Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Charity Worker) visa category is for the migrants from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland (non European) who want to do unpaid voluntary work for a charity. You need to be sponsored - ie have a certificate of sponsorship from a licensed employer - before you can apply to come to the UK to work. The work you do in the UK must relate to the work of your sponsor organisation.

You can stay for up to 12 months or the time given on your certificate of sponsorship plus 28 days, whichever is shorter. You can enter the UK up to 14 days before the start date of your job. You must also meet all the other eligibility requirements such as certificate of sponsorship, £945 in savings etc. Please contact us for initial assessment to determine your eligibility, and to discuss the options.

Why Western Solicitors for Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Charity Worker) visa application?

UK immigration laws can be quite complex in nature, but it is our responsibility to ensure you get the most professional and valid legal advice to support your application. We at Western Solicitors are specialise in obtaining Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Charity Worker) visa and we can help you with your Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Charity Worker) visa application if you want to do unpaid voluntary work for a charity.

We can help you to understand and collate the relevant paperwork required to support your Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Charity Worker) visa application and will review your case in detail so that we can pre-empt any potential problems before they happen.

We provide a fixed-fee service with no hidden costs.The agreed fixed-fee will depend on the complexity of the matter and the casework involved in the matter. We offer professional UK immigration services with very reasonable fees and flexible payment terms.

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