Need a UK work visa? 5 things to keep in mind
Looking for work here in the UK and need a visa? Justice James highlights some of the most important things you need to remember.
The creative industries love to hire foreigners. It gives access to new experiences, new ways of thinking and new ideals that ultimately fuel creativity. But unfortunately, there's the tricky process of work visas to get through first.
As a Canadian looking to find work in the UK, I have too often been given unclear, conflicting information and advice about the immigration process. So here’s a list of the top five things to remember in case you're on a similar path. This information is only for UK visas – it may still prove useful elsewhere but it’s best to research visa information for your country of choice.
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