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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

Jobs in the UK

The UK economy’s performance in recent years has been impressive: London remains the economic heartbeat of Western Europe and one of the great trading and finance capitals of the world. The currency (pound) rates very well against the US dollar and unemployment rates remain low.

GDP growth dropped in 2001-03 as a result of (among other factors) a global downturn and the high value of the pound. Nevertheless, the UK economy remains one of the strongest in Europe and the world; inflation, interest rates, and unemployment rates are low compared to those on the continent. This comparatively good economic performance has complicated the current Labour government's efforts (led by Prime Minister Tony Blair) for Britain to join the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). Many Britons are however opposed to the UK joining the EMU for the reason that the pound is doing well as it is - the falling value of the Euro has not helped matters. The current government is speeding up the improvement of transport, education and health services, and is able to do so by increasing tax rates.

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