The offered visa is a three-year Tier 2 work permit. There are two types of visas: standard and priority, which differ in terms of processing time. For the preparation of your visa application, we have a specialised visa processing desk. Additionally, we will prepare the visa application for your dependents/family members.
On arrival of your visa, you would be asked for your preferred port of departure from where you would be opting to fly to the UK, and accordingly, your tickets would be arranged. We will be sending you the necessary information regarding your baggage and things to be carried with you in general. Team J & A is pleased to help you with your queries about the travel, immigration, etc.
WELCOMING & PICKUP FROM THE UK AIRPORT
To ensure your safety and comfort, the J & A team always has someone waiting for you at the airport to greet you warmly and transport you to your chosen accommodation. We want you to feel at ease while you’re in the UK, so we’ll make sure you have everything you need.
Anyone who is new to a place would usually be clueless about the place of stay, especially when they are in an unknown country with considerable baggage. We again assure the comfort of being at home, while you are in the UK. We work with a number of communities that will support the candidates to find the right accommodation further.
BANK ACCOUNT & SIM CARD
It is tough for candidates who are new to the United Kingdom to understand the papers required for obtaining bank accounts and SIM cards. We assist our candidates in obtaining bank accounts and mobile phone service. Before departing, candidates can approach with their specific consultants and receive assistance with the opening of bank accounts and SIM cards, if necessary.
When you arrive at the selected hospital/care home, everyone must complete the basic or first requirements. However, your job will begin on the fifth day (subject to quarantine norms) of your arrival. You will be able to resume your work and OSCE preparation after taking this course.
Passing the OSCE, which is the NMC UK’s final competency test for nurses, will result in registration in the UK. Even though it is a difficult exam to pass, applicants who work with J & A may relax knowing that we will help them get ready for the OSCE. Before they go for the UK, the candidates receive OSCE preparation materials from us.
It’s a truth and a source of pride that the employers with whom we do business value and care for their workers. Their facilities include scheduled training sessions and workshops with professional instructors and cutting-edge training resources to ensure that everyone passes the OSCE on their first try.
We have a specialized visa consultant who is in charge of the planning and processing of visas for our candidate’s dependents and family members.
It is customary for this pre-departure session to take place in the last week before departure. It will last one hour and will be addressed by a member of our experienced staff from the United Kingdom. They primarily go through the points listed below in detail. It will be more of an open session where candidates will be able to ask questions and clear up any doubts they may have.
- General Guidelines
- Workplace Ethics & Guidelines
- Accommodation Ethics & Guidelines
- Covid-19 Guidelines
- General Instructions
- Open forum to clear doubts
POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE AND DBS
Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) should be obtained and submitted by every individual who is planning to obtain a Skilled Migrant visa to the UK from the country of residence. If an individual has resided on a work visa or a dependent visa or a student visa in any foreign country for a period of/exceeding 12 months, then the individual should obtain a Police Clearance Certificate from that country and submit along with the documentation. If the individual has resided for 12 months or more in the UK, then the individual must apply and submit a DBS which is the equivalent certificate of the PCC.