What you can and cannot do while visiting the UK is governed by a set of precise rules. Some of the most important rules to follow are stated below:
With a visiting visa to the UK, you can do the following:
What you cannot do with a UK visitor visa is as follows:
Participate in any business-related activity listed in the UK visitor rules.
As long as it is not your primary reason for visiting and you have a visitor visa, you are permitted to study anywhere in the nation for up to 30 days.
You are permitted to participate in exchange programmes or educational visits if you are younger than 18.
Convert your civil partnership to a marriage.
While you travel to another country, stop in the UK.
As you travel to another country, pass via the UK (transit visa).
- Any employment, whether paid or unpaid.
- Live in the UK permanently or frequently visit.
- Obtain government funding
- Get married, register a civil union, or start a union between two people.