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T5 Seasonal Worker Visa

Officially part of the Appendix T5 (Temporary Worker) Seasonal Worker Route.


The Seasonal Worker Visa allows a worker to come to the UK to take up a temporary position in the edible horticulture sector, engaged in the farming of crops such as fruits and vegetables.


The worker can stay up to 6 months in any 12 months period. The worker needs to have received a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS). There is no English Language requirement.

How long can I stay in the UK with this visa?

How long can I stay in the UK with this visa?

You can stay in the UK for up to 6 months within any 12 months period on the T5 Seasonal Worker Visa.

Which family members can I bring with me on this visa?

You cannot bring family members with you on the T5 Seasonal Worker Visa.

What work can I do while on this visa?

What work can I do while on this visa?

You can only undertake the work you have been sponsored for on the T5 Seasonal Worker Visa.

Can I settle in the UK in the future with this visa?

Can I settle in the UK in the future with this visa?

No. The T5 Seasonal Worker Visa does not lead to settlement.

What fees will I need to pay for this visa?

What fees will I need to pay for this visa?

The UK government fee for the T5 Seasonal Worker Visa is £244.

Which family members can I bring with me on this visa?

Key questions answered:

Valid Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS)
Proof of finances, if applicable

Documents needed (other documentation may also be required):