The United Kingdom is definitely one of the most popular Au Pair destinations in Europe. And rightly so! What a better place to learn English than the country where the language originated. Become an Au Pair in the UK and learn not only the language, but also the British way of life!
At AuPair.com you can check the regulations of the official program in the UK for participants and many other details!
*** UPDATE ***
Great Britain is now officially no longer part of the European Union. This has significant implications for the Au Pair programme. According to the website of the British government, there is no current information on an Au Pair visa. Therefore, candidates from the EU can no longer officially enter the UK as Au Pairs. Alternatively, the Host Family can employ the candidate as a domestic worker. However, other requirements, taxes and insurances apply. Please check the British government's website on Employing someone to work in your home and contact the British embassy to find out more.
Au Pairs from EU countries can enter the UK without a visa until the end of 2020. However, they must apply for a pre-settlement status before 31.12.2020 to be able to stay in the UK legally. Obtaining this status allows them to stay in the UK for a maximum of 5 years without any further visa applications. When applying for the pre-settlement status the candidate will need a proof of identity and a proof of address. It is best to provide a passport and the confirmation of a British bank account. We advise you to check the government’s website regularly. Please read more about the regulations for entering or returning to the UK and stay tuned in our blog post about the consequences of Brexit for the Au Pair program.
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