Step 7. Learn the language if you haven’t already.
Throughout the UK, English is the primary spoken language. You can use apps like Babbel or Duolingo to get started if you’re not fluent. Even if you are a native English speaker, you may struggle to understand the accent. In this case, the best way to learn is by immersion.
Step 8: Don’t be lonely – make friends and connect with other ex-pats in the UK.
One of the easiest ways to feel at home is to meet friends from your country. Finding other ex-pats in the UK is easy – there are hundreds of groups on Meetup and Facebook to help you make friends.
Step 9: Find out the UK emergency numbers
You never know when you’ll need help – ask for UK emergency numbers before you arrive to be on the safe side.
The following table lists some essential pins to keep in mind when moving:
|Rescue services||Contact numbers for emergencies|
|Police||999 (112 also supported)|
|Ambulance||999 (112 also supported)|
|Fire||999 (112 also supported)|
|NHS Direct||111 (when you need medical attention but it’s not life-threatening)|
|US Embassy||020 7499 9000|
|Australian Embassy (Emergency)||020 7379 4334|
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Migrants in the UK: Read the continuation below:
- Step 1. Determine the legal requirements for moving to the UK.
- Step 2: Make sure you can afford the UK Living Wage.
- Step 3. Set up your finances in the UK
- Step 4: Find a job and start working in the UK
- Step 5: Find a place to live in the UK
- Step 6: Make sure you have UK medical care coverage.
- Step 7. Learn the language if you haven’t already.
- Step 8: Don’t be lonely – make friends and connect with other ex-pats in the UK.
- Step 9: Find out the UK emergency numbers