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Living and working in Britain

 
Frequently Asked Questions are listed in order of popularity.

Can I work in Britain?
These guidelines are intended for US citizens wishing to work in the United Kingdom.


Where can I find information on relocating or moving to the United Kingdom?
Provided here is information and resources for individuals moving, relocating or planning an extended stay in Britain.

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