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Tier 1 Exceptional Talent applicants are sorted into two categories:
exceptional promise applicants, who are often at an early stage in their career but show real potential to become a world leader; and
exceptional talent applicants, who are more established in their field and have already demonstrated world leading abilities
Exceptional promise applicants have a five-year settlement route. Immigration Rules, Part 6A, para 245BC allows for anything from one year to five years to be granted as entry clearance (replicated for leave to remain at Immigration Rules, Part 6A, para 245BE), but Immigration Rules, Part 6A, para 245BF(c)(2) makes clear that a full five years’ UK residence must be completed if the applicant’s last endorsement by a Designated Competent Body (DCB) was under that body’s criteria for ‘exceptional promise’.
In contrast, exceptional talent applicants have a shorter time to complete for settlement; Immigration Rules, Part 6A, para 245BF(c)(1) requires only a three-year continuous period of UK residence if the applicant’s last endorsement by a DCB was under that body’s criteria for ‘exceptional talent’.
The provisions of Immigration Rules, Part
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