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Short-term students

Short-term students The short-term study routes (previously student visitor routes) are for people who want to come to the UK to study for a short period of time on a course that does not include a work placement or work experience, with the exception of electives which meet paragraph A57D(a)(iii) of the Immigration Rules. There are 3 short-term student routes: short-term student (6 months) – for applicants aged 16 and over for a maximum of 6 months’ study; short-term student (11 months) – for applicants aged 16 and over for a maximum of 11 months’ English language study only; short-term student (child) – for applicants aged under 16 for a maximum of 6 months’ study. The only situation in which a student may use short-term study (STS) to study a course that will not be completed within their 6 month stay, other than for an English language course, is where a student is undertaking distance learning. An applicant who wishes to use short-term study to undertake distance learning in the UK must meet all of the following criteria. They must: be studying for the majority of their time outside of the UK for a UK qualification by distance learning; be on a course...

How To Apply For A UK Visit Visa (Update – 2020)

How To Apply For A UK Visit Visa OR Visitor Standard Visa the UK Applying for a UK visit visa post Covid-19 can be a stressful process and making sure the Visa is not refused, you need to make sure the application for the UK visa contains both the right information and evidences. The purpose of the UK visitor visa is to allow a person to undertake multiple activities whilst they are in the UK, but the applicant should be able to explain what their main reason for coming to the UK is at the visa application stage, on entry and for extending their stay. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure they provide evidence to satisfy the Home Office who will be issuing the UK visit visa, that they meet the UK visitor Visa rules. The application for the UK visit visa is assessed based on the information, immigration history and evidences. We see that the visa applications are being refused due to previous legal abuses. Whilst you are a genuine visitor, the UK Home Office must ensure that the UK visit visa application is applied correctly with the right information. Please do avoid using agents and unqualified lawyers. Whilst their...

Tier 5 UK Visa | Temporary Work Visa

Tier 5 UK Visa For Temporary Workers Charity worker visa ( Tier 5 UK Visa ) Tier 5 UK  visa is issued who are coming to the UK to do unpaid voluntary work for a charity. The work they do must relate to the work of their sponsor’s organizations. Applicants need to have a certificate of sponsorship from a licensed employer before applying. Eligibility to apply for charity worker visa You have to submit the documents that show you are able to support yourself. So you must have £945 in your bank account for 90 days before you apply. Besides, it is required to have a certificate of sponsorship reference number from your UK sponsor. Documents you have to provide  When you apply you require providing: A current passport and other valid travel identification You have had at £945 in savings before you apply for 90 days. This is to prove you can support yourself and you must have this in your bank account for 90 days before you apply. Apply You must apply online for this UK charity worker visa. You require your fingerprints and photograph taken at a visa application centre as part of your application. You will...

Family permit in the UK

To live with your family member in the UK you require a family visa. If you are outside in the UK you can apply for a family visa to live with your spouse or partner, fiancé or proposed civil partner, child, parent or relative. If you apply inside in the UK you can apply to extend your stay with your family member if you are in the UK on a family visa. However, if you came to the UK on a different visa you might be able to switch to a family visa to reside with your spouse or partner, child and parent. Besides, you might be able to apply to stay on the basis of your private life if you have lived in the UK for many years already. However, you can extend or switch at any time before your current permission to live in the UK get expired. You must reside in the UK for a certain amount of time before you are eligible for settlement. How much family visa costs depends on how you apply. If you apply outside the UK joining your partner, parent or child will cost £1,523. While dependent is added for each person...