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M. R – Success Story of Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent)

Our client applied to be endorsed as Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent). His application was refused by the Endorsing Body, even though our client had filed for two patents in the US, was a published author and had appeared on multiple news sites speaking about digital technology. The client exercised his right and sought an Endorsement Review. The Endorsing Body, however, refused his request. The client then approached Osbourne Pinner.
Our experts at Osbourne Pinner were satisfied that the client met the requirements to be endorsed as an Exceptional Talent. We, therefore, advised and assisted the client in submitting a fresh application for Endorsement to Tech Nation.
The Tier 1 Visa has had a high rate of refusal, in particular in the digital technology sector. Therefore, in order to ensure a strong case, we carefully gathered an exhaustive list of substantial evidence and presented comprehensive legal representations to prove that the client was a genuine entrepreneur. We submitted legal submissions and successfully challenged the decision-maker’s adverse credibility findings made with the previous application.
The case was successfully dealt by our Head of Immigration Department Ms. Patricia. We were successful in obtaining endorsement and subsequently leave to enter and remain in the UK as a Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) Visa for our client and his family.
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