其他要既documents 先 例如驗身報告 犯罪紀錄個d 先 定係等埋個sponsor 先開始整
我個個係shortage occupation 咁我應該要跟邊個salaries 我見佢pdf個個同網頁內個個唔同
CoS 其實只係一組serial number
submit form 之前填番入去就ok
Salary 好似有分graduate同experienced hire 後者就會高啲。 不過依樣都係叫HR check 清楚先每種工種都要分得好仔細
Remember to get your UK Tier 2 visa using your BN(O) passport if you are entitle to one.
Using a BN(O) passport have the following advantages over HKSAR passport -
1) BN(O) passport holders can register to vote in all UK elections. Being on the electoral roll helps you to build up your own credit history in the UK. HKSAR passport holders are not entitle to vote in the UK.
2) HKSAR passport holders, as Chinese nationals are required to register with the local police in the UK while BN(O) passport holders don't need to register.
3) Once a BN(O) passport holder get Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR - 永久居留) in the UK, he/she can apply for some British civil service jobs as a Commonwealth citizen. HKSAR passport holders cannot apply for British civil service jobs until he/she gets British Citizenship.
4) BN(O) passport holders are entitle to get British Citizenship via registration using form B(OTA), which is a cheaper way than naturalisation. (£1163 for registration vs £1282 for naturalisation - both 2017 prices).
You can also exchange your Hong Kong driving licence to an UK one without test as long as you gained your Hong Kong driving licence by a driving test in Hong Kong.
As you said in other post that the boss in the UK is on holiday just now, you could still have enough time to renew your expired BN(O) passport before applying for your UK Tier 2 visa. As long as you have your expired BN(O) passport, it is not going to take long to renew. You can use the link before to renew your BN(O) passport -
You may not have any plans to come to the UK, but now as an opportunity comes, you should take it. Remember to make British Citizenship as your goal - don't return to Hong Kong with only Indefinite Leave to Remain (永久居留權). Indefinite Leave to Remain status will be revoked if the holder lives outside of the UK for more than 2 years.