Visa Guide and Information
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You need a visa to work in the UK. This section provides a vital guide to all the different visas available from a one year holiday working visa to taking up permanent residence. Follow the links below:
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Have you just recently relocated to the UK? This website has been created for you to find all the info you need. Here are some quick links to get you started:
When you are considering working in the UK, please note that you may need pre-entry clearance to both reside and work in the UK. This can be obtained from your local UK consulate or the UK Embassy in your country of origin. The UK Government website has now changed to: www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk
Currently due to skill shortages in the IT and Finance sector a number of companies are willing to “sponsor the right candidate” with a Tier 2 Visa ( Work permit ) to work in London.
Additionally: Some people will be required to apply for a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) WWW.gov.uk/biometric-residence-permits. Certain non EU nationalities will also have to pay a National Health Service Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS). www.gov.uk/healthcare-immigration-application.
To work in the UK you need one of the following with pre-entry clearance unless on a British or EU passport.
If you’re intending to work in the UK and can prove that one of your grandparents was born in the UK, you could be eligible for an ancestry Visa
Tier 5 (Two Year Holiday Working Visa)
Make the most of your time in the UK with a Working Holiday Visa, entitling you to work for one year with plenty of time to travel in the other.
Tier 1 (Highly Skilled Migrant Programme)
This program allows highly skilled migrants to enter the UK if looking for work or self-employment opportunities.
Tier 2 (Work Permit)
These can only be arranged by an employer in the UK, where you are entitled to live and work in the UK for a maximum of 5 years.
Dependant Visa (Spousal Visa)
This allows an applicant to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK based on their dependency on the person who is present and settled in the UK.
Other UK Visa Types
There are special Visa’s for certain professions/skills or situations.