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Right to work in the UK definition

What does Right to work in the UK mean?

A person is eligible for employment in the UK if they hold a visa or permit that shows they have Indefinite Leave to Remain, Right of Abode, are exempt from Immigration Control or have no time limit on their stay in the UK.

This right to work in the UK also applies to UK Passport Holders or those from the Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Republic of Ireland, EU, EEA or Switzerland.


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