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Do I Need A UK Visa
The world is broken into two main sections visa and non-visa nationals those who are visa nationals will require a visa to enter the UK, even for a short holiday while non-visa nationals will require a visa for anything other than a visit. There are two main ways the UK manage their entry requirement which are the Teir1,2,3,4 and 5 visas which are referred to as managed migration routes and the other is family based visas.
If you are not sure if you need a visa to visit the UK check out their website, ask us or ask your local travel agent.
UK Immigration Rules
The UK immigration rules in recent years have become more onerous forcing people to either invest higher amounts of money, secure higher-paid jobs or hold an exceptionally rare talent not found in the UK but required. Even spouse visas entry requirements are, in our opinion unjust and harmful to family life. As the UK currently must accept E.U nationals without any immigration controls the number of people enter the UK each year to work is at record highs. When the UK leave the E.U we expect to see these numbers drop considerably and the UK to adjust their immigration policy to attract highly skilled workers from the US, Australia, Canada and other commonwealth countries.
We also expect international students to be able to stay in the UK post-graduation and go on to secure a tier 2 work permit if they can find an employer willing to sponsor them.
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