The Entry Clearance Officer,
UK Visas and Immigration
22nd June 2017
SUBJECT: TIER 2 (GENERAL) VISA – GENERAL MIGRANT
My name is Dr. Naseer *** (Visa Application Reference Number: ***, Passport Number: ***). I am applying for Tier 2 (General) visa – General Migrant.
I am a fully qualified doctor. I am registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) UK and I have a licence to practice medicine in the UK. My GMC Reference Number is ***. You can confirm my registration and licence details by logging into the GMC’s official website at gmc-uk.org/LRMP
I am also registered with the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and I also have a license to practice Medicine in Pakistan. I graduated from medical school in Karachi, Pakistan and I have always practiced medicine in my hometown of Karachi.
On 27 October 2017, I was granted a six-month C-Visit visa to the UK, which was valid for 6 months. I visited the UK on 01 December 2016 and returned back to Karachi on 23 April 2017. I did not overstay my limit. During this time I passed my PLAB 2 test and got registered with the General Medical Council. While I was in the UK, I stayed at the residence of my brother, Dr. ***, who works as junior doctor at *** Hospital. In my visa application, I have mentioned two different addresses of his location in ***, because he moved to a new home during that time.
I have now secured a job as a trust grade doctor at *** Hospitals NHS Trust. I have been provided Sponsorship and Maintenance by the Trust (Sponsor’s Licence Number: ***, Certificate Number: ***). My sponsor, *** Hospitals NHS Trust, is listed as a fully approved (A-rated) sponsor according to the list published on gov.uk by the Home Office.
I have always obeyed the rules and regulations of the United Kingdom Border Agency. I am well aware of the consequences of doing anything illegal.