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Why can't agencies with PQBS status issue visa's in the UK?

Why can't agencies with PQBS status issue visa's in the UK?

Old Sep 10th 2002, 7:42 am
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Unhappy Why can't agencies with PQBS status issue visa's in the UK?

The idea of using an agency with Pre Qualified Business Sponsorship status to sponsor me and my girlfiend seems like a more beneficial idea. As appose to being sponsored by a company directly. Like more tax incentives, and 'slightly' greater job security.

BUT!

Why can't agencies with PQBS status issue visa's in the UK?

It seems that the only way to get them to sponsor us, is by allready being in Austalia. Which is troublesome for me and my partner. It would be better to have the Visa in our passports before we arrive.

Why? Is this a legal issue? Or a financial issue for them? Anyone?

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Brad
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Old Sep 12th 2002, 8:33 am
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Angry Re: Why can't agencies with PQBS status issue visa's in the UK?

Ok Seeing as none of you are going to talk to me! I'll talk to myself!

They do Brad! Pendragon http://www.pendragon.net.au and Geoffery Nathan http://www.gnaustralia.com.au have confirmed they will sponsor people whilst still in the UK.

Freespirit http://www.freespirit.com.au WONT. Company policy.

Cheers Brad.
No problem Brad

Originally posted by bradleyjaysmith:
The idea of using an agency with Pre Qualified Business Sponsorship status to sponsor me and my girlfiend seems like a more beneficial idea. As appose to being sponsored by a company directly. Like more tax incentives, and 'slightly' greater job security.

BUT!

Why can't agencies with PQBS status issue visa's in the UK?

It seems that the only way to get them to sponsor us, is by allready being in Austalia. Which is troublesome for me and my partner. It would be better to have the Visa in our passports before we arrive.

Why? Is this a legal issue? Or a financial issue for them? Anyone?

Cheers

Brad
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