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[Video] Supporting Document Breakdown for The #TechNation Exceptional Talent VISA

Getting endorsed as a World Leading Exceptional Talent by Tech City UK a.k.a Tech Nation requires jumping through a lot of hurdles. These hurdles are understandable because of the benefits attached to being endorsed. Besides getting 5 years and 4months Visa to the UK to live and work with little or no restrictions to your creativity, you get to have the brag right of saying “Am a World Leading Exceptional Talent in Digital Technology”. Trust me, I love saying this and I even have it on my social media profiles. Its a very good status to have. One of the many hurdles – perhaps the most important hurdle is submitting “Supporting Documents” that proves you are an exceptional talent and deserve to be endorsed by Tech Nation & the UK government.

This documents will have to prove that you are either an established World Leader in digital technology or you demonstrate the potential to become a world leader in the field of digital technology and also that you have somewhat been recognized internationally for your impact and work in the field. All these sounds very scary, trust me – when I first came across the Tech Nation Visa for Exceptional Talent, I instantly said “No way, this isn’t me. There’s no way am a World Leader in Digital Technology”.

But here I am today, endorsed and enjoying my stay in London with freedom to remain creative and competitive in digital technology. So, if you have the same feeling, I know how you feel – don’t worry, you might just be! In the video above which I titled “Supporting Document Breakdown for #TechNation Exceptional Talent VISA” , I went in-depth in explaining how to basically map out the requirements for the documents you need to submit and examples of documents you can provide. So, Tech Nation advises that you submit up to 10 (not more than 10) pieces of evidence / documents to be considered for endorsement and each of them must not surpass 2 A4 Papers.

The documents are splitted into “Key Criteria” and “Qualifying Criteria” documents. According to them, you must submit 1 Key Criteria document and two or more Qualifying documents and then add more documents to make up 10. I had a bit of challenge understanding this in my first attempt to get endorsed, but I got it right in my second application.

I talk more about this in the video above. If after watching the video above on Supporting Document Breakdown for #TechNation Exceptional Talent VISA and you have some more questions, be sure to drop a comment below or send me an email. I have other articles and videos on the Tech Nation Visa Scheme and how to apply here

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Daniel Damilola Nejo

The author Daniel Damilola Nejo

Daniel is a content creator, web and graphic designer, digital marketer and musician endorsed by the UK Government as a “World Leading Exceptional Talent in Digital Technology”.

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