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Employment of European People

If you are a British citizen, a Swiss national or a national of a country in the European Economic Area (EEA) you do not need a permission to work in the United Kingdom. The EEA includes these countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.

Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are not members of the European Union (EU). However, the European Economic Area Agreement gives nationals of these countries the same rights to enter, live in and to work in the United Kingdom as EU citizens.

The statement by the Home Secretary to Parliament on 23 February announced that workers from the new member states must register with the Home Office.

Nationals from the following new member states: Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic who find a job in the United Kingdom are required to apply to register with the Home Office under the new 'Worker Registration Scheme' as soon as they find work.

 

Employment of non-European People

If you want to work in the United Kingdom, you should check that your status allows you to do so before taking up employment. Not everyone who comes to the UK is allowed to work. You can check if you are allowed to work by looking at the stamp in your passport. It is often not possible to change your status from inside the UK. You may need to leave the UK and apply for entry clearance. Your status may only allow you to stay in the UK for a limited time. In some cases, when the time is finished, you cannot apply to stay longer. If you are eligible to extend your stay in the UK, you will need to make an application before your original permission ends.

If you are currently outside the United Kingdom, you may need to apply for entry clearance before you travel. UKvisas, a joint Home Office and Foreign and Commonwealth Office department, through visa sections in some British diplomatic posts around the world, operate the entry clearance process for the United Kingdom.

The need to apply for entry clearance will depend on your current nationality and the scheme under which you wish to come to the United Kingdom. Before you make your entry clearance enquiry, you will need to know which scheme you are interested in applying for.

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