You really want to live and work in the UK, but Brexit has caused confusion and you are just not sure anymore.
Well, don't worry, Restless World is here to make all those confusing new Brexit policies easier for you.
You are not an EU, EEA or Swiss national, so, what does Brexit mean to you?
Brexit won't affect you in the slightest, and the UK Working Visas that are currently available to Australians and other Commonwealth nationals won't change either. You still have access to the Tier 5 UK Youth Mobility Visa, UK Ancestry Visa, UK Settlement Visa, UK Tier 4 Student Visa, Right of Abode, Sponsorship Visa, Charity vailable and Sports/Creative Visa.
These visas are still available to all non-EU citizens as long as you are eligible for them - restlessworld.com.au
It's still great news if your an Australian, New Zealand or Canadian and you want to live and work in the UK. You are aged between 18 - 30 years and have no children, the Youth Mobility Visa will not be affected by Brexit if anything we believe the Brits will just want you even more. Australians, New Zealanders and Canadians have such a good reputation in the UK, that after Brexit you are going to be in even greater demand.
Did you know that the Ancestry Visa won't change either? All you need is a grandparent born in the UK and you've earnt yourself a five year UK working visa, you can play sport, act, study and pretty much work in any industry!
Ok, so you are an Irish Citizen. It's all good there too! You can enter the UK the same as you always have and still work and study.
So, this leaves the EU nationals, EEA and Switzerland and what it means for you:
Let's look at if we have a 'No Deal' - Once the free movement has ended you'll be able to enter the UK without a visa but only for up to 3 months. If you want to stay longer than 3 months you will need to apply for European temporary leave to remain.
What if Brexit leaves with 'A Deal' - Nothing will change until 2021.
April 12th is coming up fast, what will be the Brexit Deal?????