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Certain people who want to visit the UK need to acquire a Visitor Visa. At Hadi Law, we have successfully advised and represented clients applying for UK Visitor Visas for over 30 years. We know how stressful being denied a Visitor Visa can be. Therefore, our Immigration Law Solicitors are fully committed to ensuring your application is approved. We can also provide expert advice and representation if your Visitor Visa application has been refused. Our Immigration Law Solicitors will fight tenaciously to have the refusal overturned so you can enter the UK.
“They are always accurate and highly experienced in their job ,they always keep to an appointment and give you service beyond your expectations I will recommend my relatives and friends to their office, thank you so much Hadi Law Solicitors who had planted joy and peace in my family by letting them joining me here in UK after many years of battles for them to joining me failed but when I met Hadi laws solicitors, it was sorted out without delay, thank you once again.” - Mark Iwuchukwu
You can trust that our Immigration Visit Visa Solicitors will always act in your best interests. We will work effectively and efficiently to achieve the results you want.
Please call us for an initial consultation on 01772 447000 or request a callback.
Standard Visitor Visa
A Standard Visitor Visa allows you to stay in the UK for up to six months so you can:
Holiday in the country.
Visit family or friends.
Volunteer for up to 30 days with a registered charity.
Transit through the country.
Attend a business meeting or interview.
Participate in a school exchange programme
Attend a recreational course of up to 30 days.
Do short-term study, do a placement, or sit an exam.
Visit as an academic, senior doctor or dentist.
Have private medical treatment.
To qualify for a Standard Visit Visa, you need to provide evidence that:
You have the financial means to support yourself and any dependents (for example children under 18 years) who come with you to the UK.
You can pay for your return/onward flight, Eurostar, or ferry trip.
You will not make the UK your permanent home.
Standard Visitor Visas are often refused because the applicant cannot provide evidence that they meet the above conditions, or their immigration history makes immigration officials suspicious as to whether or not the applicant will leave the country after six months. Our Immigration Law Solicitors will provide the advice you need to have the best chance of submitting a successful application with the correct supporting documentation.
Marriage Visitor Visa
If you want to get married or register a Civil Partnership in the UK, you may need a Marriage Visitor Visa. If you qualify, you must get married or register your Civil Partnership within six months of arriving in the UK. Unless it is in relation to your own overseas profession (for example, attending a meeting), you cannot work. You are also not permitted to undertake a course of study.
To be eligible for a Marriage Visitor Visa you must show:
You are in a genuine relationship and plan to marry within six months of arriving in the UK.
You will leave the UK at the end of your visit.
You can support yourself financially whilst you are in the country.
You can pay for your onward journey.
You are 18 years or over
You are legally free to marry or register a Civil Partnership.
Getting married or registering a Civil Partnership is one of the most important milestones of your life. Our Immigration Law Solicitors will take the worry of securing a visa off your shoulders so you can concentrate on your wedding plans.
S2 Healthcare Visitor Visa
If you have been authorised to receive planned healthcare treatment in the UK under the EU/EEA S2 arrangement or are accompanying someone who has been authorised in order to provide care and support, you can enter and remain the UK on a S2 Healthcare Visa.
As the UK is no longer part of the EU/EEA, you must have requested authorisation to receive planned healthcare treatment under the S2 arrangement by 31 December 2020
Permitted Paid Engagement
Experts in their profession who have been invited to the UK by a British based client or company can apply for a Permitted Paid Engagement Visa which will allow them to enter and remain in the country for one month.
Examples of situations where a person may need a Paid Permitted Engagement Visa includes:
A Solicitor representing a UK client.
A creative or sportsperson who is an expert in their field.
To give a lecture or a series of lectures.
To deliver training.
You will need to include a formal letter of invitation by the client or organisation who has invited you to the UK in your application as well as meet all other eligibility requirements.
In some cases, you will need a Transit Visa to pass through the UK on your way to another country. This is not required if you have an EU Family Permit, a Standard Visitor Visa, a Marriage Visitor Visa, or a Home Office travel document.
The type of Transit Visa you will need depends on whether you are required to go through UK Border control.
For further information speak to us on 01772 447000 or reach out to us on our 7 day a week WhatsApp helpline07869760533.