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 Aussie expat

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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Another van attack: more terror death in London

The fourth UK terror attack, and the third in London, in just the a few months; this time directed against Muslims.

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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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Lose yourself in Yorkshire’s eye-popping ‘Sculpture Triangle’

A clever marketing concept, the ‘Sculpture Triangle’ is also the perfect excuse to head up north to visit the UK’s largest county on a weekend break with a cultural bent.

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Rise of ‘anti-politics’ produces surprise result in the UK election – and it’s playing a role in Australia, too

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Not only must Australia’s leaders manage competing ideologies in their parties and span diverging nations, they must also respond to a volatile electorate that is decidedly “anti-politics”.

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Half of UK employers unprepared for Brexit immigration changes

“There’s a stark gap between what businesses want and expect from our post-Brexit immigration system and what the government has pledged to deliver,” says analyst.

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UK election delivers shock hung parliament – Twitter reacts

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party make unexpected gains across the country, while Conservative prime minister Theresa May hangs on to Number 10 by a thread after a night of surprises and a few red faces in dear old Blighty.

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Conservatives no longer a shoo-in as UK voters head to the polls

OPINION & ANALYSIS: The volatility in recent voting behaviour means that this election is still more unpredictable than in the good old days of stable allegiances, values and attitudes.

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Sara Zelenak confirmed as second Australian killed in London Bridge terror attack

Worst fears confirmed by the mother of the Aussie au pair who had been missing following Saturday’s terror attack. “This is the last thing that anybody expects to happen to their children in London,” says prime minister.

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UK Election: How will the result affect the British pound?

The impromptu election was expected to be a simple win for Theresa May and the Conservatives, but nothing has gone to plan. The effect on the pound could be substantive, with volatility correlating to recent polling results and sensational international politics.

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London attack hero: Australian nurse Kirsty Boden died trying to save others, says grief stricken family

It has been confirmed that one of the fatalities in the London Bridge terror attack was Australian Kirsty Boden who in running to the aid of others was herself murdered.

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London terror: Grave fears for two of four Australians caught up in attack

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says there are “very real concerns” for two of the four Aussies known to have been among those directly affected by Saturday’s terrorist attack in London.

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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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Australia’s involvement in an ‘Anglosphere’ is the delusion of a golden age that never existed

OPINION & ANALYSIS: The weird and wonderful concept of the Anglosphere is gaining a surprising salience in public debates as Britain faces up to its post-Brexit, post-Europe future.

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