Visas for entrepreneurs, investors, workers, what can be more exciting? Points-Based System categories can be great fun – if you know how to play by the rules (how to use the Immigration Rules).
This course has a particular emphasis on Tier 2 General and Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa categories, applying for a Sponsor Licence and using Tier 2 Code of Practice as well as qualifying for an Indefinite Leave in these routes. It also covers (often forgotten in training) rules for family members of PBS migrants. You can earn 7 core CPD hours credit, subject to the successful completion of the test after the course.
As a practicing company, we are offering to share our experience to help you deal with the applications of Points-Based System migrants, their family members and ILR applications based on PBS categories. You can read Testimonials on our immigration cases here. Our tutors are our very own OISC-accredited practicing immigration advisers who handle the real cases during the week and teach on weekends. You can read about them on the Tutors page.Unlike most traditional courses, ours is conducted using plain language and does not simply contain quotes from the Immigration Rules. We include cases studies from our practice, a Questions & Answers session and a test to test your knowledge, which is given to the candidates at the end to complete in their own time and send to us. Generally, we try to keep it as entertaining as possible!
You can book PBS training courses here (we have training almost every month): http://www.1st4immigration.com/training/pbs-course.php
Upcoming training dates:
Saturday 17 October 2015. In time for OISC exam on 29 October.
Saturday 21 November 2015. In time for OISC exam on 23 November.
Saturday 5 December 2015. In time for OISC exam on 17 December.
Saturday 16 January 2016. In time for OISC exam on 20 January 2016.
Alternatively, for OISC Level 1 training dates please visit http://www.1st4immigration.com/training/classroom-oisc-level-1-course.php1st 4Immigration Ltd,
OISC no F200800152, CPD ref 80001 from the CPD Standards Office.
68 King William Street, City of London, London, EC4N 7DZ.