The only complete guide to immigration and success in the UK
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This is the single biggest source of helpful and useful information that you're going to find in your quest to move to the UK - guaranteed.
"How to arrive and thrive in the UK", equips you 100% with the knowledge and skills you need to emigrate to and successfully settle in any part of the United Kingdom. It gives you all the information you need to know about migrating to UK; from visa processing, travels arrangements, accommodation, getting employed, and lots more.
Migrating to the UK either to live, work, study, or just on a visit is a relatively simple process and you don’t need to spend lots of money on immigration agents, lawyers or consultants. Most Nigerians find it difficult because they don’t know what to do to secure their visas.
If you have ever dreamed of working, studying or living in the UK, then you MUST obtain your own copy of this great guide which is just making its way into the Nigerian market for the first time.
Why do people find the UK such an attractive destination?
1. Social reasons: It's a multi-cultural society, highly tolerant of all lifestyles and has low rates of crime.
2. Employment factors: Low unemployment rate (under 5%), high job turnover rate creating opportunities, typical work week of 35 hours, generous leave, statutory maternity and paternity benefits, 12 public holidays and good salaries.
3. Economic criteria: 4th largest economy, not prone to wild swings in performance, a strong currency, low inflation (3%), the world's most even distribution of wealth and surprisingly low taxes.
4. Cultural wants: Cultural and historical activities and sites galore; international travel is cheap and easy.
5. Education needs: Sophisticated world-leading education facilities; world famous universities; free state schools attended by over 90% of school-age children with the balance attending private schools.
6. Healthcare concerns: World-class free healthcare system available to all.
7. Welfare: A large welfare system to help you out if one of life's disasters befalls you.
Who is this extraordinary guide produced for?
This guide is for you if...
? you don't know how to go about moving to England.
? you are concerned about your job prospects in the UK.
? you feel stressed and confused about the visa options.
? you want to join somebody special in the UK.
? you want to take advantage of the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) visa.
? you're an American convinced that there's no visa route for you to get to England or Scotland.
? you want to know how to deal with British employment agencies when looking for work.
? you feel you deserve a better life and suspect that the UK can deliver this.
? you don't feel you fit in where you are.
? you're looking for a specific answer to a particular immigration question.
? you've thought relocating to the United Kingdom is too big an ordeal.
? you want to know what setting yourself up in the UK involves.
? you want to glimpse the details of a new life as an immigrant in England.
? your employer is transferring you.
? you intend to be studying here.
? you want to enrich your life by immersing yourself in another culture.
? you're travelling the world and thinking of stopping off in the UK to work.
? you're emigrating for good and are considering emigration to Britain.
? you're already in Britain and struggling to make progress.
? whatever your motivation this guide will definitely help you.
Or if you want to know the answers to the following typical questions....
? Which of 20 UK visas do you qualify for?
? What's the difference between a spousal visa and a fiance(e) visa?
? One of your grandparents was born in Ireland before 31 March 1922? Do you qualify for a visa?
? What's the best way to organise yourself before leaving for the UK?
? Are there things you can do now to make things easier for yourself in England?
? How do you bring your favourite pet with you?
? You don't know anyone in the UK. Where can you stay? How much does it cost?
? How do you go about finding a job? How can you gauge your job prospects?
? What do you have to register for by law after you arrive in the UK?
? Why are bank accounts so difficult to open in England?
? Is healthcare really free? Even for foreigners?
? Can you get by without a car?
? Where can you afford to live?
? What is the true cost of living?
? What's the truth about the UK's weather?
And many, many such questions answered.
What does this practical and easy-to-use guide contain?
"How to arrive and thrive in the UK" is written to allay your fears, provide essential information, suggest time- and money-saving tactics and reduce your stress. By the time you've finished reading this guide you will have mastered all the facets of UK immigration and to set yourself up for a successful relocation experience.
It will help you even if you are already a new arrival in the UK and are finding the going tougher than you expected. Amongst other things, it will get you established much more quickly.