In this guide, we outline the rights EEA residents have to live and work in the UK, as well as the social benefits you may be entitled to.
There are various types of visa which allow nationals of other countries to come to the UK for several reasons. One of the reasons why people of other nations want to come to the UK is when they get a job in UK, which comes under the Tier 2 category. However, there have been recent changes to immigration rules for this category of visa.
How do Tier 2 visa applications from outside the UK work? Find out in this guide.
If you are looking to join your spouse or partner who is a UK citizen, then you can do so by applying for UK Spouse visa. If you’re a UK citizen looking to bring your partner or spouse to the UK, then you can sponsor your partner. In normal circumstances, the sponsor has to meet certain financial requirements for his or her partner when he or she comes to the UK. But what if the sponsor has a disability which means they are restricted in their ability to work?
If you are looking to form a company in UK, then it is quite possible for you. The UK is a huge economy and offers lot of opportunities for individualss, with a large number of business people looking to form their company in UK. But what do you need to know about forming a company in the UK?
One of the principle ways to enter the UK is by applying for a Tier 1 entrepreneur visa. This type of visa allows business people to come to the UK for commercial activity. The UK offers a plethora of opportunities for entrepreneurs and business people, and many individuals wish to come to the UK for an array of different reasons. Due to this, there are many different routes of entry enabling people to enter the UK.
The UK Spouse Visa allows a person to enter the UK and live with his or her spouse, assuming they are already settled in the UK or are a British citizen. But what happens if your application for a Spouse Visa is refused?
In June 2016, 52% of referedum votes were cast in favour of Britain leaving European Union. This meant that the formal procedure of UK withdrawing from EU would start upon triggering Article 50, with the UK on course to leave the EU by the end of a 2 year period. But what does Brexit mean for non-British citizens living in UK and British citizens living in the EU?
The UK is a diverse and economically vibrant country. It is still one of the best places to start a business and grow. Due to this, there are hundreds of people who want to come to UK and set up their own business in different industries or take control of an existing business. In order to do this from outside the EU, you’ll need to apply for an Entrepreneur Visa.