There are short-term administrative changes in the UK, with visa applications submitted using online visa application system between 25th and 29th May subject to possible delays, caused by the installation of a new IT system. The long-term aim of the new system is to improve the quality of service and speed of application processing, but for those fiancée, partner and spouse visa applications made during the installation period, delays may exceed the processing targets advertised.
Dear Clients and Friends: Currently, countries all across the globe have been forced to deal with the realities and fears associated with the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). We have great sympathy for all affected by this virus and we are …March 23, 2020 read more
The Home Office made a crucial decision in October 2018 to increase the NHS immigration surcharge that is paid by temporary migrants who reside within the UK for longer than six months. This increase is coming into effect this year, …January 3, 2019 read more
The Home Office had put in place some procedural changes that will have a significant impact on all FLR and ILR applicants in the UK. The changes will affect a broad range of applications including family categories under the 5 …November 5, 2018 read more
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