Immigration


With a talent shortage in certain sectors and increasingly complex rules being introduced, arranging UK work visas for key non-European hires is an important issue for employers.

Citizens of the European Economic Area (EEA) currently have the right to work in the UK immediately if they have a personal UK visa already, such as a partner/spouse visa or a skilled Tier 1 visa. If not, they will need to obtain a UK work visa before they start in the UK.

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