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Healthcare Visitor

S2 Healthcare Visitor

The S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa is granted based on the EU administrative form and administered under Articles 20 and 27 of Regulation (EC) 883/2004. The policy permits a person to apply for this visa in order to receive medical treatments in the UK. It is also a visa permitted to allow to accompany someone to the UK to obtain that treatment. 

Requirements of the S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa

The following are the requirements of the S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa, and you must submit the correct information and documents at the date of application, to avoid a visa refusal:

  1. A valid application must be lodged using the correct visa form.
  2. You must not fall for refusal under the general grounds of refusal of the immigration rules.  
  3. You must be travelling for the purpose of undergoing S2 authorised healthcare treatment and must present a valid ‘S2 certificate of entitlement to scheduled treatment’.
  4. Evidence of your intention to return as well as the financial aspect would be considered in the S2 Healthcare Visitor visa application. 

How to apply for the S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa

The visa application must be completed on the UK Home Office website. There are no visa fees to be paid for that application however the Visa Centre, applies other charges. The UK Home Office have a right to change the visa fees. Please check before you apply.

Extending your leave to remain under S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa

You are permitted to extend your leave to remain in the UK under the S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa, as long as you continue to meet the requirements of the visa. You must provide further evidences to support your application including updated medical evidences.

Refusal of your S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa

If your application under the S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa is refused, and you have submitted a valid application for entry clearance or permission to enter or stay and is refused will be able to challenge the decision by administrative review and/or by appeal.

Administrative review is available where you are refused under eligibility grounds. An appeal is available where you are refused or where their permission is cancelled. The decision letter will inform you of the reasons, and you must submit your grounds of representation including evidences to support your administrative review or appeal. 

Taking legal advice on S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa

You can speak to ICS Legal on applying for the S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa, and how to ensure the application is lodged correctly. You can call us on 0207 237 3388 or email us at info@icslegal.com

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