These case studies highlight some of the most common UK visa queries through composite stories of how we have helped clients in the past. They cover some of the different options for living, working and studying in the UK under the UK immigration rules. If these stories speak to you, we would welcome the chance to hear yours.
David was a student and UK citizen, he wanted to bring Lauren, his fiancée at the time, to the UK. He ran into trouble proving the Minimum Required Income that most UK visas now require. We’ve written about this process in another article. David used a university stipend to prove minimum income, but he hadn't started his course yet... read more.
Employment history bumps and a UK fiancé visa application
Tom and his fiancé, who is a UK citizen, were expecting a child. Naturally they wanted to be together for the birth. They had very little time to pull the application together, the lead time for this kind of visa was around three months at the time they applied. Tom is from South Africa originally, and was not in employment. They came to WalkthruVisa after they had completed an application but had run into difficulties with the category of financial requirements for the application. ...read more.
Planning ahead for a UK spouse visa
Gabriela and Andrew had been together for a few years, enjoying a long-distance romance. They decided that in the near future they wanted to settle together in the UK. They contacted us for an initial consultation over video chat and we outlined the visa application process they would need to follow. Gabriela was about to start studying in the UK and Andrew had just started working for himself. ... read more.
Hiring from a global talent pool with a UK visa Sponsorship license
Walkthruvisa has helped many organisations who want to sponsor individuals to come to the UK to work. Looking outside the country for talent can give your company an advantage in a competitive labor pool. Although not straightforward, the process of obtaining a license to issue Tier 2, Tier 4 and Tier 5 visas for foreign workers to live and work in the UK can be accomplished and is under utilised in the UK as a source of qualified labor. ...read more. -
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