UK Visas Blog

Employer Right-to-Work checks

22 - 01 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Corporate

All sponsors must ensure that all non-EEA staff or potential recruits have current visas. If an employee has applied for a new visa or an…

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Reminders to Sponsors – Keep your records up to date

22 - 01 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Corporate

Updating your records All sponsors should ensure their records are kept up to date, but here is a three-point reminder for you. At least once…

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Renewing CoS allocations for next Financial Year

22 - 01 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

Sponsors that are not on automatic annual renewal will receive monthly e-mails asking them to submit their requests for a CoS allocation. Annual CoS allocations…

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High Skilled Workers to trump EU workers

11 - 10 - 18

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

Brexit will no doubt have a great impact on the business immigration sector. The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC)’s long-awaited report on the effect of European…

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Right to work checks necessary for some Tier 2 extensions

12 - 06 - 18

By: UK Visas | Category: Corporate

Sponsors should be aware that right to work checks may be necessary if a Tier 2 visa extension is applied close to the expiry date….

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Changes at UK Visas

12 - 06 - 18

By: UK Visas | Category: Company Announcements

In recent months UK Visas has strengthened its team of OISC accredited advisers – Kevin Carlin achieved OISC accreditation in May 2017 and Garima Arora, who is qualified to…

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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.