Immigration & Visa Appeals

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Visa appeals are complex drawn out and most times very costly. You will need to find a law firm in the UK or in your country where your visa has been denied. There are many times when the appeal would work however you will need legal advice in this regard. The Embassy will normally tell you why your visa has been …

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Dependent Relative Visa

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Many tend to take their parents back with them to the United Kingdom. The dependent relative visa is meant for people who are not your spouse, fiancee or child. Your spouse would need a marriage visa and your child would be a British citizen or would need to apply for a UK dependent visa.

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Civil Partner Visa

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The Civil Partner Visa are for same-sex couples who wish to live in the UK. It is almost like a marriage visa for the UK but for gay couples. If you are a gay couple wanting to register a civil partnership and live in the United kingdom then this is the visa for you. The visa is also similar to the UK …

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UK Student Visa

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Looking to study in the UK requires a UK student visa. The university or college becomes the sponsor for the visa. The primary issue is that you have to obtain a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from the university or college as well as proof of funding for the visa. This will be needed before a British Embassy issues you …

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UK Work Permit

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If you wish to work in the United Kingdom legally then you need to first obtain sponsorship from a registered company in the United Kingdom. They will need to provide the paperwork for you and also act as your sponsor for the visa.  Note also the categories of work permits in the UK.

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UK Ancestry Visa

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The UK Ancestry Visa application would be very common in all commonwealth countries. Those who are nationals of a commonwealth country with a grandparent who was born in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man are allowed to enter the United Kingdom for a period of 5 years.

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British Naturalisation

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British Naturalisation is for those people who cannot claim British citizenship based on ancestry. Nationalisation would be for those people who entered the UK on a visa such as a spouse visa or fiancee visa and that you have spent 5 years in the UK (work permit), or 3 years in the UK as the spouse of a British citizen.

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UK Dependent Visa

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The Dependent Visa for the United Kingdom allows the dependents of a person who is either a permanent resident of the UK or a UK citizen to apply to join them in the United Kingdom. This type of UK visa application would typically apply to family members and children of the sponsor.

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UK Visitor Visa

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If you wish to visit the UK then you can obtain a UK Visitors visa at a British Embassy in your country. The visitors visa is a tourist visa which is there to allow you only to visit the UK. You are not allowed to work or seek employment and you have to leave before the visa expires.

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