All you need to know about immigrating to United Kingdom
With travel and tourism booming, everyone travels to the UK these days for a variety of reasons. Some migrants study at top UK universities, while others travel for family reasons. Whatever it is, Wave Visas Immigration can solve all your unsolvable problems.
Why live in the UK?
The UK is a first world country. This ensures a pollution-free, clean and safe environment, where everything is just a click or a walk away.
The UK is thriving because of technological innovation.
The country offers you world-class health and medical facilities. Once you become a legal resident of the UK, you have access to the National Health Service and free healthcare.
The UK has some of the best universities in the world and is sure to be popular with students. From Oxford to Cambridge, the UK has a lot to offer.
For travel lovers, the UK has something for everyone. In a diverse natural landscape, the country is home to some of the world's most famous museums, such as the British Museum.
Regarding working conditions, if you work full time, you have 28 days of paid vacation!
Everyone here speaks English. This is a distinct advantage for Indian immigrants.
There are many ways to immigrate to the UK
UK Study/ Student Visa You can easily apply by applying to different universities.
UK Family Visa If you have family members there, you can easily apply for a visa.
UK Tier 2 Work Visa/UK Highly Skilled Worker Visa For all entrepreneurs and investors, this is the visa for you. You can buy an existing company or start your own business. Visas can be divided into start-up visas and investor visas. Both start-up visas and investment visas require you to pass the IELTS English test, you must be of legal age i.e. 18 or over, and you must have sufficient funds or personal savings to fund your first day in the UK. Also, you must not be Only residents of the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland can apply for a UK work visa.
UK Family Visa This visa is for those who want to immigrate to the UK permanently and want to use their special skills to help alleviate the country's skills shortage. Use a points-based system to select suitable candidates. Applicants must not be residents of the European Economic Area and Switzerland.