Family Migrants

Family visas to the UK are aimed at those who have a genuine family relationship with a UK citizen. Children can usually be included as dependents of applicants on these and other types of visas, however, partners of UK citizens may have to fill out separate application procedures based upon their relationship with that person: Marriage, Fiancé(e), […]

Business Visas and immigration to the UK

Business visas are designed to cover a wide range of circumstances for business people. This may include successful business owners and investors who are committed to owning and managing a business in the United Kingdom. Business visas also include visas that are for a limited time and allow business people; individuals or employee’s to conduct business or[…..]

Student Visa

The United Kingdom remains one of the best places in the world to study. With excellent educational facilities and hugely diverse and rich culture, it appeals to those who want to experience studying in a foreign country. This can open the floodgates of opportunity. Immigration Advisory Services can assist you in obtaining a student visa to study[…..]

Visitor Visa to the UK

Visitor Visa to the UK See the wonderful sights of London and what the United Kingdom has to offer. With a visitor visa, you and your family can holiday in the UK for up to 6 months and travel throughout the country without restrictions. This visa is for an individual wishing to travel for a period of[…..]

Working Holiday Visa to the UK

If you are between 17-30 and would like to go to the UK on a working holiday, this could be the perfect visa for you. With a working holidaymakers visa, you can stay in the UK for 2 years and spend 1 year working and the other year holidaying. You can do any type of work. This[…..]

Non Immigration Visa

According to UK Immigration Law, “visitor” is “a person who is lawfully in UK, or seeks to come to UK, for a temporary purpose…”. There are three groups of visitors to UK: Students Visa Working Holiday Visa Tourist/Visitor Visa It is the responsibility of potential visitors to check with the UK immigration office abroad to find out[…..]