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Are you asking what is required for a visitor's visa?
You can apply either to the British Embassy in the country where you are for a visitor's visa or possibly online via the UKBA visas website if they allow this in the particular country that you are in.
In applying, you must show that:
You will have to submit a statement and supporting documents (eg. bank statements, evidence of continuing obligations in the country from which you are travelling - eg. job or accommodation).
If your cousin is to sponsor or assist you during your time then they can submit either a letter or a formal sponsorship declaration (ideally, and ideally prepared by a solicitor for around £50_VAT). The letter/declaration should include the following:-
The visa will be granted for 6 months.
It usually takes between 4-6 weeks from the date of the application to receive the visa.
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Sorry, that was a mistake, The requirements are the same.
If you have a contract which shows that your are permanently employed then this will most likely be sufficient, but if your company are willing to write a letter on your behalf stating that you intend to return to work and that your employment is continuing then this would be better.
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Ideally you would have a letter from both explaining the situation and that all parties intend for your to continue your employment obligations following your return from the UK. You just have to be able to give the credible impression that you are to continue your employment.
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