6 Advantages of the UK Religious (Temporary) Worker Visa Route
In this blog post, we give you six advantages to the Religious (Temporary) Worker Visa Route.
What is the Religious (Temporary) Worker Visa Route?
The Temporary Work-Religious Worker visa allows you to make your dreams a reality. This visa is specifically designed for religious workers who want to engage in temporary work in the UK. If you wish to do religious work in a non-pastoral role or religious order, then this visa is your key to entering the UK.
You will get to explore the rich culture and history of the UK. Imagine exploring ancient cathedrals, attending religious events, and forging lifelong connections within the religious community.
So what are the 6 advantages of a Temporary Work-Religious Worker visa?
1) This visa allows you to live and work in the UK for up to 24 months, giving you ample time to fulfil your religious duties and make a meaningful impact in the local community.
2) Allows you to bring your dependents along with you. This means that your family can experience the rich culture and history of the UK, explore ancient cathedrals, attend religious events, and forge lifelong connections within the religious community.
3) Does not come with an English Language Requirement
4) You can do a second job in the same sector at the same level as your main job for up to 20 hours a week.
You can do a job on the Skilled Worker Shortage Occupation list for up to 20 hours, which are additional to the hours in your main job.
5) Allows study under the Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS).
6) Has exemptions to the requirement to meet the financial route.
If you would like to learn more about the Religious Worker (Temporary) Visa and the application process, you can do so through our eBook here.
Our Guide to the UK Religious Worker (Temporary) Visa Application
This eBook will help you understand the process of applying for the Religious Worker (Temporary) Visa, the benefits of obtaining a Religious Work Visa in the UK, and other must-know information.