Pros and Cons about moving to United Kingdom {London} from America?

Just basically what the title says and It would ne nice to have these questions answered. 1.} Is it expensive to live there? 2.} Is economy is better? 3.} How does the money sytem there works? I know they use pound sterling or something along those lines. And anymore information that would actually be useful. I do not want to know things about the national sport or whatever. I just want on point facts.

Asked By: - 1/12/2012
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Con: Can't come to live without work Visa. Work Visa requires Degree level or high level of skills... More
Answered By: Don't *$£ on me because the system sucks! - 1/12/2012
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YOu have no chance at all. As a non EU citizen you join the back of the queue for jobs. YOu need a job BEFORE you ever set foot here and a visa. Google UKBA for more information
Answered By: Jack - 1/12/2012
1. Yes. 2. No. 3. In a similar manner. 4. National Sport is Soccer (and golf & Tennis) Here is a good web site about the basics:
Answered By: guiri - 1/12/2012
1. Yes it is expensive - more expensive than the US... More
Answered By: Cei - 1/12/2012
The main thing you need to know is that as an American, unless you are educated to a minimum of a Master's Degree, or have a skill that is in high demand here you have little chance of even being considered eligible for a work permit, and you cannot live here without one... More
Answered By: sarch_uk - 1/12/2012
As already pointed cannot get a work visa there. Non-Europeans are prohibited by European Union work laws from working anywhere in the European Union. /they have millions of unemployed workers and want to protect their jobs for Europeans.
Answered By: Charlie - 1/12/2012
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