UK Visas for Stage and Screen (Webinar)
The UK offers a range of immigration routes for foreign nationals with experience in theatre, dance, combined arts, TV and film who wish to work in the UK. In some categories applicants need to be sponsored by an employer, whilst other categories allow employment in the arts, film and television sector without sponsorship.
In this webinar, first broadcast on 29 November 2023, Gillian McCall and Olivia Waddell looked at the main immigration routes available to those with experience in theatre, dance, combined arts, TV and film – both on stage and in production – giving participants the information they needed to assess their immigration options based on their own, their employee’s or their talent’s, experience and expertise.
Webinar: UK Visas for Stage and Screen
Topics discussed included:
- The various UK immigration routes available to those with experience in theatre, dance, combined arts, TV and film;
- The Home Office requirements for each of the immigration categories;
- The pros and cons of each immigration route;
- The eligibility requirements of the Global Talent Arts & Culture and Film & Television routes.
- Global Talent Visa – Arts and Culture – Top 10 FAQs
- Global Talent Arts and Culture Visa Guidance – Part 1
- Global Talent Arts and Culture Route Guidance – Part 2
- UK Visa & Immigration Routes for Creative Artists
- Global Talent Visa: Settlement and ILR in the UK
Contact our Immigration Lawyers
If have experience in theatre, dance, combined arts, TV or film and would like to work in the UK, contact our global talent specialist immigration barristers on 0203 617 9173 or complete our enquiry form below.
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