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question about temporary long stay visa?

littleflower123 specializes in oncology,ICU,telehealth,neuro,research.

Hi all- Im wondering if anybody might know about this!

If I applied for a temporary long stay visa and an employer sponsored/petitioned for this visa would they expect me to sign with them for a period of time or would I be able to come home permanently to the UK if there was an emergency for example?

Im thinking of applying for this one but I have family here in the UK not in the best of health and needed to know if I had to come home for any reason, could I without being penalised????

Many thanks in advance for any advice on this!!!!

Rachael

Tanvi Tusti specializes in ICU, midwifery, Nurse Practitioner.

Hi all- Im wondering if anybody might know about this!

If I applied for a temporary long stay visa and an employer sponsored/petitioned for this visa would they expect me to sign with them for a period of time or would I be able to come home permanently to the UK if there was an emergency for example?

Im thinking of applying for this one but I have family here in the UK not in the best of health and needed to know if I had to come home for any reason, could I without being penalised????

Many thanks in advance for any advice on this!!!!

Rachael

Hi Rachael

Im here on a temporary worker employer sponsered visa. I signed a 6 month contract but made it very clear to my employer that should any problems arise back home I obviously would need to go. They were fine about it, its very easy to get your contract virtually any length you want (not usually less than 3 months though) and they are always asking if you are going to stay on permanantly so dont worry about it. Obviously if you go back home on an extended visit but intend to come back, then you probably wouldn't get paid but there are no penalties for not completing your contract with them (unless you go with an agency that has some kind of fee attached, but there really is no need to do that to get to Oz, its a very simple procedure).

Hope this helps.

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