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VISITORS No entry clearance needed for non-visa nationals if stay is up to 6 months. ENTRY CLEARANCE MANDATORY FOR ALL CATEGORIES. Leave to enter conditions:Stay should not exceed period of 6 months Prohibition on employment No recourse to public funds

No restriction on frequency of visits but there should be intervals between them - should not spend more than 6 out of 12 months in the UK. TYPE OF VISITOR GENERAL VISITOR: person living or working outside UK entering for tourism Multi entry visas - 6 months, 12 months, 2 years, 5 years and 10 years. Still can only stay in UK for 6months If family/friends sponsor G.V - may be asked to give a written undertaking for maintenance and accommodation. Where application would normally be refused, G.V given benefit of doubt and asked to provide written statement declaring intentions.
*Permitted study* = up to 30 days recreational activity, English Language or academic study provided it is not the main purpose of visit.

PARAGRAPH (IMMI. RULES) 41 42 - not exceeding 6months, prohibition on employment and no recourse to public funds.

REQUIREMENTS a) Genuinely seeking entry for limited period not exceeding 6months and not exceeding 12 months for academic visitor (41(i)) b) Intends to leave the UK at the end of stay (41(ii)) c) Does not intend to take up employment (41(iii)) d) Does not intend to produce, sell goods or provide services directly to public (41(iv)) e) Does not intend to undertake course of study unless 'permitted study' (41(v)) f) Will maintain and accommodate himself and any dependants without recourse of public funds or taking up employment, can be maintained by friends and family (41(vi)) g) Can meet cost of return journey (41(vii)) h) Is not a child under 18 (41(viii)) i) Does not intend to do any of the activities listed in 46G(iii), 46M(iii) or 46S(iii) (41(ix)) j) Does not intend to marry or form C.P during visit or give notice of marriage or C.P during stay (41(x)) k) Does not intend to receive private medical treatment during visit (41(xi)) l) Is not in transit to a country outside the Common Travel Area (41(xii))

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