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|Planning To Relocate To Uk by missnigeria: 12:59pm On Feb 08|
Good day all.
Am planning to relocate and work legally in UK in the next few months. Please what advice can you give?.
Any useful information on how to go about it.
How difficult is it to get job? Life style and the settlement Pattern. How much should I budget for my basic traveling allowances (BTA).Any agency or UK recruiter
Your useful advice is highly welcome.
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by EverythinDeals: 1:01pm On Feb 08|
Go for it
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by budaatum: 1:05pm On Feb 08|
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by Kekereekun123: 1:09pm On Feb 08|
missnigeria:if you are not a doctor, nurse IT person. You stand little or no chance. Best bet is to go as a student and look for job after graduation . Many Nigerians in the uk went with visit visa and found ways to get stay e.g marriage or asylum
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by ojun50(m): 1:10pm On Feb 08|
Be sharp when you get there
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by missnigeria: 1:14pm On Feb 08|
Thanks for the response.
I'm actually a Chartered Accountant, with your advice I think I will go as a student. But I will prefer to get an employer sponsorship if possible
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by Kekereekun123: 1:27pm On Feb 08|
missnigeria:unless you work for a big 4 or big 6 audit firm and have acca your chances are very low. Those firms recruit through linkedin. Go as a student or try canada
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by missnigeria: 3:26pm On Feb 08|
I'm not working with any of those big firms. I will try going as a student to UK. I don't really know much about Canada and immigration process. I will appreciate if you can put me through.
Thanks I really appreciate
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by jesmond3945: 12:19am On Feb 09|
Kekereekun123:what of optometry?
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by travelland(f): 7:58am On Feb 09|
Focus on your UK ambition, brexit has opened doors for African immigrants
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by SapphireFort(f): 11:19am On Feb 09|
missnigeria:Search for the express entry thread every thing you need about Canadian immigration is there.
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by missnigeria: 2:09pm On Feb 09|
Ok. Thanks a lot
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by missnigeria: 2:12pm On Feb 09|
Yes brexit. That's why I'm planning to relocate to the UK. Thanks for the advice
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by emperorsversion: 12:38am On Feb 10|
I will be relocating to UK soon too.... the Brexit opens do to opportunities and I have real work experience here
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by emperorsversion: 1:18am On Feb 12|
please let's all ensure we stay in touch for those travelling to UK.. mine is scheduled by March
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by yungchop: 11:06am On Feb 14|
emperorsversion:I'm currently serving in Nigeria and I have plan to move too after my service year. Can we stay in touch? I'll need guidance so that I won't be misled. How can I contact you?
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by emperorsversion: 1:04am On Feb 15|
okay, we can always stay in touch... whats your state of residence ?
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Uk by yungchop: 2:17am On Feb 15|
emperorsversion:I live in Kwara but am serving in Jigawa presently.
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