Non-EEA nationals who wish to visit the UK regularly over a longer period than 6 months, such as to visit their family, can apply for a Long-Term (Multiple Entry) visit visa that lasts 2,5 or 10 years. Under this Long Term Visit Visa you will be able to stay in the UK for maximum 6 months on each visit.Apply for Long-Term (Multiple Entry) Visit Visa with LEXVISA Solicitors.
How to apply for Long-Term (Multiple Entry) Visit Visa
Applicants who wish to apply for a visit visa that allows multiple visits of up to 6 months for a visit, may choose to apply for 2,5 or 10 years Long-Term (Multiple Entry) Visit Visa. Our experienced immigration and visa solicitors help visitors to submit successful applications and explore their options in the UK.
The process of applying for a Long-Term Visit Visa involves completing the application form and submitting a bundle of supporting documents to the Home Office. Your immigration and visa application will be considered by a caseworker and you will need to satisfy all the requirements set out in the Immigration Rules. We provide a bespoke service from assessing whether you meet the Home Office requirements to the submission of your application to the Home Office providing you with a complete and stress-free service.
Requirements for Long-Term (Multiple Entry) Visit Visa
In order to apply for a Long-Term (Multiple Entry) Visit Visa you will have to prove that you need to visit the UK regularly over a longer period.
If you are under 18 when you submit your visa and immigration application, your Long Term Visit Visa will only be valid for up to 6 months after you turn 18.
Applicants must meet all the General Vsitor rules relevant to their visit and satisfy the Home Office that they have a genuine intention to visit on a regular basis. The factors taken into account include:
- Credible reason to visit, such as family links or an established business connection
- Stability of personal and economic circumstances
- Travel history
To ensure your application is processed without delay, you should ensure you provide all of the necessary documents which show how you have access to the funds and meet all the eligibility criteria. Not submitting important documents or failing to highlight them can result in the visa and immigration application being rejected and having to start again incurring further Home Office fees.
Using Legal Representation to Apply for Long-Term (Multiple Entry) Visit Visa
Legal representatives, such as our specialist immigration and visa law firm, are qualified to advise you on immigration law and your immigration status. It is possible to instruct an immigration and visa legal representative to submit a Long-Term (Multiple Entry) Visit Visa application.
Caseworkers at the Home Office are trained to reject applications which are improperly prepared for example by failing to provide the correct supporting evidence. In order to ensure your application succeeds, all necessary documents must be provided.
This can be a significant administrative task and you will need to submit the correct documentary evidence. The UK Immigration Rules are complex and a legal representative can help ensure that your application meets the Immigration Rules.
Successful Long-Term (Multiple Entry) Visit Visa Applications
Our team of solicitors and barristers are specialist immigration lawyers who act in your best interest. We offer a client-tailored approach from the outset. From the very first meeting, we will be able to advise you in respect of your immigration status and the merit of your visa and immigration application before your matter even reaches the Home Office UK Visa & Immigration department. We can assist you with the preparation of your immigration and visa application and ensure that you meet all the requirements of the relevant rules.
We are based in the legal epicentre of London, just across the road from the Royal Courts of Justice in order to ensure we get the best results for our clients. We are minutes away from the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal, the Royal Courts of Justice and other central London courts.
Preparation is the key to successful immigration applications. Our UK immigration and visa solicitors are here to guide you through the complex immigration rules and requirements. If you wish to meet one of our lawyers, please call our Immigration Team so we can assess your case and arrange your legal consultation.
Contact our London immigration solicitors on 02071830570 or complete our contact form.