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When you’re applying for a UK visa it’s natural to have questions at the start

You might be unsure which type of visa is best for you

After all, there are more than 50 types of UK visa and you may have several different visa routes you can use, such as deciding which UK Tier 2 work visa is best for you or how to qualify for settlement in the UK

Then there are new visa routes popping up all the time.

Maybe you’re a healthcare professional and you want to find out more about the UK Tier 2 Health and Care vis

Perhaps you hold a Hong Kong British National (Overseas) passport and are interested in the new BN(O) visa

Or you might be looking at the UK’s new Points-based System for skilled workers and want to know if you qualify

There can be many reasons why you have questions about visa applications before you even start preparing your visa application

Umang,  Carolina and Sofia were three people in this very situation.

"Do I have to leave the country to apply for my new UK visa?"

On the Help with my visa! Podcast, Umang talks us through how he had moved to the UK on a Dependent of a Tier 2 Intra-company Transfer visa when he started an MBA programme.

This meant he had to change to a Tier 4 Student visa

But he didn’t know if he needed to leave the country to make the application

Travelling back to India, his home country, would be hugely expensive and would mean he had to miss weeks of his MBA course

But applying in the UK by mistake could risk a visa refusal… and then what

Umang had tried to find out where he needed to apply for his Tier 4 Student visa by asking friends, but no-one had the same experience as him and their feedback was often contradictory

Some said he can apply in the UK… others said he had to go back to India… many suggested he just do what’s easiest and hope for the best

And forums on Facebook, Reddit and Quora weren’t much help either

If it wasn’t a completely unknown commenter giving their ‘expert opinion’, it was organisations of questionable reputation aggressively pushing sales

But when the cost of Umang’s decision was literally thousands of pounds – not to mention potentially lost time on an expensive MBA programme if there was an issue – it wasn’t a decision he could take lightly.

"If I can work from home anywhere in the world, can I do it in my home country?"

Meanwhile Carolina had a different sort of question.

As a Tier 2 General Worker visa holder, she was living and working in the UK when COVID-19 struck.

Her company immediately moved to full working from home and didn’t plan to ask its employees back to the office anytime soon.

This got Carolina thinking… as she can work from home anywhere in the world, instead of being locked down in a London apartment, could she temporarily go back to Brazil to be nearer her family

The timing would also give her the perfect opportunity to skip the miserable British winter weather

But what about her visa?

Would she be allowed back in the UK after leaving

And how long could she stay away while still keeping to the terms of her visa?

"This is my Indefinite Leave to Remain application and I can't mess it up"

Sofia was no stranger to the UK visa application process, having gone through it many times with her family over the years. 

But this time it was different.

She had qualified to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain and this would be her last UK visa application.

But with a family in tow and having just started her Dream Job in the UK, she couldn’t bear the thought of messing up her Indefinite Leave to Remain application.

Lots of questions... no clear answers

Umang had tried to find out where he needed to apply for his Tier 4 Student visa by asking friends, but no-one had the same experience as him and their feedback was often contradictory.

Some said he can apply in the UK… others said he had to go back to India… many suggested he just do what’s easiest and hope for the best

And forums on Facebook, Reddit and Quora weren’t much help either

If it wasn’t a completely unknown commenter giving their ‘expert opinion’, it was organisations of questionable reputation aggressively pushing sales

But when the cost of Umang’s decision was literally thousands of pounds – not to mention potentially lost time on an expensive MBA programme if there was an issue – it wasn’t a decision he could take lightly

Carolina had also tried asking around and could’ve just left for Brazil

And if she was challenged about her absence when returning to the UK, she could’ve pleaded with immigration control to let her back in

But as she was well on her way to qualifying for Indefinite Leave to Remain (aka settlement or permanent residency) she didn’t want a black mark against her name when it came to making this important application.

Meanwhile, Sofia was looking for something else – the reassurance and peace of mind that her Indefinite Leave to Remain application was 100% correct.

The thought of making a mistake after so much time and money spent on UK visa applications was something she simply couldn’t tolerate.

A simple solution that offers 100% confidence

Umang, Carolina ad Sofia found the answers they needed by using a simple and cost-effective service

It only took a few minutes and they had 100% confidence the advice they received was correct

What’s more, they also had it in writing from a recognised professional in case they ever needed to refer back to the advice they’d been given

If you have similar burning questions about your UK visa application you can book a UK visa consultation through Help with my visa! to get a definitive answer

On a UK visa consultation call you’ll speak with a qualified immigration advisor who can answer all your visa-related questions. And you can book a no obligation call through Help with my visa! in just 3 minutes.

UK visa consultations are available 7-days per week and there are also same-day appointments if you need an answer fast.

UK visa consultation calls last up to 1-hour and by the end you’ll know exactly how to proceed with your UK visa application.

And as we’ve already vetted the immigration advisors who sell through Help with my visa! you can be assured that they’re qualified to provide this service, are financially stable and offer an excellent level of customer service.

This is what’ll happen when you book a UK visa consultation call through Help with my visa:

> Choose an immigration adviser who offer a visa consultation service that suits your timing, price, language and location needs

> Select a date and time for a UK visa consultation call

> Make a secure payment for the UK visa consultation service using either PayPal or a credit/ debit card

> You’ll immediately receive a booking confirmation and full tax-compliant receipt

> Your immigration adviser will email you with instructions for your UK visa consultation call

> You attend the UK visa consultation call and by the end have all your visa-related questions properly answered

Click ‘GET STARTED’ below to find the right immigration adviser for your UK visa consultation and book an appointment with them in just 3 minutes on Help with my visa!

How much does a UK visa consultation cost?

Most people look at visas – especially UK visas – and see the eye-watering cost.

They’re among the most expensive visas in the world.

So it’s only natural to want to save money on the rest of the visa application process if you can.

Especially if you’re applying with other family members.

But this is a false economy.

Think about it.

If you make the wrong visa application you lose everything you’ve paid… and perhaps even more.

You certainly won’t get your visa fees back, or any fees you’ve paid for priority processing or attending a visa application centre.

If you decide to re-apply, you’ll need to pay all of these again.

Multiplied by how many people are applying with you.

That’s potentially thousands of pounds wasted because you didn’t make the right UK visa application.

And a visa refusal – or applying for the ‘wrong’ type of visa – could ruin your chances of applying for settlement in the future.

So when I say we can offer you a UK visa consultation with an immigration professional for as little as £25 + any applicable taxes, it puts things into perspective.

It’s a small price to pay for such a valuable service.

Click ‘GET STARTED’ below to find the right UK visa consultation service for you.

No obligation service

The UK visa consultation service is also no obligation, meaning you don’t need to buy anything else from the immigration professional you speak with.

They may offer you the option to use them to prepare your entire visa application, but you don’t have to.

It’s entirely up to you.

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FAQ

You may have more questions at this stage, which is perfectly normal. Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive.

Immigration advice is a professional service provided by an immigration adviser or similar regulated person that tells you how to make a visa application based on your circumstances and your intended reasons for applying for a visa. 

Immigration advice typically covers advising you on what type of visa to apply for, what you need to do to meet eligibility criteria, preparing your visa application form, advising on what supporting documents you need to provide (and what they need to contain) and other administrative support completing and submitting your visa application.

Preparing a visa application can be challenging and extremely time-consuming. There can also be significant financial consequences and time delays if your visa application is incorrectly prepared and subsequently rejected.

Immigration advice ensures that your visa application is correctly prepared and that you know in advance how you meet the eligibility criteria for your application. 

Immigration advice is also extremely beneficial if you need to prepare your visa application quickly – or would prefer someone prepare it on your behalf – as your immigration adviser will do all the administrative tasks for you as part of the service.

It’s not mandatory for you to receive immigration advice, however immigration advice does offer you significant benefits, including:

  • Knowing that you’re applying in the correct visa category
  • Knowing how you meet the visa eligibility criteria
  • Knowing exactly which supporting documents you need to prepare (and what they need to contain)
  • Being able to make your visa application much quicker compared to preparing it by yourself
  • Being able to get answers to questions specific to your visa application
  • Getting help completing your visa application form and completing other administrative tasks, such as scanning and uploading supporting documents, booking an appointment at a visa application centre and following up with the government for any questions you may have
  • Getting advice on what to do next if your visa application is rejected

Trust is a massive issue in selecting an immigration adviser and there are three reasons to be confident in your choice of immigration adviser when using Help with my visa!:

  • Registration with the regulator: we check the regulator registrations of all companies and individuals providing immigration advice services through Help with my visa! and only list for sale services of immigration advisers who have passed this check.
  • Financial vetting: we perform a credit check on all immigration advisers applying to sell their services through Help with my visa! and only permit those who are financially stable to register.
  • Customer feedback: we’ve included customer feedback for each immigration adviser so you can see what others are saying about them.

We believe these reasons should give you a high degree of confidence that your chosen immigration adviser is trustworthy.

In the UK, immigration advice services are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) and other regulatory bodies such as the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). These regulators ensure that those individuals and companies providing immigration advice services are competent to do so, and they require immigration advisers to qualify and maintain this competency through examination. The regulators are also points of escalation for any complaints you may experience when using immigration advice services and act to safeguard visa applicants and the industry as a whole.

Help with my visa! is a digital marketplace for buying and selling immigration advice services. We help people beat the bureaucracy when applying for a visa by letting them book an appointment with a registered immigration adviser any time of the day or night.. and on any device.

If you scroll to the top of this page and follow the instructions you’ll have an appointment booked and paid for with this immigration adviser within three minutes. 

Now, you could contact them directly, calling during office hours, or emailing and waiting hours for a reply. You might get an appointment arranged after a couple of days of back-and-forth. 

Or you could get everything you need organised right now.

Yes, you can cancel your appointment up to 24 business hours before the day of your appointment without penalty, i.e. if your appointment is Tuesday at 13:00 we’ll need to receive your cancellation request by close of business Friday at the very latest. You can reschedule your appointment or request a refund if you no longer need it.

If you’re entitled to a refund, you can claim it by submitting a refund request online. We’ll process your refund within 14 calendar days, however depending upon your payment card operator it may take longer for the funds to appear in your account.

We’ll only refund money to the same card or account used to make the original payment.

Your immigration adviser will go through your circumstances and reasons for applying for a visa during your initial consultation. If you’ve bought the ‘wrong’ immigration advice service your immigration adviser will inform Help with my visa! and we’ll jointly arrange to collect the correct fees from you, whether that’s requesting additional fees so that you pay the correct amount or refunding you part of the fees you’ve already paid if you’ve paid too much.

If you all wish to receive immigration advice services then yes, you all need to buy the immigration advice service. 

You can add additional visa applicants to your appointment booking at the top of the page before selecting an appointment slot.

Some immigration advice services cost the same for every group member, however some immigration advice services have different costs depending upon your circumstances, e.g. dependent children under 18 years old may be charged a different price compared to an adult dependent.

If you don’t buy the correct number of immigration advice services through Help with my visa! your immigration adviser will inform you of the additional costs during your initial consultation and will only continue to provide the immigration advice service once any additional payments have cleared.

To avoid any delays, it’s therefore best to check you’ve included all members of your group on the booking you make through Help with my visa!

Unless you’ve bought the ‘wrong’ type of immigration advice service and actually need a service that’s more expensive or you haven’t included all members of your group in your booking, then no, an immigration adviser cannot charge you more after your initial consultation.

If your immigration adviser does try to increase your fees, please report this to Help with my visa! immediately. You may also consider making a complaint.

No, the fee you pay on Help with my visa! is the fee for the entire immigration advice service.

No, the fees you pay on Help with my visa! only cover your immigration advice fee and the Help with my visa! service fee. You’ll need to pay your visa fee and any other associated fees either to your immigration adviser following your initial consultation or directly yourself.

We’d love to be able to offer you a single payment option for all fees but unfortunately the fees you’ll pay are not always known at this point in time.

During the initial consultation with your immigration adviser, they’ll go through the additional fees payable with you. Other fees you may need to pay later include:

  • Your visa fee(s)
  • Fees for any expedited processing
  • Appointment-related fees charged by visa application centres
  • Any other third-party fees payable

Get your burning UK visa questions answered by a professional today

So if you’re thinking about your next UK visa application and have burning questions you need to answer, use Help with my visa! to book a UK visa consultation.

It couldn’t be simpler and will take you 3 minute to book an appointment with a vetted immigration professional.

Click ‘GET STARTED’ below and:

> Choose an immigration advisor who offer a UK visa consultation service that suits your timing, price, language and location needs

> Select a date and time for a UK visa consultation call

> Make a secure payment for the UK visa consultation service using either PayPal or a credit/ debit card (we use Strong Customer Authentication, SCA, so your payment is 100% safe)

> You’ll immediately receive a booking confirmation and full tax-compliant receipt

> Your immigration adviser will email you with instructions for your UK visa consultation call

> You attend the call and by the end have all your UK visa-related questions properly answered

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