High Potential Individual Visa

The UK offers several High Potentia Individual Visas for overseas workers. These visa routes aim to bring employees on a short-term or long-term basis to their UK branches. The aim of these visa routes is to simplify the process of hiring talent from outside the UK.
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How to Apply for High Potential Individual Visa UK?

A High Potential Individual Visa is a UK visa route available to individuals who have completed their studies at a university that is included in the eligible universities’ list. If you have completed an approved course from an eligible university, you can seek this visa route.

This particular type of visa does not require you to have a job offer from the UK in order to apply.

In most cases, you can stay in the UK for up to two years on this visa. If you have applied after a doctoral-level qualification from an eligible university, you may be allowed to stay in the UK for up to three years.

One of the unique things about a High Potential Individual Visa is that it affords you a lot of flexibility for your stay in the UK. You can work at most jobs, be self-employed, study, and even have your partner and children live with you in the UK if they meet the immigration requirements. You can also travel outside the UK and return without any immigration restrictions.

However, a High Potential Individual Visa can’t be used to apply for permanent residency in the UK. It is also not possible to seek an extension of the visa. You can apply for other visa types, such as the Skilled Worker Visa, once your High Potential Individual Visa expires.

If you intend to apply for this type of visa, you can consult a reliable immigration solicitor UK at the London-based Adam Bernard’s law office. Our immigration lawyers can help you through every stage of the application process.