As of today, the Start-up and Innovator visa categories have opened to applicants.
As you may note from our last update on the new visa categories, a pressing concern for applicants was that of whether endorsement bodies would be prepared in time for the commencement of the new visa routes.
The announcement of several endorsing bodies is welcome news, but vitiated somewhat by the fact that only MedCity have confirmed their position as a body, stating they “will take up this role from 29 March 2019.” Whether this means they are taking applications from today remains to be seen. It is hoped that the latest bodies confirm they are ready to take applications shortly, and budding Start-up and Innovator applicants are not kept waiting.
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RT @iainhalliday91: Good article on problems with endorsing bodies for new Innovator visa. In short
Few are ready to endorse
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