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You applied for a standard visitor visa and received a refusal. Your refusal notice provided an explanation and referred to Paragraphs V 4.2 (a) and (c) (and sometimes subparagraph ‘e’). This is a distressing incident and often leads to feelings of confusion, anger or frustration. These feelings may be amplified by learning that there is no avenue available for appeal or administrative review.
This is understood as what the applicant wrote in their application and the evidence they provided (and the courts have upheld this interpretation). If the ECO intends to deny and thinks that a single piece of evidence will prevent a denial, they will contact the applicant and request it. But the refusals we are talking about in this article go far beyond where a single piece of evidence can prevent a refusal.
Visa applications are opened in the mailroom by an Entry Clearance Assistant (ECA) and a witness. Two people are required. Each application is entered into Proviso (UKVI’s tracking system) along with an enumeration of what evidence has been provided. Once entered into Proviso, further ECAs are involved to examine the evidence and conduct investigations into the applicant’s circumstances. This is the stage where the ECAs can communicate with the applicant’s bank and employer. They will also run biometrics and search relevant databases. ECAs are local employees who speak the local language and know the local customs. They generally aim to obtain a British passport through service to the Crown and, as a result, are thorough and detail-oriented.
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I am writing this post because I am preparing to take this series of exams that are taken in the United Kingdom and that are the mainstay of any British doctor’s curriculum prior to entering an ST3 Post (specialty training post).
I remind you that we have already addressed the subject of what the British system of specialist training consists of. Check the post on how to work as a doctor in the UK and everything related to GMC registration: Specialty and homologation in the UK.
Please do not confuse the MRCP with a selection exam for medical residency in the UK. The MRCP UK diploma is only to certify medical knowledge at the level of UK doctors and is a requirement to be able to do any specialty training in the UK. The selection process for medical residency posts is another matter. The PLAB exams are only to be able to achieve a full registration with the GMC and be able to work as a doctor in the UK. Check the link above if you want to see that detail.
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Gayot FowApplied for a standard visitor visa and received a denial. Her refusal notice provided an explanation and referred to paragraphs V 4.2 (a) and (c) (and sometimes subparagraph ‘e’). This is a distressing incident and often causes feelings of confusion, anger or frustration. These feelings may be amplified by learning that there is no avenue available for appeal or administrative review.
This is understood to mean what the applicant wrote in their application and the evidence they provided (and the courts have upheld this interpretation). If the ECO is willing to deny and believes that a single piece of evidence will prevent the denial, it will contact the applicant and ask for it. But the denials discussed in this article go beyond what a single piece of evidence can prevent.
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If you already have a medical degree and clinical experience (no more than 24 months) you can apply for a FY2 locum (max 18 months clinical experience) or a Core Training 2 (CT2) locum (if you already have more than 24 months clinical and specialty experience). These locum positions are the ones that are not filled in a certain region of the UK but still the process is difficult as foreigners and Europeans, as locum positions are very limited and there is a lot of competition. Normally the recruiters choose first British doctors, then European doctors and finally other non-EU doctors.
For the application for General Practitioners or GP Training with the Royal College of General Practitioners, it is also a requirement to have passed the Foundation Programme or to have already completed a specialty.
As foreign doctors without a European passport or without a European residence permit, you must apply for a Tier 4 Visa, so that before you can apply for any position, you must already have the visa. For the visa they only ask for IELTS as recognition of English proficiency.