Welcome to UK Visa Works

UK Visa Works is a UK based company and regulated by  Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC). We provide specialist immigration advice services. We have a team of very experienced UK Immigration advisers; and take pride in providing professional immigration advice to businesses as well as individuals successfully.

We offer free impartial advice to UK employers that either already employ foreign staff or are considering; but are not sure of the necessary checks that are required.

We specialise in all points based as well as non points based UK visa applications such as:

  • Tier 1 visa applications
  • Tier 2 (General) visa applications
  • Tier 4 (Student) visa applications
  • Settlement visa applications
  • Visa applications for dependants of the above
  • Spouse visa applications
  • Visit Visa applications


UK Points Based System

The points-based system (PBS) was introduced by UK government in 2008 for managing migration for those wishing to enter the UK for work or study. It applies to nationals of all countries that are outside the EEA and has five tiers:

  • Tier 1 UK visa for highly skilled individuals to contribute to growth and productivity.
  • Tier 2 UK visa for skilled workers with a job offer to fill gaps in the UK labour force.
  • Tier 3 UK visa for limited numbers of low skilled workers needed to fill specific temporary labour shortages. (Currently suspended indefinitely by the UK Border Agency.)
  • Tier 4 UK visa for students.
  • Tier 5 UK visa for youth mobility and temporary workers: people allowed to work in the UK for a limited period of time to satisfy primarily non-economic objectives.
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4 April 2017

UKVI has announced its proposed fee changes to come into effect on 6 April 2017; with settlement and indefinite leave to remain application fees to rise by as high as 22.5%. This means an £422 increase for a Settlement/ILR application which will stand at £2297 compared to current fee of £1875.

Spouse visa application fees also rise by the same percentage as above and will increase by £269 to £1...

13 December 2016

Latest immigration rules implemented from the 24th Nov, 2016 will require resident labour market test  (RLMT) to be carried out before a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) is issued to any migrant Nurses using Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code 2231.

The SOC code 2231 Nurses is still on the shortage occupation list (SOL) and therefore any request for Unrestricted CoS is going to be g...

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