UK Visas Blog

£1012 fees for child Citizenship applications have been ruled illegal by Court of Appeal.

18 - 02 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

Today (18/02/2021) the Court of Appeal has upheld the High Court’s previous ruling that the £1012 fee the Home Office charges in order to register…

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Meeting the financial requirements for a spouse visa

11 - 02 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

  One of the most onerous aspects of applying for a spouse visa in the UK is meeting the financial requirement. On the surface it…

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Introducing the New Visa for Hong Kong British Nationals (Overseas)

29 - 01 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

  As of the 31st of January 2021 the new visa for Hong Kong British Nationals (Overseas) will be open for new applicants. In this…

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What Records Do I Need to Keep for Employees on Skilled Worker Visas?

28 - 01 - 21

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

As of the 1st of January 2021, firms hoping to employ EU workers will now need to apply for a sponsor license in order to…

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Reintroduction of Priority and Super Priority Services

20 - 01 - 21

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

      As of the time of writing (14/01/2021) the Home Office has confirmed they will be reintroducing priority and super priority services for…

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How to Get a Sponsor License

13 - 01 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

  If you want to sponsor overseas workers, including workers from the EEA (or EU) from 2021, you will need a sponsor license. This gives…

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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.