This content provides general information about the Right to Work in the UK. We advise individuals requiring advice on immigration matters to seek external support from the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).
The UKFPO are not immigration specialists. It is not the responsibility of the UKFPO to provide comprehensive information or updates regarding changes to immigration law.
Right to Work Information
Although every effort has been made to ensure that this guidance is accurate and up-to date at the time of publication, the right for overseas citizens to work in the UK is governed by legislation which may change from time to time, and is ultimately a matter for Parliament and the courts. The UKFPO accepts no responsibility or liability where the content of this guidance is relied upon and later found to be inaccurate, or legislation is changed. You are advised to check the up-to-date position regularly.
National Sponsorship Teams/Contacts
Tier 2 Visa has now changed to Skilled Worker visa. The UKFPO do not arrange the Skilled Worker sponsorship, this is arranged by the National Sponsorship Teams which are as follows:
Health Education England – (previously Tier 2) ‘Skilled Worker’ Sponsorship@hee.nhs.uk
Wales Deanery – NWSSP.EmploymentServices.Enablement@wales.nhs.uk
The Northern Ireland Medical and Dental Training Agency (NIMDTA) – firstname.lastname@example.org
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) – email@example.com
Tier 4 sponsorship has now changed to Student Visa. A Student Visa is arranged by the sponsorship team at HEE. This is a programme specific visa. The contact details are as follows:
Health Education England – (previously Tier 4) ‘Student Visa’ StudentSponsorship@hee.nhs.uk
Right to Work Information Required at the Point of Application
Right to Work is not required at the point of application. Please select on Oriel the most appropriate status for yourself.