Manchester, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/08/2017 -- The Telegraph, an online site and newspaper which releases the latest news has published an article which provides people information on how to build a credit history. The article is directed at people who either decide to move back to the UK, or are just moving there in general. It has been said that without credit history, people might not have the financial freedom which they desire.
The article details information for both types of people, the ones that are moving to the UK for the first time, and the ones moving back after living abroad. Seven simple steps on how people can build up their credit were provided. These were as follows:
- Register to vote, people can only register if they're a British citizen, a qualifying commonwealth citizen resident in the UK or/and EU citizen resident in the UK.
- Show proof of employment.
- Open and manage a bank account.
- Manage small credit accounts.
- Set up direct debit payments.
- Don't apply for credit too often.
- Review the credit report.
A spokesperson from one of the UK's most leading immigration and nationality law specialist, James Freeman, was incredibly keen to comment saying, "We was incredibly pleased when we read the article due to many people not knowing how to build up a credit history and struggling when they move. Here at James Freeman we specialise in immigration and nationality law, therefore we strongly urge anyone requiring further advice and guidance on choosing the most appropriate to get in touch today – We can definitely help."
About James Freeman
James Freeman is a leading solicitors specialising in immigration and nationality law, able to guide and assist in all acquiring the most appropriate visas for their individual needs and requirements. For further information and to see how they could help today, visit their website.
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