UK Visas

UK is a very popular and most important destination in the world. Even in the financial crisis the UK is one of the best places to live and work, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. UK's high environmental quality, social engagement, personal security and the chance for engagement with civic society have excelled among developed countries over the years. From a lifestyle point of view, UK is lively, vibrant, cosmopolitan and multicultural and the perfect place for overseas companies looking to establish a European base of operations.


Millions of people want immigration visa to the UK. The UK Home Office provides immigration to UK and UK visa options that allow applicants to come to the UK on a visa category that suits them the most, ranging from Tourist visas to Business and Work visa.

Business Visas

There are a lot of schemes and number of UK business visas available for those who desire to immigrate to UK. The UK is the ideal location for business people to achieve growth and success. Immigration to UK on Business Visa category attracts non-European business people who want to invest in the UK. These applicants contribute to the UK by setting up or taking over, and being actively involved in the running of a business or businesses. Applicants falls under either Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) or Tier 1 (Investors), and do not need a job offer to apply in this category.

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Student Visas

If you are planning for immigration to UK on study basis, you require obtaining student visa; age should be above 16 years and your family permit. The UK student visa category allows overseas students to study in the UK at various levels, ranging from primary and secondary to post-graduate and vocational.

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Work Visas

The UK Work Visa categories are for the non-European migrants who want to work and immigrate to UK. Most of the work-based categories are part of the UK's Points-Based System (PBS) for immigration since 2008. Each category within the system has its own purpose, criteria and requirements. The PBS has been developed to help the UK to manage its migration programme more effectively and attracting the most talented workers.

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Visitors Visas

UK is one of the world’s popular destinations across the globe, attracting millions of foreign visitors each year seeking to enter the United Kingdom temporarily for general, business and other special purposes. From sightseeing to meeting friends, from travelling to making business trips, the UK has plenty to offer. Since 27 November 2008, Government of UK has implemented certain rules to review the process of Immigration to UK. This has been done to ensure that all the visitors are genuine on their activities.

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Family visas

UK Immigration laid down rules giving permission to permit immigration to UK if someone in your family is already residing in UK. The UK Family visas are designed for the non-European nationals who can come to or remain in the UK as the partners, children and elderly dependent relatives of people who are already in the UK. It allows British nationals, person with Indefinite Leave to Remain status and EEA-nationals resident in the UK to sponsor their partners, parents and children to come and live with them in the UK

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Naturalisation / Registration of Child

British nationality law is one of the most complex areas of UK law due to the UK's historical relationship with many other countries in the world. In some cases it will be necessary to trace back several generations to identify whether you are a British Citizen or are entitled to British Citizenship.

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Indefinite Leave to Remain / Settlement Visa

Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) is commonly known as ‘Permanent Residency’. Applicants who have lived legally in the UK for a certain length of time, they may be able to apply for permission immigration to UK. This is known as 'Indefinite Leave to Remain'. It is the last step for any non UK national/citizen, to fulfil, before becoming eligible to apply for a British Passport.

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