Living in the UK
Our Guidebook to Living and Traveling in the United Kingdom (PDF - 1.4Mb) is designed to assist U.S. citizens with a variety of administrative and personal matters. The Guidebook is a 165-page Adobe PDF document and requires the free Acrobat Reader software.
In addition, we have the following resources to assist U.S. citizens in England and Wales. We hope that you find the information useful.
If you do not have the Acrobat Reader software installed, you can download it for free.
The Law Society of England and Wales maintains lists of solicitors on its website. You may search by name, location and field of practice. This can be particularly helpful if you need a solicitor outside the London area or one who specializes in a particular area of law. The website also provides general guidance on common legal issues such as UK divorce, wills, probate and personal injury claims: http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/find-a-solicitor/
Education and Organizations
- U.S. Schools in the United Kingdom
- U.S. Educational Organizations in the UK
- U.S. Alumni Organizations in the United Kingdom
- U.S. Social and Cultural Organizations in the United Kingdom
- U.S. Women's Organizations in the UK
- Other U.S. Organizations in the United Kingdom
- U.S. Universities/Colleges in the United Kingdom
- BUNAC Blue Card Internship Program
- Lower-Cost Accommodation In and Near London
- Homeless Shelters in London (PDF 309Kb)
- Homeless Shelters in England and Wales (PDF 444Kb)
- Marriage & Civil Partnerships in England and Wales
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