A bright future
in the United Kingdom
is waiting for you
for Arts, Culture and Architecture occupations.
Are you an aspiring leader in the field of Arts, Culture or Architecture?
Great Britain Wants You!
Great Britain wants to attract young promising leaders of tomorrow to strengthen its multicultural, diverse and growing country.
As an artist, Great Britain can offer you opportunities that you could never dream of!
The ‘British Global Talent Work Visa’ is offered to talented and promising individuals who are considered as leaders or emerging leaders in a specific sector and are wishing to live and work in the United Kingdom.
GLOBAL TALENT WORK VISA
ONLY 2 PIECES OF EVIDENCE MAKES YOU ELIGIBLE TO APPLY
The initial requirements for aspiring leader in the Arts ,Culture and Architecture to apply for Global Talent Work Visa:
YOUR FIRST STEP IN THE UK STARTS HERE.
CHECK IF YOU'RE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY
Start with a simple questionnaire and check if you meet the requirements.
If you meet the basic requirements, our legal team at DRSI LAW will send over a detailed Global Talent Work Visa application, and provide you with an assessment of your UK immigration options.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- INITIAL VISA APPLICATION FORM:
Once your initial questionnaire has been submitted, a detailed Global Talent Work Visa application form will be send by our team to your email address.
- PROFESSIONAL ASSESSMENT PROCESS:
Based on your filled Application form, DRSI LAW team will evaluate your eligibility to apply for a work visa to the United Kingdom.
- OFFICIAL UK VISA APPLICATION:
If our legal team at DRSI LAW finds you eligible to apply for a work Visa in the UK, we will schedule a consultation meeting to discuss your case in more detail. Together, we will strategize on the best manner in which to proceed and find out which method is right for you.
- WELLCOME TO THE UNITED KINGDOM:
Your UK Global Talent Visa is valid for up to five years and you are eligible to live and work in the United Kingdom.
You next process will be to apply for ‘Leave to Remain’ status and later, apply for a UK passport.
Professional Advisory session is £350 per hour, Which will be deducted from your application costs.
WANT TO KNOW MORE?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The British Global Talent Work Visa is granted for 1-5 years (and can be renewed for 1-5 years at a time indefinitely) to talented and promising individuals who are considered as leaders or emerging leaders in a specific sector and are wishing to live and work in the United Kingdom.
Qualifying business sectors include the arts (including architecture, fashion design, or film), engineering, digital technology, humanities or science.
The experienced team of DRSI Law can provide you with an assessment of your eligibility to apply for the Global Talent Visa and guide you through each step of the application process.
Yes. If you are approved for a Global Talent Work, your spouse or partner and your dependent children under 18 years of age can also apply online for the relevant visa to live in the UK with you. A spouse can be a married spouse or a cohabiting partner who has lived with you for over two years.
In general, from the time you complete your UK Immigration Consultants Assessment Application to the time you receive a decision about your British work visa application (assuming you were evaluated as eligible to continue the process), could take approximately 4-6 months.
The Global Talent Work Visa has the option to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (permanent residency in the United Kingdom) after living in the UK for a certain number of years and meeting other eligibility requirements.
After living in the UK with Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) status for a certain amount of time and satisfying other eligibility criteria, you and your family may be able to apply to receive British citizenship.
In general, a person may apply to become a British citizen after living in the UK legally for five years (including 12 months with Indefinite Leave to Remain status) and satisfying other eligibility criteria.
● carnival arts
● festivals or large-scale outdoor events and spectacles
● interdisciplinary arts/ multi-disciplinary arts
● contemporary dance/ aerial dance
● culturally specific or world dance/street dance
● folk dance (Morris or clog dancing for example)
● social dance (Ceilidhs, barn dance, tea dance, line dancing ect)
● jazz and tap
● dance spectaculars (such as ‘Dancing on Ice’ or ‘Lord of the Dance’)
● choreography or teaching,
● physical theatre and mime
● plays or narrative drama (excluding Film & TV)
● experimental theatre
● variety and cabaret
● puppetry and visual theatre
● design (e.g. lighting, set or costume design)
● Stage management.
● drawing, painting or printmaking
● sculpture and installation
● artist-led animation (excluding work primarily intended for Film or TV, commercial games or mass-market media distribution)
● illustration (such as concept art, comic art, picture books, zines and other, but does not include areas such as technical, scientific, medical or fashion design and illustration)
● live and performance art
● mixed media art, digital or computer-generated art
● graphic design (excluding using for commercial/branding or product design)
● ceramics, pottery or crafts (such as woodworking,silversmiths or metal work, jewellery, glass work or textiles)
● photography (excluding documentary photography, such as work exclusively intended for feature in newspapers and magazines – e.g. fashion, music or journalistic)
● artists film and moving image (excluding for Film or TV)
● sound art (including site specific installations or sound installations, ‘audios capes’, sound walks and sound mapping and performance art, or noise or sonic art)
Museums & Galleries
● Artists, arts practitioners and curators who deliver arts focused activity in museum or gallery settings.
● (Combined Arts, Dance, Literature, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts).
● poetry (in print, digital or live)
● prose fiction (in print, digital or live)
● publishing (of prose fiction or poetry)
● writing for graphic novels and comics
● writing and illustration for children and young people
● Innovative and creative approach to non-fiction work, that demonstrates strong literary merit
● classical and orchestral music
● baroque, chamber and early music brass or silver bands
● marching or concert bands
● contemporary music (pop, rock, soul, country, funk, hip-hop, R&B, urban, blues, electronic)
● choral or gospel
● songwriting and composition
● recording and engineering
● Conducting and musical direction.
Film & TV
● artists and practitioners working in the film, television, animation
● post-production or visual effects industries
● Fashion designers
● Architects and architectural designers
DRSI LAW has a vast range of experience filing cases to the British fashion Council ,Tech Nation, Royal College of arts, Royal Society, for science and medicine, Royal Academy of Engineering, The British Academy, Arts Council England and the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), for research applicants.
We evaluate your eligibility, guide you on the documentation to collect, edit the package in accordance to the strict requirements and follow through the entire process starting with an endorsement, till the visa stage.