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We will help you complete the visa application form and gather all the necessary documentation.
We will help you prepare for your visa interview and answer any questions that you may be asked.
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We will track your application status and keep you updated on its progress.
VISA REFUSAL APPEAL
If your visa application is refused, we can help you appeal the decision.
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A UK Visitor Visa is a type of visa that allows individuals from outside the UK to enter the country for tourism, leisure, or specific short-term purposes.
To apply for a UK Visitor Visa, you’ll need to complete an online application, pay the visa fee, and submit supporting documents. You may also need to attend an appointment at a Visa Facilitation Service (VFS) or provide biometric data.
Eligibility requirements can vary depending on the type of visitor visa you are applying for, but, in general, you will need to prove the purpose of your visit, have sufficient funds for your stay, demonstrate your intent to return to your home country, and not intend to work or settle in the UK.
The duration of your stay on a UK Visitor Visa can vary depending on the type of visa and the specific circumstances. Typically, you can stay for up to six months, but some visas may allow shorter or longer stays.
No, you are not allowed to work, seek employment, or undertake any kind of paid or unpaid work in the UK on a standard visitor visa. Similarly, you cannot study in the UK on this visa.
In most cases, you cannot switch to another type of visa from within the UK while on a standard visitor visa. If you wish to work, study, or stay for a more extended period, you will need to return to your home country and apply for the appropriate visa.
If your visitor visa application is refused, you should carefully review the refusal notice to understand the reasons. You may have the option to reapply with additional documentation or, in some cases, appeal the decision.