UK VISAS OFFER A COMPREHENSIVE RANGE OF SERVICES for corporate clients and individuals
Our immigration and visa application experts will take the time to understand your requirements before recommending the most appropriate service to meet your needs, all at a competitive price.
We offer extensive services for UK businesses planning to employ talent from outside of the UK and for individuals including families and students who wish to visit, work or reside in the United Kingdom.
Our highly trained professionals ensure that all applications comply with the ever-changing UK Home Office rules and regulations.
The UK’s immigration system is restrictive and complex; if your country of origin is outside of the UK and Ireland and you intend to work in the UK you must hold a visa which includes permission to work OR you will need your prospective employer to sponsor you under the Skilled Worker route.
UK Visas assists schools, colleges and universities manage their Student sponsorship responsibilities and ensures successful Student visa applications for their students.
Commonwealth citizens who have a UK-born grandparent and wish to come to the UK to work may be able to apply for an Ancestry visa.
OUR GUIDANCE ON BN(O) VISAS FORHONG KONGERS
Any resident of Hong Kong with British National (Overseas) status may, from 1 st February 2021, apply for a BN(O) visa, along with their dependants. This visa will entitle them to come to the UK to work or study in the UK. They can also use the NHS (National Health Service) and enjoy free schooling for children under 18.
These applications are complex, so using UK Visas to manage this will provide the re-assurance you need that your case will be successful.
EU SETTLED STATUS
After a period of five years' continuous residency in the UK, you can apply for the right to reside here permanently, providing you meet the set criteria.Find Out More
UK GOVERNMENT AUTHORISED EXCHANGE SCHEME
Designed to facilitate international collaboration and cultural exchange the GAE schemes enable migrants to come to the UK to undertake training and work experience, but not to carry out a specific role or work.Find Out More
EU SETTLED AND NON-SETTLED STATUS
EU workers and their families who came to the UK before 31st December 2020 must ensure they lock in their rights to stay by applying for settled or pre-settled status before the deadline of 30th June 2021.Find Out More
UK TIER 5 YOUTH MOBILITY SCHEME VISAS
Originally called UK Holiday-maker visas, this scheme allows citizens of certain countries which have reciprocal agreements with the UK to come to the UK to experience life here, and to work and travel here for a period of two years.Find Out More
UK START-UP AND INNOVATOR VISAS
Launched in march 2019, this route is designed to attract entrepreneurial talent and innovative, scalable business ideas to the UK.Find Out More
UK GLOBAL TALENT VISAS
On 20th February 2020 the Global Talent route was launched as a replacement to the Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) scheme.Find Out More
UK GRADUATE VISAS
This summer will see the re-emergence ofthe post-graduate visa scheme to enable international students the opportunity to stay in the UK to work or look for work after they graduate.Find Out More
EMPLOYING SKILLED WORKERS
Organisations wishing to employ non-UK workers must have asponsor licence in order to do so. Find out how UK Visas can help you apply for a sponsor licence and ensure you remain compliant.Find Out More
The restrictions on who can now work in the UK are more complex than ever which is why so many businesses choose UK Visas to assist their applications.Find Out More
UK STUDENT VISAS
To qualify for a Student UK visa, you must have received an offer (CAS) from a UKVI recognised UK educational establishment.Find Out More
If you are not a British citizen you may be eligible to apply for British citizenship through the process of naturalisation. We advise on all aspects of these applications.Find Out More
The Home Office offer a range of priority services, at an additional charge, to expedite sponsor licence and visa applications, both here and abroad. UK Visas can advise on all such fast-track servicesFind Out More
Schools and universities risk losing their licence if 10% of their annual intake fail to obtain a Student visa - taking control by outsourcing to UK Visas avoids this risk.Find Out More
Partner & Family Visas
Many people applying to come to the UK, whether to work or study, wish to bring their loved ones with them as dependants. We can advise on all aspects of these applications.Find Out More
Commonwealth citizens who have a UK born grandparent and wish to come to the UK to work may be able to apply for an Ancestry visa.Find Out More
ILR – SETTLEMENT
UK Visas have specialist consultants authorised by the OISC to provide advice on indefinite leave to remain (ILR) and British citizenship.Find Out More
Single & Multiple Visit Visas
The UK allows many nationals to visit the UK without a visa. Citizens from these countries are classified as “non-visa nationals”. Nationals from other countries may need to apply for a visa to visit the UK.Find Out More