Travel And Work In The Uk With The Youth Mobility Scheme

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There are a few things that you should do when you are young and travelling is one of them. If you have the opportunity to get away from your homeland and live and work in the United Kingdom, then now is the time. It has never been easier than it is right now, thanks to the Youth Mobility Scheme, which allows people between the ages of 18 and 30 to live and work in the UK.

If you have never travelled in the UK or taken part in a working holiday, then you may qualify for the Youth Mobility Scheme. The first requirement is that you are competent in the English language and that you hold a passport from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, or Monaco. You must be between 18 and 30 years old and have no dependents travelling with you.

In addition, you will be required to undergo a biometric scan and provide a completed application with proof of sufficient funds. You will be required to have 1,600GBP in a bank account in your name for three months prior to the date of your application, and you must have no dependents travelling with you.

Filling in this application is somewhat complicated and if there are errors or omissions, the British High Commission won't think twice about turning it down. For that reason, it is a good idea to get help from a visa assistance agency who can help make sure that you have done everything properly. Once your application is submitted, you can expect to get a reply within three weeks and be well on your way to travelling to the United Kingdom. Although it does take a little work to get your hands on this visa, the ability to travel and work in the UK will make all the work well worth it.
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This article was published on 2010/11/03