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Applying for UK Visa from India - after job resignation

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I am applying for a UK visa now as part of a nearly 2 months Europe visit during April-May. Right now, I have resigned from my existing job and is serving the notice period till March end (basically working with the present employer till then).

Should I describe this in my application? I have strong financial statements regarding my salary inflows, tax payments of the past many years and also past 6 months salary slip. I have the non-refundable return ticket as well as non-refundable Eurostar one-way ticket to Paris. Europe itinerary is UK-Paris-Barcelona-Rome-Switzerland.

My brother lives in UK and is a British citizen and will be giving his invitation letter and his financials. Would it be better to apply as a "family visitor" or a tourist visitor?

After the UK visa processing, I will be applying for the Schengen visa.

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