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Want to live and work in the UK? The Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) gives talented applicants the opportunity to immigrate to the UK.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Work Permit Visa UK

Planning on working for a company in the UK? The Work Permit allows skilled employees to work for a company based in the UK.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Worker Registration UK

Accession 8 National in the UK? You may be covered by this scheme if you want to work in the UK for more than one month.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Business Visa UK

Want to run a business in the UK? The Business Visa encourages successful business people to settle in the UK and develop new or existing businesses.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Family Visa UK

Want to be closer to your family? Under the Family class Visa, UK citizens and permanent residents can sponsor family members.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Partner Visa UK

Want to join your partner/spouse in the UK? The UK Partner Visa is for people who want to come to the UK to join their partner or marry their UK fiancé.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Student Visa UK

Want to study in the UK? The Student Visa allows overseas nationals to take advantage of a UK education and even work part-time.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Visitor Visa UK

Want to travel to the UK? The UK Visitor Visa allows people to travel to the UK to sightsee or visit family and friends.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Ancestry Visa UK

Grandparents born in UK? This visa is for people who want to live and work in the UK and can prove their UK ancestry.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Working Conditions

In the UK, the worker is well protected. Legislation, national awards and collective agreements all act to protect the rights of workers. If employers refuse to implement these basic conditions, they can be prosecuted and/or sued in the courts or face an industry tribunal hearing.

Minimum Wages
Minimum wage levels vary according to the industry worked in and are most likely covered by national awards.

According to the Employment Relations Act 1999 (UK), in the United Kingdom employers may not restrict the right of employees to join unions. Unions are collective groups to which employees belong and act as representative bodies to protect workers’ rights.

Equal Opportunity Policy
Racial and gender slurs and activities in the workplace are also wholly unacceptable: under UK law, such constitutes assault, and the person making the remark or doing the act may be charged under criminal law as well as prosecuted in civil law by the victim in order to receive damages to compensate for injuries sustained.

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