UK Graduate Entrepreneur immigration FAQs answered

We have answered some of the most Frequently Asked Questions we receive on the Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur route to live and work in the UK. We hope to get the word out on this one!

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Falling in love in London could become a very big problem for an Aussi...

THE EXPAT MIND: If you fall in love with someone from overseas and the relationship becomes serious, it may create a real dilemma about your future. Why and what should you do about it?

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The psychology of living overseas: Is home not your home anymore?

THE EXPAT MIND: Do Aussies who venture overseas to live do so because they don’t feel entirely at home in Australia. Are they are looking for something or somewhere different – a place where they feel that they might actually belong?

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Seven things new expats had better get used to when moving to the USA

So you want to go live and work in the United States? Well, apart from sorting out your visa and packing your bag, prep with these handy hints to better ingratiate yourself with the local folk.

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Living overseas: Why your best friends now are your fellow expats

Have you come to the realisation that you need friends around you who will recognise your altered dreams and understand how differently you see the world?

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Rediscovering cool East London… by kayak [PHOTOS]

East London has become the hippest and most happening part of the city and I recently discovered that the best way to get under its skin is from a kayak.

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Top tips for a smooth UK visa application

Do you need to know how you can ensure a smooth application for a new visa to live and work in the United Kingdom?

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5 things no one tells you about living abroad

Heading overseas? Immigrating to another country can be an exciting step to develop your education, career or personal interests. Get a reality check before you go…

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UK considers ‘barista visa’ to stave off post-Brexit hospi...

The so-called ‘barista visa’ is dividing opinion, but it’s pretty clear that the UK will have a big gap to fill in the labour market if it ends EU freedom of movement.

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10 things I wish I knew before moving to the UK

You might know what flip flops are, but do you know what they call undies? LAURENCE DRISCOLL helps us traverse those first few months in the UK when you come from the land down under.

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I have absolutely been spoiled by London, and it may not be a good thi...

‘Culture shock’ is the term usually used for an immigrant or tourist becoming disorientated when experiencing an unfamiliar way of life. But could it apply in reverse when you are trying to integrate your way back into life after returning home?

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How to get married in the UK if you are a non-EU citizen

People often think that getting married in the UK is extremely easy. In reality though, for non-EU nationals getting married in the UK the process can be a long one filled with a lot of red-tape.

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Best park life in London: It’s the place to be for summer sun fr...

LONDON’S 10 TOP GREEN SPACES: The concept of ‘going to the park’ in Australia conjures up images of children’s birthday parties and unruly teenagers looking for a place to drink after dark. In London, the park stands for something completely different.

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Anzac Day services in London 2017 – where and when

Commemorations in London to mark Anzac Day 2017, including Dawn Service.

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Follow your passion and make a living from it… I dare you

If you could do anything in the world for a living, what would it be? Following your instincts could be the most important and rewarding step you ever take.

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