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Komanu123
7th April 2012, 21:04
Hi, I am in urgent need of companies list which sponsor for work permit tier 2 visa. Please could anyone help me with this. I am experienced in IT for 8 years in India and would like to come to uk for work. Thx.

stek
7th April 2012, 21:52
Hi, I am in urgent need of companies list which sponsor for work permit tier 2 visa. Please could anyone help me with this. I am experienced in IT for 8 years in India and would like to come to uk for work. Thx.

Write to 10 Downing Street and ask for a copy of List X. Much earnings and plenty job.

pmeswani
10th April 2012, 08:08
Hi, I am in urgent need of companies list which sponsor for work permit tier 2 visa. Please could anyone help me with this. I am experienced in IT for 8 years in India and would like to come to uk for work. Thx.

There are at least 2 organisations in India who have large presence in the UK. I won't tell you who they are, simply because you should know who they are, as you are in India. If you know who they are, go to them and apply for one of their splendid jobs they advertise in the UK.

I am personally not keen on any more people coming into this country and taking jobs that UK residents can do quite well..... So my advice is to stay in India and enjoy the boom that India is currently enjoying.

oscarose
10th April 2012, 08:53
There are at least 2 organisations in India who have large presence in the UK. I won't tell you who they are, simply because you should know who they are, as you are in India. If you know who they are, go to them and apply for one of their splendid jobs they advertise in the UK.

I am personally not keen on any more people coming into this country and taking jobs that UK residents can do quite well..... So my advice is to stay in India and enjoy the boom that India is currently enjoying.

WPS

isabelhunt
8th May 2012, 06:50
Hi, I am in urgent need of companies list which sponsor for work permit tier 2 visa. Please could anyone help me with this. I am experienced in IT for 8 years in India and would like to come to uk for work. Thx.

I have an IT friend that went with ContractorTaxation, they assisted him with his Tier 2 sponsorship. The only catch is that you have to look for contract yourself.

HTH!

SimonMac
8th May 2012, 09:20
If you send me two references I will think about sponsoring you, how about 50p per mile?

JamJarST
8th May 2012, 10:53
WPS
+1

pmeswani
8th May 2012, 10:58
If you send me two references I will think about sponsoring you, how about 50p per mile?

Is that how much you are going to charge the OP? Or is that going to form part of the OP's salary? :eek:

sn0wm0nkey
17th May 2012, 17:37
I too would love to see such a list. I'm from New Zealand and have been working here as a website developer, and dont want to go home. There's a huge demand for my industry here, but I'm finding it hard to find companies that will sponsor.

Does anyone know where to find this list, if it even exists?

doomage
18th May 2012, 10:51
I too would love to see such a list. I'm from New Zealand and have been working here as a website developer, and dont want to go home. There's a huge demand for my industry here, but I'm finding it hard to find companies that will sponsor.

Does anyone know where to find this list, if it even exists?

Dude / Bro / Cuz

There is no such list. Sponsorship is expensive and a hassle for companies; they have to prove that they cannot find the resource locally. This is going to be particularly difficult for "website developers", who are a dime a dozen. (no offence - agreed, quality resource is hard to find).

Employers also run the risk of prosecution if they are caught hiring employees who are not allowed to work here. So any shady agencies offering sponsorship are likely fraudsters who will offer you work then take your money, leaving you stranded. Be careful.

Your best bet is to either "marry a visa" or get a perm job where they love you so much they will go through the hassle of arranging sponsorship. Or developing a niche skillset where sponsorship is a viable option due to genuine lack of local resource.

Or try freelancing for cash under the table.

You could try setting up a ltd company but you still have to employ yourself, which might mean you are doubly liable if caught.

Good luck.

kaiser78
25th May 2012, 14:59
I have an IT friend that went with ContractorTaxation, they assisted him with his Tier 2 sponsorship. The only catch is that you have to look for contract yourself.

HTH!

Bit of a hardship that...wonder how the rest of us manage to find contracts...?

Diver
25th May 2012, 15:10
I am personally not keen on any more people coming into this country and taking jobs that UK residents can do quite well..... So my advice is to stay in India and enjoy the boom that India is currently enjoying, answering phones and giving helpdesk assistance to those whose lives have been fcked up by the last lot that came over.

FTFY

I am not a racist, I am a realist (check the spelling, they're slightly different)