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There are many different UK visa types, such as the work permit visa and the permanent residence visa, and lots of different criteria depending on your work experience. The application process can, therefore, be a little confusing. If you apply for a UK visa, you will usually be granted permission to live and work in the country for about two years after which you will need to re-apply.
European citizens do not currently need a working visa to live and work in the UK, but this may change after the UK leaves the European Union. The UK runs a points-based immigration system, where points are given to applicants based on their prospects of being able to look after themselves and contribute to the economy. The UK visa requirements also differ depending on what type of applicant you are. Tier 1 applicants have fewer requirements than tier 3 applicants.
UK visa costs are not high, but the process of getting permanent residence can take more than five years. The following article gives you an overview of UK residence permits, permanent residency, and other residence rights. Long-term visas, such as work permits and skilled worker visas, can allow you to stay in the UK for up to five years and 14 days, depending on your personal circumstances.
After this time, you can apply for an extension or even settlement, which grants you the right to stay in the UK indefinitely. The application for a non-visitor visa varies depending on the reason for moving to the UK.
A points system applies for most. For example, points are awarded for specific academic degrees or financial arrangements. Moreover, there are different schemes for entrepreneurs, skilled workers, and temporary workers respectively, from non-European countries. The Tier 1 work visa scheme for high-value migrants applies to highly-skilled professionals, investors or entrepreneurs, with an interest in taking up employment or opening a business in the UK.