The following Immigration Q&A Produced in partnership with Gary McIndoe of Latitude Law provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Permitted activities for all visitors to the UK are found in Immigration Rules, Appendix V. Although most visitors come to the UK for tourism and leisure, other motives for travel such as business, legal, religious and creative reasons, are nevertheless permitted under the standard visit visa route.
Immigration Rules, Appendix V, Appendix 3, paras 16–18 consider the permitted activities for creative visitors. It states that artists, entertainers and musicians may:
give performances as an individual or as part of a group
take part in competitions or auditions
make personal appearances and take part in promotional activities, and
take part in one or more cultural events or festivals on the list of permit free festivals in Appendix 5 (where payment is permitted)
Page 26 of Home Office published guidance: Visit guidance (Version 8.0) explains how Home Office sta
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