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The creative and sporting worker category is for people coming to the UK to work or perform as sportspeople, entertainers or creative artists for up to 12 months. If you are a sportsperson, you must be internationally established at the highest level in your sport, and/or your employment must make a significant contribution to the development and running of sport at the highest level in the UK.
If you are a coach, you must also be suitably qualified to do the job.
Before you apply under the creative and sporting worker category, you must have:
You can apply under the creative and sporting worker category if you are:
This sub-category is for people coming to the UK to do voluntary (unpaid) work for a charity. The work must be directly related to the work of your sponsor’s organisation.
Before you apply under Tier 5 (Temporary workers – charity workers), you must have:
You can make an application if:
The religious worker category is for people coming to the UK to work temporarily as a religious worker.
Religious workers can do:
Before you apply under the religious category, you must have:
You can apply under the religious worker category now if you are:
The government authorised exchange category is for people coming to the UK through approved schemes that aim to share knowledge, experience and best practice, and to experience the social and cultural life of the UK. This category must not be used to fill job vacancies or to bring unskilled labour to the UK.
Before you apply under the government authorised exchange category, you must have:
You can apply under the government authorised exchange category now if you are:
The international agreement category is for people coming to the UK under contract to do work that is covered under international law, including:
Before you apply under the international agreement category, you must have:
The youth mobility scheme is for young people from participating countries and territories who want to come and experience life in the UK. Every year, the UK government allocates a number of places on the scheme for each country and territory.
The countries and territories participating in the scheme, and the number of places or certificates of sponsorship allocated to them for 2013, are:
If you are a citizen or passport-holder of a country or territory listed above, and that country or territory has not used all its places for this year, you might be able to come to the UK under the youth mobility scheme. Your national government will be your ‘sponsor’ during your stay.
You can also apply under the scheme if you are a British overseas citizen, a British overseas territories citizen or a British national (overseas). You will not need a sponsor, and there is no limit on the number of places on the scheme.
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