UK Visas and Immigration Applications
Applying for your visa for the UK is the most important process you will undertake in order to enter or remain in the UK. PK Immigration Lawyers will assist you throughout your UK visa application to ensure that everything is in order. Our immigration lawyers can give you immigration advice throughout your case, no matter how trivial.
To apply for your visas for the UK under the Points Based System (PBS), you will need to fit into one of the Home Office's Tiers. Most immigration categories are covered by the Points Based System (PBS) and our immigration solicitors will assess your case individually and advise the best tier to apply for.
The Home Office has divided visa applications into 5 tiers. Please click on each tier for more information about how PK Immigration's lawyers can assist you in your UK visa application.
- Entrepeneurs Visa – for individuals looking to set up or take over a business
- Investors Visa – for wealthy individuals who will invest large sums of money
- Skilled worker visas. This replaces the Work Permit entry route to the UK.
- Student Visas – applications relating to all aspects of studying in the UK
- Temporary Workers and Youth Mobility Visas will replace a range of youth mobility schemes such as the Working Holiday Maker Scheme and the Au Pair Programme with a single visa system.
Some UK visas fall outside the Points Based System including:
Ancestry Visa - for Commonwealth citizens who have a grandparent born in the UK
Tourist Visa - covers a visit to the UK for up to 6 months, including business trips and medical treatment
EEA Visas - for nationals of the EEA or Switzerland who can support themselves in the UK
We also assist with
- Family/Dependant Applications – we are experts in bringing family members and dependants to join you in the UK. Whether you are applying for a marriage, spouse or fiancé visa or want to bring parents, grandparents or other extended family to the UK, PK Immigration Lawyers will assist you throughout your visa application.
- Asylum and Refugees – any applications or appeals relating to asylum applications
- Applications to the Home Office – for people who are illegally in the UK who face removal or deportation.
- Appeals – if your case is refused we can apply to the Home Office to appeal. If your case goes to court we also provide full representation in court.