How can I work in the UK if the company does not have a Sponsorship Licence?
I trust this message finds you well. I am writing to seek your advice and guidance regarding a situation I am currently facing. I have recently received a job offer from a company in the UK, which is an exciting opportunity for me. However, I've learned that the company is not able to provide sponsorship for a work visa. Given my circumstances and aspirations, I would greatly appreciate your insights on potential solutions or alternative pathways that could allow me to pursue this job opportunity in the UK. I am eager to explore all available options and ensure that I can make the most of this situation. Your expertise and experience in immigration matters are invaluable, and I am hopeful that you might be able to shed some light on potential avenues I could explore. If there are any strategies, visa categories, or steps that could increase my chances of being able to work in the UK, I would be extremely grateful to hear about them. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to your response and any guidance you can provide. Please feel free to contact me via email or phone at your convenience.
Thank you for your enquiry.
The most-straightforward route may be to obtain a certificate of sponsorship from the company referenced above. The company would need to apply for a defined CoS which would enable them to sponsor you for a defined period to work for them. We can assist with the sponsorship licence and the skilled worker visa when you have obtained your CoS. For more information, please call 02039599123 or click here
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