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Temporary Worker Visa In The UK

There are now many different Temporary Visa routes for those wanting to live, study or work in the UK.

In our latest video guide we discuss each type of Temporary Work Visa and how to apply.

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Could you pass the LIFE IN THE UK TEST?

In today’s video, we’re going to do a mock Life in the UK Test.

You must first pass the Life in the UK Test before applying for UK citizenship.

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UK FAMILY VISA on the basis of your PRIVATE LIFE

In today’s video, we’re going to talk about applying for a Family Visa ‘on the basis of your private life’.

There are a number of different circumstances where this visa route might be applicable.

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What happens at a UK CITIZENSHIP CEREMONY?

In today’s video, we’re going to talk about UK Citizenship Ceremonies.

When you have successfully applied to become a British citizen, you must attend a citizenship ceremony, if you are 18 or over.

Find out everything about booking a citizenship ceremony and what happens when you attend.

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Applying for INDEFINITE LEAVE TO REMAIN in the UK

In today’s video, we’re going to talk about Indefinite Leave to Remain – otherwise known as ILR.

This is a status of immigration where you have been in the UK for a number of years and wish to settle.

ILR gives successful applicants the right to live, work, and study in the UK for as long as they wish.

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Am I eligible for a UK Biometric Residence Permit (BRP)?

In today’s video, we’re going to talk about Biometric Residence Permits – otherwise known as BRPs.

A BRP is an identity card. It is evidence of the holder’s right to stay in the UK and notes any conditions.

You’ll usually get a BRP if you apply to stay in the UK for longer than 6 months; apply for settlement in the UK; transfer your visa to a new passport; or apply for certain Home Office travel documents, such as the Refugee Travel Document.

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Does The UK Recognise Dual Citizenship?

Dual citizenship, also known as dual nationality, is when an individual is a citizen of two or more countries at the same time. In our latest video guide we discuss about having dual citizenship here in the UK.

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