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Get proof of your immigration status if you have been told you can view your immigration status online, for example if you have settled or pre-settled status.
Find out how to prove your right to work in the UK to an employer. Get an online share code to prove your right to work if you’re eligible or check what documents you can use instead.
You’ll need to prove your right to work in the UK to your employer before…
Get a share code to prove your right to work in the UK if you’re not a…
If you’re not a British or Irish citizen, you can usually prove your right…
You may need a visa to come to the UK to visit, study or work.
Visit the UK as a Standard Visitor for tourism, business, study (courses up to 6 months), medical treatment and other activities. Find out whether you need a Standard Visitor visa, or can visit without a visa.
Use a job applicant's share code to check they're eligible to work in the UK if they’re from outside the UK and Ireland.
How to contact UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) for help with your application or immigration account, from inside and outside the UK.
Compare visas to visit, work, study or join a family member already in the UK. How to apply and what the decision on your application means.
Apply for a Skilled Worker visa (formerly a Tier 2 General work visa) if you’ve been offered a skilled job with a UK employer - eligibility, fees, documents, extend, switch or update, bring your partner and children, taking …
The home of UK Visas and Immigration on GOV.UK. UK Visas and Immigration is responsible for making millions of decisions every year about who has the right to visit or stay in the country, with a firm emphasis on national se…
Keep your UK Visas and Immigration account details up to date - your mobile phone number, email address, name, identity document and UK address
Apply for a Student visa to study in the UK if you're 16 or over - eligibility, extend or switch your visa, how much it costs and how long it takes
Check how quickly you’ll receive a decision on your UK visa application if you are applying from outside the UK.
The EU Settlement Scheme for EU citizens and their families to remain in the UK after it leaves the EU ('Brexit'): who's eligible, how to apply, how much it costs.
Find out how to prove your right to rent in England to a landlord. Get an online share code to prove your right to rent if you’re eligible or check what documents you can use instead.
How to log in to your UK visa application (or account) to complete and submit your application form.
Biometric residence permits (BRP) - what they are, personal data, how to report problems.
Get a family visa for the UK, live with your spouse or relative - eligibility, proof, renewing, financial and English language requirements.
Find the address, contact details and opening times of the UK visa application centre for your country
List of organisations licensed to sponsor workers on the Worker and Temporary Worker immigration routes.
Apply for a Health and Care Worker visa (formerly a Tier 2 Health and Care visa) if you're a medical professional who's been offered a job with the NHS, an NHS supplier or in adult social care - eligibility, fees, …
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