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Immigration Rules Appendix J: Table 8 of this Appendix also sets out advertising and evidential requirements for creative sector jobs, as referred to elsewhere in these Rules. Table 1 sets out PhD-level occupation codes. Table 2 sets out occupations skilled to Regulated Qualifications Framework level 6 or above.
Table 3 sets out occupations skilled to Regulated Qualifications Framework level 4 or above. Table 4 sets out occupations which are ineligible for Sponsorship in Tier 2 General and Tier 2 Intra-Company Transfer applications, due to skill level, but which are still acceptable to support some indefinite leave to remain applications.
Table 5 sets out further lower-skilled occupations which are ineligible for Sponsorship in Tier 2 General and Tier 2 Intra-Company Transfer applications.
Table 6 sets out occupations which are ineligible for Sponsorship in Tier 2 General and Tier 2 Intra-Company Transfer applications, for reasons other than skill level. This table is provided for applicants and Sponsors who relied on a SOC code in a previous application, and need to know the equivalent SOC code if the applicant is applying to continue working in the same occupation.
Table 8 sets out creative sector codes of practice. This system is designed to cover all possible jobs. The job description must correlate with the most appropriate match, according to the SOC system.
The example job tasks and related job titles listed in Tables 1 to 4 are taken from guidance published by the Office for National Statistics. Further guidance on jobs in Tables 5 and 6 is available from the guidance published on the Office for National Statistics website. The Home Office will apply the most appropriate match based on the job description in an application, even if this is not the match stated by the applicant or their Sponsor.
Where Appendix A of these Rules refers to an applicant continuing to work in the same occupation, this means: Appropriate salary rates Where these Rules state that an applicant must be paid the appropriate rate for a job as set out in this Appendix, the rate will be determined as follows: The appropriate rate must then be identified for that SOC code using the other tables, where relevant.
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