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Coming to UK

 
#1 Coming to UK
03/08/2001 00:00

Anon

I am currently a student in Australia (Australian citizen) who has secured a position with Accenture in Sydney. For personal reasons I may have to move to the UK for a year or two. However, due to the downturn in the consulting industry in the UK, Accenture are not able to sponsor a work permit. I am aware that as a commonwealth citizen I am able to get a "working" visa for 2 years but am not sure if that would enable me to work full-time at a consulting company. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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#2 Re: Coming to UK
17/08/2001 00:00

anon in UK

Working Visa regulations do not look kindly upon activities that look like a natural progression of one's career. This means if you work behind a bar it is ok but being a consultant is not ok. You may want to check with a good immigration lawyer before deciding. In UK, check out www.dwiglobal.com. They may be able to advise you best.

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#3 RE: Coming to UK
12/11/2013 11:30

big mac to anon in UK (#2)

On a working holiday visa you can definately get a full time job in consulting - I did this 2 years ago.

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