Emigrating to UK

Welcome to the Emigration Destination Guide for emigrating to UK here at emigrate.co.uk.

UK General Visa Requirements

At the present time, UK immigration rules are undergoing changes considered necessary to stem the flow of large numbers of immigrants from non-EU countries, although citizens of the European Union are permitted to enter the country and stay indefinitely without requiring a visa. If you are planning to immigrate to the UK, regular checks for...

The UK Worker And Student Points-based Immigration System

For migrants wishing to work or study in the UK, a points-based visa system is in place, dependent on various requirements. In addition, those arriving from non-EU countries may need to provide more information. As immigration control is currently being tightened, reference to www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/visas-immigration is recommended. The...

Privileges Per Nationality In The UK

The UK Border Agency’s rules and regulations for immigration into the country depend heavily on each prospective migrant’s country of origin and range from straightforward to extremely complicated. Those from non-European Union countries wishing to live and work in the UK should check the agency’s website on a regular basis as ongoing...

Permanent Residence In The UK

Permanent residence in the UK involves either indefinite leave to remain or naturalisation and British citizenship, with strict rules governing eligibility. Migrants already granted ‘indefinite leave to remain in the UK’ may apply for citizenship, with all adult applicants required to naturalise or register before applying to become...

Immigration Costs And Red Tape In The UK

The costs of arrival in the UK with legal permission to stay and work vary according to the country of origin and each prospective migrant’s needs. Red tape, unless you are from an EU/EEA country or from Switzerland, is a heavy, confusing burden, especially if family members are included. The best way at present, due to continuing changes...

Business And Long-stay Visas In The UK

Visa regulations for both business and long-stay entry into the UK depend largely on your country of origin, with nationals of the EU member states given advantages over and above non-EU nationals in accordance with European Union law. At the present time, the UK is only accepting workers needed in specific sectors and potential immigrants...

British Citizenship

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There are six different types of British nationality, of which British citizenship is one, defined legally by the British Nationality Act of 1983. The legal requirements depend on your country of origin and are known to be complicated, although there are many legal firms in the UK specialising in citizenship applications. The UK Border...

Popular Cities And Sightseeing In The UK

The four nations which make up the UK, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, are places of ancient history, spectacular landmarks and monuments, architecture from monumental to picturesque and breathtaking natural topography ranging from mountains to moors and many miles of glorious coastline. There’s something for everyone here...

National Parks In The UK

The UK’s 15 national parks are the country’s breathing spaces, maintained at government expense and protected from development or over-usage. Lakes, moors, mountains, wetlands, meadows, forests, coastlines and dales are open to exploration, hiking, walking and other outdoor sports and are easily accessed via the UK’s excellent road and...

Local Activities In The UK

Each local district in the UK has its own appeal as regards leisure activities as well as general things to do which range similarly across the UK. Sports, whether participating or watching, are favourites, with the top of the list being football. Famous and not so well known club stadiums are found in cites, large and smaller towns, with...

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