Tier 5 Temporary Worker Conditions of leave
Conditions you must meet.
If you have left in any Tier 5 (Temporary Worker) category, you will be subject to the following conditions:
no recourse to public funds; and
registration with the police, if this is required by paragraph 326 of the Immigration Rules; and
no employment, except:
working for the sponsor in the employment stated on the Certificate of Sponsorship; or,
if you are being sponsored by the government authorised exchange sub-category of Tier 5 (Temporary Worker), work, volunteering or job shadowing authorised by your sponsor that the Certificate of Sponsorship records that you are being sponsored to do; or
if you are being sponsored in the International Agreement subcategory as a private servant in a diplomatic household who was granted entry clearance under the Rules in place on or after 6 April 2012, working for the employer named on the Certificate of Sponsorship;
supplementary employment except for private servants in diplomatic households who were granted entry clearance under the Rules in place on or after 6 April 2012;
Where you are being sponsored in the creative and sporting subcategory of Tier 5 (Temporary Workers), employment as a sportsperson for your national team while it is in the UK, playing in British University and College (BUCS) competitions and temporary engagement as a sports broadcaster; and
You need to apply for an Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate if you are 18 years of age and over and wish to undertake study covered by Appendix 6 of the Immigration Rules
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