Immigration Guides

🤔 Confused about immigration? Can’t tell your residence card from your right to remain? Don’t worry – our Immigration Guides can help.

We provide accurate and easy-to-follow information about everything from a Skilled Worker visa application to a complete guide to the points-based system. Home Office guidance can be incredibly complex and changes are announced frequently. This page can keep you up to date with the information you need all in one place. While not a substitution for legal advice, they are a resource available to everyone.

uk visa application process

A Guide to the UK Visa Application Process

If you want to apply for a UK visa, you may be wondering what the application process looks like. Well, look no further. In this quick guide, we explain the steps you will need to go through when applying for a UK visa/immigration permission. Do I...

EU Settlement Scheme guide

The EU Settlement Scheme Guide

Brexit has created many changes for EU citizens looking to make the UK their home, but if you were already living in the UK before the 1st January 2021 then you could be eligible for the EU settlement scheme. The deadline for applications for the EU...

What are the Changes to the UK Student Visa?

In 2020 the immigration system in the UK was given its biggest shake-up in many years. This included changes around the UK Student Visa in October, formerly known as the Tier 4 (General) Student Visa. You may be asking yourself what has changed for...

Genuine Relationship Requirement

Preparing for the asylum interview

Preparing for your asylum interview is one of the most important parts of the asylum process. Being well prepared could be the difference between your asylum claim being accepted or rejected. If you fear prosecution in your home country then you can...

uk work visas for us citizens

UK Work Visas for US citizens

Every year, an increasing number of American citizens are drawn to the UK to start a new life abroad. If you are a US citizen considering to move to the UK to work, study, or settle with your family, you should first understand the British...