moving to the UK
djk at tobit.co.uk
Fri May 9 16:07:41 BST 2008
Martin A. Brooks wrote:
> Nicholas Clark wrote:
>> However, what isn't obvious, is what are the rules for an EU national
>> to the UK? Specifically an EU national moving to the UK who may choose
>> not be
>> working for a bit, so won't automatically be paying N.I.
> Depends what you mean by EU. Within the EU, the theory is free
> circulation of goods and people. I can go live and work in any EU
> country, I would pay tax in that country having filled in the
> appropriate paperwork.
> Any permanent resident of an EU member state can simply turn up to the
> UK to live and, optionally, work. To work, they'll need to apply for an
> NI number and they'll be put on emergency tax until they're allocated a
> tax code.
That's all I ever did.
Mind you I was only 15 at the time and they were probably less paranoid
about foreigners (esp. as I was white and spoke English like someone who
spent his formative years in Slough).
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