This week we highlighted that it is important to realise that a Standard UK Visitor Visa has many sub-categories which come with their own separate set of requirements. So when submitting a Child Visitor Visa application it is essential that you fully understand the Home Office rules and requirements. With regard to Business Immigration, this week we discussed how Donald Trump’s Immigration Ban may benefit UK Business Immigration and provided guidance on how to successfully prepare for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Interview. LEXVISA Solicitors and Barristers are qualified to assist you in submitting the strongest possible UK Visa application.
The purpose of a Child Visitor Visa is to allow an individual who is under the age of 18 to come to the UK for up to 6 months, for many different purposes. However, those on a Child Visitor Visa are restricted from doing the following:
- being a burden on the State and have no recourse to public funds;
- must not study whilst they are in the UK; and
- must not work in the UK.
It is important that adequate arrangements have been made for Child Visitor Visa Applicants for their travel to, reception and care in the UK before they travel and if the Applicant is not applying or travelling with a parent or guardian based in their home or residential country who is responsible for their care, that parent or guardian must give their consent to the arrangements for that child’s travel to, and reception and care in the UK.
It is important to seek legal advice from our specialist immigration solicitors to ensure you understand the UK’s complex immigration rules and additional requirements before submitting a Child Visitor Visa application.
Tier 1 Entrepreneur Applicants need to meet the Genuine Entrepreneur Test as well as having an in-depth interview with the Home Office in circumstances where there are suspicions surrounding the credibility of the Tier 1 Entrepreneur application. During the Tier 1 Entrepreneur Interview, it is important that Tier 1 Entrepreneur Applicants are able to demonstrate they have a firm knowledge of their business and understand their business plan.
During the Tier 1 Entrepreneur Interview, Applicants may be asked questions regarding immigration history, education and relevant experience and background to their business as well as about their business plan. Our team of specialist Business Immigration Solicitors can organise mock interviews or prepare mock questions in order to assist Tier 1 Entrepreneur Applicants for their Tier 1 Entrepreneur Interview.
President Trump’s controversial travel ban has featured continuously in the news over the past few months. The travel ban appears to discourage Business Immigration to the United States from countries in the Middle East and Africa. This can have a positive impact for UK Business Immigration as the UK welcomes Tier 1 Entrepreneur and Tier 1 Investor Applicants.
Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visas and Tier 1 Investor Visas are aimed at high net worth individuals, and it is important to establish which Tier 1 visa route is more suitable to you before you make an application.
There are several key differences between a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa and a Tier 1 Investor Visa, such as Tier 1 Investor Applicants need to demonstrate proficiency in English, whereas Tier 1 Entrepreneur Applicants must. In order to fully understand all of the requirements for the Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa and Tier 1 Investor Visa, it is advisable you speak with our specialist immigration lawyers to identify the best route for you and prepare the UK Visa application as strongly as possible.
Using Legal Representation to Submit a UK Visa Application
Legal representatives, such as our specialist immigration and visa law firm, are qualified to advise you on the law and your immigration matter. You can instruct one of our immigration and visa legal representatives to successfully assist you with a UK Visa application. Our solicitors and Barristers will help you comply with the Home Office’s requirements and meet the Immigration Rules.
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 Immigration & Visa application succeeds, our solicitors and barristers will ensure all specified documents must be provided.
The UK Immigration Rules are complex and a legal representative can help ensure that your application meets the Immigration Rules.
Successfully Submit a UK Visa Application
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 prospects of submitting a UK Immigration & Visa application before your application even reaches the Home Office UK Visa & Immigration department. We can assist you with the preparation and submission of a UK Immigration & Visa application and ensure that you meet all the requirements of the relevant rules.
Our offices 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 to discuss a UK Immigration & Visa application.
Contact our London immigration solicitors on 02071830570 or complete our contact form.