The Youth Mobility Scheme visa (T5) is a temporary worker visa for those who want to live and work in the UK for up to 2 years and are aged 18 to 30. This visa has replaced the Tier 5 (Youth Mobility Scheme) visa.

Youth Mobility Scheme visa (T5) key requirements

You can apply for a Youth Mobility Scheme visa (T5) if you:

  • want to live and work in the UK for up to 2 years
  • are aged 18 to 30
  • have £2,530 in savings
  • have certain types of British Nationality or are from certain countries or territories

You must also meet all the other eligibility requirements. Please contact us for initial assessment to determine your eligibility, and to discuss the options.

Money to support yourself

You must have at least £2,530 in your bank account to show you can support yourself in the UK. You will need to have had the money available for at least 28 days in a row. Day 28 must be within 31 days of applying for this visa. You'll need to show proof of this when you apply.

Our fee

Our expert UK immigration lawyer will guide you through every step of the UK Youth Mobility Scheme visa (T5) application process including advice about legal requirements, eligibility criteria and required documents.

Our fixed fee

We charge a fixed fee starting from £1000 for our professional legal services in relation to Youth Mobility Scheme (T5) visa application. The agreed fixed fee will depend on the complexity of the matter and the casework involved in the matter.

Do you need legal help?

Contact Rex Law Chambers, if you have any questions or need legal help with any UK immigration law related matter. At Rex Law Chambers, we specialise in a wide range of UK visas and nationality applications and our principal immigration lawyer has wealth of experience and expert knowledge to deal with all types of UK visas and immigration applications. He has successfully handled many complex and high-profile cases and also represented clients in their immigration matters.

We can provide one-off FREE general legal advice via live chat or our "Enquiry Form". The FREE advice does not cover the advice in relation to complex legal issues or advice about documents to be submitted in support of the application. If you would like to to get detailed legal advice then please schedule an in-person, Zoom, Skype or phone consultation by using our "Appointment Request Form".

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