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Vijay Question by Vijay on Apr 30, 2023Hindi
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I would like to immigrate to the UK as l have worked there before and have a UK degree. I am a doctor with three decades experience. What would you suggest?

Ans: Hi Vijay
To immigrate to UK you can go on skilled worker visa category. You need to look for the jobs in UK and on the basis of the same apply for the skilled worker visa. At this moment UK is not offering direct permanent residence visa.
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