Mobility Support – Immigration & Relocation 

Welcome to the University Of Lincoln

Congratulations on your appointment. We now want to support you with your move. We know how important it is that the process of relocating to the University, goes as smoothly as possible.

If you need any support, please get in touch to let us know.  We can help with your visa application process, advising on travel plans, signposting to services, providing rental references, help with opening a bank account, claiming your relocation expenses as well as providing information about the local area.

Relocation, Immigration & Visas

Meet the Team

Carly Gilliatt

People Manager – Visas & Immigration

Responsible for visas and immigration and supporting you in the process of obtaining the necessary requirements to work here

Carly Gilliatt

Denise Brunton

Visa & Immigration Officer

Supports you with the process of obtaining the necessary requirements to work at Lincoln.

Denise Brunton – 

How Can We Support You?

We recognise the importance of supporting staff who are settling into a new area and helping them find out about local housing, schools, healthcare services, and other amenities which can be time-consuming and difficult.       

For those in receipt of relocation allowance, you may decide whether to use RSS or make your own arrangements. 

Please take a look at the information contained in these pages   

What you need to know ahead of your arrival and commencement date 

You will need to have a right to work check where your documentation will be processed, before commencing
ICT will create an university account for you
You will need to obtain a staff card from the Student Support Centre which is located on the ground floor of the Minerva Building.

I have to say that I have been really impressed by the efficiency and friendly approach of everyone at Lincoln so far. I have been at work for 40 years and it’s certainly the least stressful job change I have done. Many thanks to you and your team.

Member of staff who relocated to Lincoln