The Formula for CoS

Once you've gone ahead and secured yourself a job in a Trust that meets all your hopes and aspirations, you're left with another stack of papers to fill out and questions that need answering. Let's get started.

What is a CoS?

A CoS is a 'Certificate of Sponsorship' sponsored by the Trust (your employer), approved by the UK Home office. This is an electronic record, not a physical document. Each certificate has . . .

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Ayobami Ayinde
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Ayobami Ayinde

Compliments of the day younder, please kindly enlighten me about the path of MRCS and as a foreign trained doctor, how easy is it to write such examinations here; in other words, do we have centres in West Africa region. Thanks in anticipation of your response! On Jan 18, 2018… Read more »

Nahid Aktar
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Nahid Aktar

hello Doctor, i have my gmc ID check this month and i will get full registeration inshallah. However i wont be able to start any job in the UK for the next 3-4 months due to personal reasons. so in such cases will it cause any trouble during the revalidation/appraisal… Read more »

Preethi24
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Preethi24

Hi how is the prospects for changing from dependent to tier 2

Dr. Narayan
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Dr. Narayan

Wonderful post, I would like to get a clarification regarding PART B- the salary is the offer package per annum we get from the NHS, OR our existing annual income( in my case INDIA), cause in Asians countries annual income is not at all exceeding 10,000 GBP per annum.

Ariyii
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Ariyii

Good Afternoon, I would like to ask – if a COS denial would likely prevent one from meeting the GMC ID card check (within the stipulated 3 months)- can I reschedule with GMC without having to go through the entire registration process again?

Mohammad
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Mohammad

Thank you for this post

Could you please give me a link to the source of this figures? I mean that 36000 takes 16 points and 37000 takes 17. I can not find any source on gov. uk website

Malik Asad Waqar
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Malik Asad Waqar

Hey Doctor really informative post on Cos . So I was wondering a junior doctor’s pay in uk is 26’000 to 30’000£ . So he will never get a Cos because his points will be 30 (20 + 10 ) . So there is no chance there . Please help… Read more »

sunil
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sunil

Hi. is the resident labour market test still required by law now that tier 2 visa restrictions have been removed for doctors? can we expect more NHS trusts to easily offer Tier 2 CoS?

s s
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s s

Thanks a lot for all the guidance you provide. I wanted to enquire about the visa dates. Is it compulsory that the start date of the visa is the one mentioned on your CoS or it could be earlier or later? Kindly guide as this will help my plan for… Read more »

Naheeda Bibi
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Naheeda Bibi

Hello,
If someone has offered an st3 equalent job and on cos it is mentioned as Str level in the Job title section, does it make any difference?
Thank you

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