“A Happy Picture”
By Danielle Cohen Immigration Law Solicitor LinkedinDanielle Cohen has over 20 years of experience as a lawyer and a reputation for offering professional, honest and expert advice.
We had the pleasure of assisting an Israeli national in his application for a Global Talent Visa as an emerging leader in the field of arts and culture namely photography. Our client was assisted in obtaining his endorsement letter and the Arts Council England have advised the Home Office that he meets the criteria for exceptional promise and his leave to enter the scheme was allowed shortly after.
We also assisted a Moroccan national who sought endorsement under the Global Talent Visa. She was in the field of art and culture, photography, and again we assisted her with the initial application requirement to obtain the endorsement. Having obtained the endorsement, obtaining the visa was the easy part.
We assist our clients with our expertise and knowledge to walk them through the detailed assessment of the supporting documents which need to be submitted with the application. Given that the assessment is purely evidence based, it is very important to submit the best documents so that the criteria for endorsement is met. If there is insufficient physical supporting evidence provided showing talent or promise the endorsement will not be given.