Overseas visa nationals can apply for a Visitor visa to visit the UK for the purposes of tourism, business, medical treatment, marriage, transit and permitted paid engagements.
Applicants must apply from outside of the UK. Applicants cannot switch from the UK from a Visitor visa to another type of visa.
Applicants usually get a decision within 3 weeks. Priority service maybe available depending on where the applicant is applying from.
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We have experience of preparing successful Visitor visa applications on behalf of our clients. We pride ourselves on the presentation of our applications to the Home Office. You can be assured that your application process will be managed in a professional and organised manner.
We will be with you every step of the way.
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