The Essential Youth Mobility Visa Handbook provides 56 pages of detailed information on applying for the Tier 5 Youth Mobility Visa, getting settled in the UK, and coming home after life abroad. This e-book also includes inspirational stories from Canadians who have used this resource to get their visa and start living life abroad!
Save yourself the hassle — use this easy-to-navigate guide to apply for your Youth Mobility Visa!
Note that this is a digital e-book you can download and save to Dropbox or Google Drive or transfer to any of your devices. A link will be delivered via email that starts an automatic download. Downloads using the link are limited to 2. I strongly recommend clicking the link on a desktop as automatic downloads are sometimes blocked on mobile devices.
What’s In the Youth Mobility Visa E-Book:
Application Guide: A clear, step-by-step guide to everything you need to do to successfully apply for your UK Youth Mobility Visa
Arriving in the UK: How to collect your BRP card, register with the NHS, get your NIN, and open a bank account — including tips for how to get proof of address!
Looking for a job: Advice on adapting your resume, working with recruiters, applying for jobs in the UK, and doing your taxes abroad
Finding a place to live: Where to look, what websites to use, and the vocabulary you need to understand while trawling through ads
Staying in the UK: Other visa options and what you need to do to get them
Returning to Canada: Managing your expectations while in the UK and dealing with reverse culture shock
Frequently Asked Questions: An FAQ covering common questions like How does the proof of funds work? Can I study while on this visa? How do I bring money to the UK? and more!
Inspirational stories from Tier 5ers who have lived, loved, and worked in the UK! You’ll be inspired to continue your journey and live your dreams!
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Praise for the Essential Handbook:
“Thanks for the world class info about getting the visa—it’s a godsend!” — Ali, Montreal, QC
“THANK YOU so much for all this information, it makes things much easier to understand. The government websites kind of lead you around in circles, so this was incredibly relieving.” — Brady, Toronto, ON
“I want to thank you for this incredibly informative guide you have put together.” — Amanda, Courtenay, BC