We are committed, experienced immigration experts who prioritize your future. Call us on:
01707 707626 or
01279 970200 (Bishop’s Stortford) For immediate support and  guidance tailored to your situation. We are here to assist you in person, via phone, or online.
Get in Touch

N & M Immigration Lawyers, your compassionate partner for immigration legal services in Hertfordshire and surrounding areas. We are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) at level 1.  We are committed to offering inclusive immigration solutions to businesses, individuals and families in need.

Our Clients

Our offices in Hatfield and Welwyn Garden City both located in Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, NMILS assists clients from Africa, Asia, the Americas, Portuguese-speaking countries, and Europe. Our extensive experience with diverse nations enables us to tailor our approach to each immigration case. Understanding the intricacies of immigration processes in your specific country, whether it’s Hertfordshire or elsewhere, is essential for providing sound advice. Our team is well-equipped to navigate these complexities and support you effectively, ensuring your immigration needs are comprehensively met in Hertfordshire and beyond.


We are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC)

We are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner. For your peace of mind, click on the badge to your left, directing you to the official OISC website for verification, as confirmation our firm is duly regulated and verified to offer precise immigration advice, providing you the assurance you seek.


At NMILS, we specialize in a range of immigration services designed to cater to your needs. Our expertise spans visa applications, citizenship guidance, work permit assistance, family sponsorship, asylum seeker support, and more. Whether you’re seeking to visit, reside, or extend your stay in the UK, our dedicated team of multilingual experts is here to guide you through every step of your immigration journey

Partner & Family Visa

Visa applications for adult and child dependents of British nationals or settled persons, including parents and relatives requiring care.

UK Ancestry Visa for Commonwealth citizens with British national grandparents.

Visas for foreign partners, including Spouse, Fiancé(e), and Unmarried Partner visas for same-sex couples.

Business & Entrepreneurs Visa

Our OISC-certified legal professionals specialize in employment immigration law, enabling us to provide comprehensive and expert assistance to UK enterprises seeking a Sponsorship Licence. This license is an essential prerequisite for engaging an international workforce and recruiting foreign employees for your company.

Skilled & Temporary Workers Visa

Skilled workers from abroad have the opportunity to apply for a Skilled Worker visa if they possess a valid job offer from a UK-based company. Depending on their specific professions, migrants can enter the UK under designations such as the Sportsperson Visa or as applicants seeking Minister of Religion roles.  Individuals being relocated to a UK branch of their company under the Intra-Company Transfer Visa scheme.

International Students & Pupils Visa

Recognizing the significance of acquiring a high-quality education, we are delighted to provide comprehensive assistance to international students aspiring to study in the UK. We will support you through every stage of your Student Visa application process.

British Citizenship & Settlement

If you presently reside in the UK with settled status and have the desire to become a British citizen through naturalization, we are here to support you at every stage of this journey.

Visitor's Visa

Individuals desiring to travel to the UK for leisure activities, seeking private medical treatment, or participating in unpaid business appointments have the option to apply for a Standard Visitor visa.  Certain groups of travelers who require passage through the UK en route to another country might need to apply for a visitor in Transit visa.

Express Application Processing Service

Our commitment to efficiently managing your case commences the moment you engage our team of expert lawyers. However, certain visa applications necessitate swift action, requiring strict adherence to submission deadlines.

If you are concerned about meeting a specific timeline or seeking rapid responses from the UKVI, our tailor-made Express Application Processing Package is designed with your needs in mind. This comprehensive offering includes:

  • A unhurried consultation session with our legal experts to delve into the specifics of your case.
  • A thorough review of your application and all accompanying documentation.
  • Active communication with the Home Office to closely monitor your application’s progress.

One of our proficient professionals will provide immediate assistance and secure a slot within the Home Office’s Same-Day Premium Service on your behalf. Essentially, your case becomes our utmost priority, ensuring meticulous processing to align with your deadline.


Fees are subject to change

Fee Scales – Visa Applications

Type of application (Level 1)

Fixed Fee

British Citizenship EU Nationals/and or Family members

£850 – Main applicant

British Citizen Registration (UKM Form)


Visitor Visa

£300 – £650 – depends on which Visa type

Transfer of conditions


Biometric Residence Permit replacement (if Lost)


Indefinite Leave to Remain


Further Leave to Remain


Administrative Review


Vary conditions attached to leave (straightforward applications)


Sponsorship Licence

£1,500 – £4,000 – depends on the size of the business

Workers Visa


Same-day application availability @ £250 = Expedited 

Additional dependants @ £350 = Dependant 

Dependants over 18yo @ £450 = Adult Dependants 


  1. Video call meetings or conference calls can be booked in 30 minute slots. The first one of these is included in your service fee.
  2. Payment is accepted via bank transfer. The fees quoted in our fee scale are our professional/service fees and do not include UKVI/Home Office application fees. We accept British Pounds Sterling only.
  3. On a case by case basis, additional costs may need to be incurred, which are not included in the above prices e.g. accountant fees; translation costs etc. We will notify you in advance or make it clear from the beginning – if possible, whether any additional services and hence fees will be/are needed/required. We have a policy to notify you in advance if this occurs, seeking agreement if disbursements will have to be paid in addition to our professional/service fe

Optimize your immigration application with N & M Immigration Services’ checking service for £350 plus VAT. 


We review applications for:

  • British Citizenship:  Naturalisation or Registration,
  • Indefinite Leave to Remain / Settlement
  • Fiancé Visa
  • Spousal Visa 
  • Family Visa
  • Visitor Visas
  • EU Settlement
  • Business Sponsorship Licences.
  • Returning Resident Application



Read More
N&M immigration lawyers.. You made a world of difference for me! Dealing with immigration can be stressful, but your team was not just knowledgeable; they were genuinely supportive. You took the time to understand my difficult situation and provided clear, helpful advice. I won't hesitate in telling anyone who wants a team that cares about a persons journey. I will highly recommend you to anyone. Honestly, you're the real deal!"
toby yahoo
toby yahoo@username
Read More
N & M immigration Lawyers made the impossible possible by sorting my long time outstanding immigration program. My future is very bright. Many thanks to Maggie and her team who I highly recommend for all your immigration problems
Jane Creer
Jane Creer@username
Read More
N & M immigration lawyers has an excellent client care. They listen and understand, very professional team. Thank you Maggie & team.
How we can help

Our professional immigration advice sessions are available at our office, video call or on the phone.

Our legal professionals are experts in a diverse array of UK visas, nationality matters, and asylum applications. We have successfully represented clients in  intricate  cases.

Our team offers adept guidance, pragmatic support, and skilled representation to navigate you through the entirety of the application and decision-making journey.

No matter the specific immigration service you require, we stand ready to assist. Reach out to our dedicated customer client team to discover more about our offerings and access the professional expertise necessary for your success.

British Citizenship

Guidelines for British Citizenship

Obtaining British citizenship can be achieved through birth or by applying for naturalisation if you are 18 years or older. To qualify for British nationality, you must demonstrate that you have held Indefinite Leave to Remain or EU Settled Status in the UK for a minimum of three years, and that you have maintained a clean record in accordance with UK law, including immigration regulations.

Upon the approval of your application for permanent residence status, you will enjoy the privilege of residing, working, and studying in the UK on a permanent basis, free from immigration constraints. This status will also permit you to travel and spend time abroad without the concern of jeopardizing your acquired standing.

For a more comprehensive understanding of attaining settled status in the UK, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our team of skilled immigration lawyers.


Pursuant to the British Nationality Act, individuals seeking Naturalisation must satisfy the subsequent eligibility criteria:

  1. Age: Applicants must be 18 years or older.

  2. Continuous Residence: A minimum of 5 years of uninterrupted residence in the UK is required, with no more than 450 days spent outside the country during this period.

  3. Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR): Applicants must have held ILR status in the UK for a minimum of 12 months.

  4. English Language Proficiency: Fulfill the B1 CEFR level English language requirements, unless exempt.

  5. Life in the UK Test: Successful completion of the Life in the UK Test, which assesses familiarity with British customs, traditions, and culture.

  6. Adherence to Immigration Rules: No violations of UK immigration rules should be present in the applicant’s history.

  7. Good Character: Displaying “good character” is crucial. This entails an absence of significant or recent criminal records, encompassing potential overseas offences and UK immigration-related matters. Contributions to society are also taken into consideration.

Should you require further insights into achieving British citizenship, our team of proficient immigration lawyers is readily available to assist.

Difference between British Citizenship and Settlement

ILR (Indefinite Leave to Remain) and British Nationality: Distinct Statuses with Similar Benefits

Both ILR (including Permanent Residence and EU Settled Status) and British nationality confer upon you the privilege to reside, work, and study in the UK without being subject to immigration controls. Despite sharing these advantages, they remain separate statuses.

Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR)

After maintaining continuous residence in the UK for five years, you can apply for ILR. This status designates you as a British settled individual, granting you the right to permanently reside in the UK. Additionally, you can access public funds, reunite with family members, and travel in and out of the country without necessitating a visa.

Acquiring ILR is an obligatory step preceding naturalisation as a UK citizen. However, it’s crucial to bear in mind that staying outside the UK for over two years can lead to a loss of your ILR status.

British Citizenship

Attaining British nationality bestows comprehensive rights and responsibilities. This includes the privilege to participate in parliamentary and local elections, secure a British passport, and most notably, travel abroad for extended periods without the concern of forfeiting your status.

If you seek more detailed information about either status, our proficient team of immigration lawyers is available to provide guidance.

When can I apply for my British Citizenship after my Indefinite Leave to Remain/ Settlement

Applying for British Citizenship after Indefinite Leave to Remain

In general, you become eligible to apply for British citizenship once you have held Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK for a minimum of 12 months. This criterion also applies to individuals with Indefinite Leave to Enter the UK and to EU/EEA citizens who have held EU settled status for a specified duration.

However, if you are married to a British citizen, you have the option to apply for Naturalisation immediately upon receiving Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK.

Throughout the 12-month qualifying period, it is important not to exceed 90 days outside of the UK. You might be required to furnish information about any absences before submitting your application.

Should you hold Indefinite Leave to Remain but spend more than two years abroad, your status will be revoked. Consequently, you will not be eligible for British nationality until you have accumulated additional qualifying time within the UK.

For EU citizens with settled status, spending over five years abroad will result in the loss of your right to settle in the UK. To reclaim this status, a new application must be submitted.

For further clarification on your specific circumstances or to initiate the application process, our team of expert immigration lawyers is at your service

Skilled or Temporary Workers

The Skilled Worker visa has taken over the role of the Tier 2 (General) work visa. This visa category permits qualifying candidates to reside in the UK for employment in an eligible role with an approved sponsor or employer.

Individuals who are either from the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein, and have established residence in the UK prior to January 1st, 2021, are eligible to apply for the free EU Settlement Scheme. This status negates the need for a work visa when seeking employment in the UK. Notably, Irish citizens are exempt from both the requirement to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme and the need for a visa for working in the UK.

Job Offer Requirements

  1. Job Eligibility: The offered job must be eligible for the Skilled Worker Visa, requiring a skill level of at least RQF level 3 (comparable to A-levels) under the new Skilled Worker Visa route.

  2. Salary Requirement: Your compensation should meet the minimum salary or “going rate” relevant to the nature of the work. The minimum salary is £25,600 per year at least.

  3. Approved Employer: Your prospective employer must be sanctioned by the Home Office and possess a valid Certificate of Sponsorship.

  4. Occupation Code: An occupation code must be assigned to your role. If you’ve secured a job offer, you should obtain this code from your employer.

  5. Genuine Vacancy: You must substantiate that your sponsored role is authentic and not created merely to facilitate your Skilled Worker visa application. The Home Office will scrutinize the legitimacy of the job, and any suspicion of a sham will lead to the rejection of your application.

Meeting these prerequisites ensures that your job offer aligns with the requisites for obtaining a Skilled Worker Visa.


To be eligible for a Skilled Worker Visa, securing sponsorship from a UK-based employer is a necessity. Additionally, you must satisfy the ensuing eligibility prerequisites:

  1. Age: You must be 18 years or older.

  2. Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS): Possession of a valid CoS pertinent to the designated job is essential.

  3. Genuine Job Vacancy: Your offered employment must represent a legitimate vacancy.

  4. Appropriate Job Level: Your role must correspond to an appropriate skill level.

  5. Salary Requirement: The salary you will receive must meet or exceed both the general salary threshold and the “going rate” applicable to your occupation.

  6. Immigration Skills Charge: Your sponsor is required to fulfill the stipulated Immigration Skills Charge.

  7. English Proficiency: Demonstrating English proficiency at a minimum of CEFR Level B1 is mandatory.

  8. Financial Self-sustainability: You need to demonstrate the ability to support yourself and your family financially without reliance on public funds.

  9. Criminal Record Certificate: Providing a valid criminal record certificate is necessary.

  10. Tuberculosis (TB) Certificate: If required, submission of a valid TB certificate is obligatory.

  11. Genuineness Requirement: Fulfilling the specific genuineness requirement is crucial. This entails confirming your commitment to solely undertaking the proposed role and refraining from engaging in additional employment during your stay in the UK.

English Language Requirement for Skilled Worker Visa

As a prerequisite for the Skilled Worker Visa, you are required to exhibit proficiency in English. This proficiency should be at least at level B1 (intermediate). You can fulfill this criterion by:

  1. Nationality from Majority English-speaking Country: Being a citizen of a country where English is predominantly spoken.

  2. Secure English Language Test: Successfully passing a Secure English Language Test recognized by the UK government.

  3. English Qualifications from School: Attaining a GCSE/A Level or Scottish Highers qualification in English while studying in a UK school.

  4. English-taught Degree: Possessing a degree that was taught in English.

  5. Previous Application: Meeting the English language requirement in any previous entry clearance application.

Adhering to these options ensures that your English proficiency meets the stipulated criteria for a Skilled Worker Visa application.

Financial Requirements for Skilled Worker Visa

Under the Skilled Worker Visa category, the general salary threshold stands at £25,600 per annum. This implies that your salary should either match or exceed this amount, as well as encompass 100% of the going rate for your specific occupation – opting for the higher of the two. The calculation will be based on your guaranteed basic gross pay.

However, certain groups of workers might be eligible for lower remuneration under specific conditions. This is feasible if they accrue supplementary “tradable points” for other attributes, such as:

  • Possession of a pertinent PhD qualification or a qualification in a relevant STEM subject.
  • Acceptance of a job offer categorized under the shortage occupation list.
  • Applicants designated as new entrants to the labor market.
  • Individuals applying for positions classified as health or education occupations.

In addition to meeting the prescribed minimum salary threshold, additional financial requisites must also be satisfied. You are required to maintain a minimum of £1,270 in cash funds, earmarked for your sustenance during your stay in the UK. These funds should be consistently held in your bank account for a consecutive span of 28 days preceding your application.

Eligibility for a Family Visa in the UK

If you are not a UK national and have intentions to reside and work in the UK for an extended duration, you will need to undergo a UK Visa application.

There exist various visa categories catering to different circumstances. A Family Visa becomes essential if you aim to unite with family members in the UK for a period surpassing 6 months.

If you currently reside outside the UK, you can seek a Family Visa to join your spouse, fiancé(e), partner, child, parent, or a relative who will be your long-term caregiver.

There are also alternative routes that render you eligible for a Family Visa. You can apply based on the following grounds:

  1. Your relationship concluded due to divorce or your partner’s recent demise.
  2. Applying as the parent of a British or settled child, or a child who has spent 7 years or more in the UK.
  3. Application under the Ukrainian family member scheme.
  4. Applying to settle in the UK or extend your existing family visa.

Furthermore, you can determine if a UK-based family member is qualified to sponsor your visa application. The eligibility criteria for a Family Visa encompass various circumstances and pathways that facilitate family reunification within the UK.

Outlined below are the distinct types of UK Family Visas accessible to non-UK nationals:

  1. Spouse Visa: For individuals married to a British citizen or someone with ILR or settled status.

  2. Partner Visa: Designed for unmarried partners or those in a same-sex relationship with a British citizen or an individual with ILR or settled status.

  3. Fiancé(e) Visa: Applicable for those intending to marry a British citizen or a person with ILR or settled status.

  4. Parent Visa: For parents seeking to join their child who holds British citizenship, ILR, or settled status.

  5. Child Visa: Intended for children whose parent(s) are British citizens, have ILR, or settled status.

  6. Adult Dependent Relative Visa: For elderly dependent relatives of a person in the UK with British citizenship, ILR, or settled status.

The specific type of Family Visa you require depends on your unique relationship with a settled individual in the UK. Each category is tailored to address different familial circumstances, ensuring family unity within the UK.

Spouse Visa Details

Under the UK Family Visa category, partners and spouses are eligible to remain in the UK for a duration of up to 2.5 years. Subsequently, an extension can be sought, extending the total stay to 5 years.

After residing in the UK for more than five years, you become eligible to apply for indefinite leave to remain.

To apply for a Family Visa as a partner or spouse, you must meet the following criteria:

  1. Age Requirement: Both you and your partner must be above 18 years old.

  2. Genuine Relationship: Your relationship must be authentic and sincere.

  3. Intent to Reside: You should have the intention to reside in the UK for at least 2.5 years.

For those applying for a UK Family Visa as a fiancée, your stay duration will be limited to 6 months. During this time, marriage to your fiancé(e) is mandatory to meet the visa requirements; otherwise, you risk deportation.

It is possible to include dependent children in your spouse or fiancé(e) visa application.

Meeting the financial requisites is also necessary for eligibility. For a single applicant, the income threshold is set at £18,600, which increases by £3,800 for a child. Additional children add £2,400 each.

In terms of language requirements, eligibility for a Family Visa in the UK can be met by:

  1. Passing an approved language test.
  2. Holding a qualification from an English-speaking course.
  3. Hailing from a national or majority English-speaking country.

These language criteria do not apply to individuals aged 65 or older during their Family Visa application or those with mental or physical disabilities that prevent them from fulfilling this requirement.

Child Dependent Visa Overview

Children who are non-UK nationals residing abroad can apply for a UK Family Visa either alongside their parent’s application or as an individual application.

To be eligible for a Family Visa, the child must be under 18 years of age at the time of application. Additionally, the child must continue to be dependent and not have established an independent family unit.

For children to accompany a parent or carer to live in the UK, the parent or carer must meet the financial eligibility criteria.

Much like spouse visa applications, children who hold a Child Dependent Visa become eligible to apply for British naturalization after residing in the UK for five years subsequent to the expiration of the Family Visa.

UK Ancestry Visa: An Overview

The UK Ancestry Visa stands as a distinctive category within the family of visas.

Should your grandparents be native to the UK, and you originate from a Commonwealth country, you might qualify for a UK Ancestry Visa spanning a period of five years.

This visa permits you to engage in work, reside, and pursue studies within the UK. Upon the culmination of the five-year duration, you become eligible to apply for settled status.

Adult Dependent Visa: An Overview

For individuals above the age of 18 aspiring to reside and work in the UK under a Family Visa, eligibility for an Adult Dependent Visa may be within reach. This visa category is tailored for those seeking entry to the UK as parents, grandparents, or adult children of a British Citizen.

An Adult Dependent Visa can be sought under exceptional circumstances. It caters to individuals necessitating long-term care, which can be provided by their UK-based relative.

Unlike most other Family Visa types, the Adult Dependent Visa permits indefinite stay in the UK, contingent upon the UK-based relative holding British Citizenship, settled status, refugee status, or humanitarian protection in the UK.

This visa is reserved for specific situations and is notably challenging to secure. To gain acceptance, the following criteria must be met:

  1. Comprehensive Evidence: A substantial body of evidence should demonstrate the absence of sufficient care in your country of origin for an Adult Dependent Family Visa.

  2. Age Requirement: You must be above 18 years of age.

  3. Relationship Criterion: You must have a direct familial relationship with an individual possessing British Citizenship or settled status in the UK.

The Adult Dependent Visa caters to unique and exceptional circumstances where applicants rely on long-term care from their UK-based relatives. Meeting the stringent requirements ensures eligibility for this distinctive Family Visa category.

International Students & Pupils

Recognizing the significance of acquiring a top-tier education, we take pride in assisting international students desiring to pursue studies in the UK. Our support encompasses every facet of the Student Visa application process.

Furthermore, we extend specialized guidance for applicants below the age of 18 who have secured an acceptance letter from a recognized British educational institution and consequently need to pursue a Child Student Visa application.

Within our array of services, we facilitate seamless communication with both your sponsor and the Home Office, ensuring the timely processing of your application to enable your enrollment in your chosen course. In the event of a successful application, if you intend to bring your family along to the UK, we are equipped to assist with all requisite documentation necessary to support your dependents.

Our commitment lies in ensuring that your educational aspirations are met with smooth and efficient visa processing, allowing you to embark on your educational journey with confidence.

UK Student Visa Application NMILS

Student Visa requirement overview

The UK visa requirements vary depending on the type of visa you are applying for. However, here are some general guidelines and common requirements:

  1. Application Form: You need to complete the appropriate application form for the specific visa category you are applying for.

  2. Valid Passport: You must have a valid passport with at least six months’ validity beyond your intended date of departure from the UK.

  3. Biometric Residence Permit: If you are applying for a long-term visa (e.g., work, study, family), you may need to obtain a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) upon arrival in the UK.

  4. Evidence of Purpose: You need to provide documents proving the purpose of your visit, such as an acceptance letter from a UK educational institution or a job offer from a UK employer.

  5. Financial Proof: You need to demonstrate that you have sufficient funds to cover your stay in the UK, including tuition fees (if applicable), accommodation, and living expenses.

  6. English Language Proficiency: Depending on the visa category, you might need to prove your English language proficiency through tests like IELTS or provide evidence of English-taught education.

  7. Tuberculosis (TB) Test: In some cases, applicants from certain countries may need to undergo a TB test.

  8. Criminal Record Check: Some visa categories require you to provide a criminal record certificate from your home country.

  9. Health Insurance: You may need to show proof of health insurance coverage for the duration of your stay in the UK.

  10. Ties to Home Country: You need to demonstrate your intention to leave the UK after your visa expires and return to your home country.

  11. Sponsorship or Invitation: Depending on the visa type, you might need sponsorship from a UK-based employer, educational institution, or family member.

  12. Biometrics: You will typically need to provide your biometric data (fingerprints and photograph) as part of the application process.

It’s important to note that specific requirements can vary greatly based on the visa category, your nationality, and your personal circumstances. Always refer to the official UK government website or consult with a qualified immigration advisor for accurate and up-to-date information tailored to your situation.

Visitor Visa & Emigration

International visitors may require a visa for their stay in the UK, whether for a brief period or an extended visit. The type of visa you need will depend on the purpose of your visit and your individual circumstances.

For instance, individuals seeking leisurely experiences, private medical treatment, or participation in unpaid business engagements can apply for a Standard Visitor visa. On the other hand, if you have been extended an invitation to the UK as a recognized expert in your field, you might qualify for a Permitted Paid Engagement Visa. Travelers passing through the UK en route to another destination may need to obtain a visitor in Transit visa.

Our team of immigration lawyers is well-versed in international law, providing us with the expertise to extend legal assistance to those contemplating emigration from the UK to the USA. We offer comprehensive guidance for individuals considering relocation to various destinations, such as emigrating to Australia or making the move to Canada from the UK.

Should you require further insights into our emigration services or need assistance with navigating the intricacies of international travel and immigration, do not hesitate to reach out to our dedicated team. Your journey toward a successful and seamless transition begins with us.

The requirements for a UK Visitor Visa can vary depending on the purpose of your visit and your individual circumstances. However, here are some common requirements for a standard UK Visitor Visa:

  1. Valid Passport: You must have a valid passport with at least six months’ validity beyond your intended date of departure from the UK.

  2. Purpose of Visit: You need to provide a clear and genuine reason for your visit, such as tourism, visiting family or friends, business meetings, attending a conference, or receiving medical treatment.

  3. Proof of Funds: You must demonstrate that you have sufficient funds to cover your stay in the UK, including accommodation, transportation, and living expenses. This can be in the form of bank statements, pay slips, or other financial documents.

  4. Ties to Home Country: You need to show strong ties to your home country, such as family, employment, property ownership, or other commitments that indicate you will return after your visit.

  5. Travel Itinerary: You should provide a detailed travel itinerary, including your planned dates of entry and exit, accommodation details, and any activities you plan to undertake.

  6. Invitation Letter (if applicable): If you are visiting friends or family in the UK, you may need an invitation letter from your host with details of their address, contact information, and relationship to you.

  7. Employment Status: If you are employed, you should provide a letter from your employer confirming your job position, salary, and leave approval for your intended travel period.

  8. Accommodation: You need to provide proof of your accommodation arrangements in the UK, such as hotel reservations or a letter of invitation from your host.

  9. Travel History: You may need to provide information about your previous international travel history, including any past visas and entry/exit stamps.

  10. English Language Proficiency: While not always required, being able to communicate in English can be helpful, especially if you are attending business meetings or conferences.

  11. Health Insurance: It’s advisable to have travel health insurance to cover any medical expenses during your stay.

  12. Tuberculosis (TB) Test: Depending on your nationality and the length of your visit, you may need to undergo a TB test.

It’s important to note that the requirements can vary based on your specific circumstances and the purpose of your visit. Always refer to the official UK government website or consult with a qualified immigration advisor for accurate and up-to-date information tailored to your situation.

Business & Entrepreneurs

To apply for a UK business or entrepreneur visa, you must meet certain requirements set by the UK government. Some of the key requirements include:

  • Having access to at least £50,000 in investment funds if applying for an entrepreneur visa
  • Having a viable business plan that demonstrates how your business will create jobs and contribute to the UK economy
  • Meeting the English language proficiency requirements
  • Being able to support yourself financially during your stay in the UK
  • Meeting the character and conduct requirements

For a more detailed list of requirements and information on how to apply, you can visit the UK government’s official visa and immigration website.

Entrepreneurs Visa

To apply for a UK entrepreneur visa in 2023, you must meet the following requirements:

Have access to at least £50,000 in investment funds
Have a business plan that is innovative, viable, and scalable
Pass an English language test to prove your proficiency
Be able to provide evidence of your business experience and qualifications
Have enough money to support yourself without relying on public funds
Please note that these requirements may be subject to change, so it’s important to check the latest information on the UK government’s website.

UK Business Visa

requirements for obtaining a Business Visa

Which is often referred to as a “Standard Visitor Visa” or “Business Visitor Visa.” Keep in mind that immigration regulations and requirements can change, so it’s important to verify the most up-to-date information on the official UK government website or through other reliable sources before making any visa application. Here’s a general outline of the requirements for a UK Business Visa:

  1. Eligibility Criteria:

    • You intend to visit the UK for business-related activities, such as attending meetings, conferences, seminars, or training sessions.
    • You do not plan to work or receive payment in the UK, other than permissible business-related activities.
  2. Documents Required:

    • A valid passport with at least one blank page for the visa stamp.
    • A completed visa application form.
    • Passport-sized color photographs that meet the UK’s photo requirements.
    • An invitation letter or confirmation of your business-related activities in the UK.
    • Proof of sufficient funds to cover your expenses during your stay in the UK.
    • Details of your travel itinerary, including flight bookings and accommodation arrangements.
    • Any relevant business documents, such as letters from your employer, details of business meetings, and conference registrations.
  3. Financial Requirements:

    • You need to demonstrate that you have enough funds to cover your accommodation, transportation, and other expenses while in the UK.
  4. Intent to Leave the UK:

    • You should provide evidence that you have strong ties to your home country and that you plan to return after your visit to the UK. This can include documents showing employment, property ownership, family ties, etc.
  5. Criminal Record Check:

    • You may need to provide a criminal record certificate, depending on your country of residence and other factors.
  6. Health Insurance:

    • It’s recommended to have comprehensive travel health insurance to cover any medical expenses during your stay in the UK.
  7. Biometric Data:

    • Depending on your nationality, you may be required to provide biometric data (fingerprints and photograph) as part of the application process.

Please note that the above information is a general guideline and may not be comprehensive or up-to-date. Visa requirements and processes can change, so always consult the official UK government website or contact the nearest UK embassy or consulate for the most accurate and current information regarding Business Visa requirements and application procedures

The Child Visitor Visa permits individuals under 18 to travel to the UK for family visits or educational purposes. It falls within the Standard Visitor Visa category and is typically valid for a duration of up to six months.

If you (or your child) are applying for this visa, it is essential to demonstrate suitable accommodation and care arrangements during your stay. Additionally, you must prove that you have a parent or guardian in your home country who holds responsibility for your well-being.

Our team of highly qualified lawyers is ready to assist you with your Child Visitor Visa application. An experienced lawyer will guide you through the eligibility assessment, meticulously complete your application, conduct a comprehensive document review, and provide a supportive Letter of Representation. This letter outlines the strengths of your case, references your supporting documents, and cites relevant UK immigration laws in support of your application.