UK Visas Blog

Six top reasons why UK visa applications get rejected

01 - 10 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Immigration News, Sponsorship, Visas

Every year, thousands of UK visa applications are rejected by the Home Office as a result of mistakes made either by the applicant or their…

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Return of Post-Study work visas confirmed by HM Government

18 - 09 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

International students will be allowed to stay in the UK for two years after graduating, reviving the Tier 1 (Post-study) visa that was shelved by…

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UK labour: new Shortage Occupation List proposals

03 - 09 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Brexit, Legislation, Sponsorship

According to the Office for National Statistics, the first quarter of 2019 saw the number of EU nationals employed in Britain hit an all-time high…

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EU Settlement Scheme – keeping your homegrown talent

06 - 08 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Brexit, Immigration News, Legislation

What is the EU Settlement scheme, how does it affect EU workers in Britain, and why should employers take notice? The EU Settlement Scheme is…

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SPONSOR DUTIES: CHANGE OF CIRCUMSTANCE AND WHEN TO REPORT

24 - 07 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Sponsorship

You must inform the Home Office within 10 working days about the following: 1. If your sponsored migrant does not turn up to work on…

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Home Office – “Sponsorship is a privilege, not a right.”

24 - 07 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Sponsorship

On 17th July 2019, the Home Office added an Addendum to their Tier 2 & 5 – Guidance for employers 03/19 which applies with immediate…

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UK VISAS NO WIN NO FEE PROMISE

We provide a ‘No Win – No Fee’ guarantee for all points-based system visa applications unless expressly stated at the time of appointment. We will guarantee our service for these applications by offering a full refund on our fee should it be unsuccessful.

These guaranteed terms are conditional upon the client being able to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Home Office that they have earned the income claimed or that they have the necessary funding in place for maintenance or are fully conversant with their business plan in the case of Tier 1 Entrepreneurs.

It also presumes that neither the applicant nor their dependants have previously come under scrutiny or been under investigation by the Home Office for any immigration matter. In order that we can do our job properly the necessary information and details required should be made available and they must genuine as well as accurate.