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Does a US national need a visa to teach a paid training course in the UK? [duplicate]

My US company offers technology training. A UK company has contacted us and would like to bring one of our people over for a week to train them onsite. Does the trainer need a work visa? If so what ...
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Traveling in Europe Solo - 18 years old. Feasible?

My dream is to spend a month in Europe after graduating high school. Based on my situation, I will have to travel alone since there is no one else here who would be able to make such a trip. I am an ...
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If denied entry to EU, what US city do they send me to?

I have read many times that they send US citizens back to the US on the first flight that is available, but which city will they send me to? Flights to some cities can be very expensive. Could the ...
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What's the law about body scanners in EU? Am I legally allowed to refuse?

There are a lot of EU laws about travelling through airports. We've all seen the signs about asking for your rights. So is there any EU law about body scanners? Is there an EU law that says I am ...
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How long can I stay in the UK?

I am a US citizen planning on a trip to the UK. Everything I read says that I can stay for 6 months without a visa. Also I read that the duration is up to border security. Do I get a one way ticket ...
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When am I eligible to return to UK post Youth Mobility Visa?

Would I have permission to go back to UK for a few weeks, after 6 months (post Youth Visa expiry), had passed? Notes: I have never overstayed in any country, I have never been refused entry in any ...
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UK conference speaking: what if it's my job?

This is related to What proof of expertise do UK immigration accept for conference speakers? and What are the visa rules for US speakers, at UK conferences, who may be getting paid?. Consider a ...
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What are the visa rules for UK conference speakers, at US conferences, who may be getting paid?

I'm a British Citizen. I've spoken at business conferences in the past in the US, but haven't been paid for speaking. This is acceptable under the Visa Waiver Program. Let's say that one day I am ...
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What proof of expertise do UK immigration accept for conference speakers?

This question is a followon from What are the visa rules for US speakers, at UK conferences, who may be getting paid? Let us assume the following givens: a person would normally be admitted on ...
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Do I need a visa to perform as an entertainer in the UK?

I've poured over the immigration advice from the UK visa service, and I'm still unclear. I am a citizen of the US, and I want to hold an event in London, where I would sell tickets directly to the ...
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Canadian SME working in UK for 2 weeks

I want to bring a highly skilled subject matter expert (SME) in aviation regulations to the UK from Canada to provide 2 weeks of classroom-based lectures in his area of expertise. We are paying him to ...
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What's the process after a border agent sees something suspicious? [closed]

I travel a lot. And by a lot I mean a new passport per year because all the pages are stamped or filled with visas. A couple of times I have been asked more questions than others at several borders ...
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Visa options to hold seminars in the UK

What visa options are there to bring a team of people + speaker over from Malaysia to hold seminars and workshops in the UK? Is it possible for me as an individual to sponsor them to come over? What ...