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Welcome to UK Visa Partner Ltd

We take pride in our professionalism, honesty, and integrity. UK Visa Partners are a leading Immigration Law Firm in the UK. We have been awarded the certification number F200700047 by the OISC since 2007. Not only do we specialise in immigration law, we also care about your immigration application. We enforce a strict code of conduct amongst ourselves to ensure our clients receive the highest standard of service.

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Work Visas

Includes Tier 1 (Investor) visa, Tier 2 (General) visa etc

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Study Visa

If you are from outside the EU and you want to study in the UK

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EU, EEA, UK Family

It includes EEA Family Permit and UK Family Permit

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Short Stay Visas

Visitors from outside the EEA who are visa nationals

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Sponsoring Workers

Includes Sponsor License for Employers, License rating etc

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Settlement & Citizenship

Includes Settlement, British Citizenship by Naturalisation, etc

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Latest News

Is it difficult to apply for permanent residence in the UK as an EU citizen?

On May 14, the Home Office launched a new statement of changes to the Immigration Rules including the EU Settlement Scheme. The EU Settlement Scheme is still open for EU nationals and their family members to register their right to…

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What has changed on the Representatives of overseas businesses visa after new Immigration Rules launched on 14th May 2020?

On May 14, the Home Office launched a new statement of changes to the Immigration Rules including Representatives of overseas businesses visa. What has changed? Let’s take a look. The updated policy emphasizes active and trading, and requires UK subsidiaries…

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme guidance for employers

The government has extended the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme until the end of October 2020. On 12 May 2020, the government announced that its furlough scheme would be extended until the end of October 2020. The scheme will continue in…

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