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Old Jun 1st 2014, 9:42 pm   #16
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Question is do I just pack up and go on a holiday visa then try for work and when I'm accepted fly the wife and kids over or do we all go over
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Question is do I just pack up and go on a holiday visa then try for work and when I'm accepted fly the wife and kids over or do we all go over
Normally, you'd go for a job hunting trip (say 2 weeks), but then return to the UK whilst your LMO is processed (3-4 months or so). Once you've got the LMO and wrapped things up in the UK, you'd fly back together.

That's how most on the forum have managed to get job offers, HTH.
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Ah great to know I was thinking just go and stay I thought It would be better to go over and chap doors even do a trial day or something. Then allow the lmo to get sorted and happy days thanks for the help
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