I've booked a one way ticket to the UK and am in the process of applying for a Tier 5 Youth Mobility Visa. I got a one way ticket as I'm not sure whether I will stay the whole 2 years/if I will move on some where else afterwards etc. My question is, do I need to have proof of a flight departing the UK to be granted a visa? I've heard some countries require this as evidence that you intend to leave once your visa expires. Thanks.
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The document requirements page for Tier 5 youth mobility visa doesn't list return flight ticket.
As a general rule of thumb, return flights are not required for work and long term study visas.