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AR UK Visa, specialist UK immigration lawyers provide specialist, affordable, honest and efficient UK Immigration law advice, services and legal representations to our local, national and international clients. Our team of expert UK Immigration advisers will assist with your immigration matters in the UK. AR UK Visa is accredited at the highest Level 3, by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioners (OISC). We accept instructions from all parts of the UK and any country in the world. Our services include business sponsor licence, education sponsor licence, work visa, post-study work visa, family, spouse, partner, adult dependent relative visa, settlement visa, student visa, visit visa, UK ancestry applications, EEA and EUSS, British Citizenship applications, human rights applications, appeals, detention and bail applications.

AR UK Visa lawyers are a niche boutique practice providing personal, be-spoke UK immigration law services to meet specific needs of our business and individual clients. Every client is important to us and each client is looked after personally by a designated caseworker, as we understand how emotional and stressful immigration process can be for the applicants. Every application is unique, so we ensure to provide be-spoke service to suit our client's individual needs. Our fee structure is competitive, fair, and reflects the amount of work involved in an application. You are most welcome to contact us either through our contact form or via email at office@arukvisa.co.uk or by calling us on 01202925737 or on mobile 07548856403 and we will be happy to assist in your immigration journey to the UK.

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Partner, Spouse, Civil Partner UK Visa

You can apply for spouse, Partner, Civil Partner visa on a 5 or 10 year route, (depending on your circumstances) as a spouse, partner, civil partner, if you meet all the spouse, partner, civil partner visa requirements.

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Fiancé visa – Entry Clearance Application

You can apply for fiancé visa UK if you are engaged to be married to a British Citizen or settled person and want to get married in the UK.

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Proposed Civil Partner Visa

You can apply for proposed civil partner visa as a proposed civil partner of a British Citizen or settled person to register your civil partnership in the UK.

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Unmarried Partner Visa

Unmarried partner visa is for a partner of a UK sponsor who has been living together with the UK partner for at least 2 years in a relationship akin to marriage.

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Adult Dependent Relative Visa or ILR

The adult dependent relative (ADR) visa route is for relatives and family members in particular parents of British Citizens and settled persons who are in need of long term personal care.

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Indefinite Leave to Remain as a Victim of Domestic Violence

You can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) as a victim of domestic violence if you are on spouse - partner visa and your relationship with your British Citizen - settled spouse has broken down irretrievably as a result of incidents of domestic violence.

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Indefinite Leave to Remain as a Bereaved Partner

You can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) as a bereaved partner if your British Citizen - Settled partner dies whilst you are in the UK on spouse / partner visa.

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Parent of a British Citizen child in the UK

You can apply for parent of British child visa if you meet all the requirements of Appendix FM to the Immigration Rules.

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Children of British Citizen - Settled parents in the UK

The children of British Citizens - Settled persons can apply for UK visa or leave to remain to stay with their parent(s) in the UK.

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Adopted Children of British Citizen - Settled parents

A child who satisfies the criteria of legal adoption or de facto adoption can apply to join their British or Settled adoptive parents in the UK.

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EU Settlement Scheme - EUSS

The EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) provides a basis, consistent with the Withdrawal Agreement with the European Union reached on 17 October 2019 and with the citizens’ rights agreements

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EUSS Family Permit UK

You may be able to get a family permit to come to the UK if you are the family member of an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, or a ‘person of Northern Ireland.

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Student Immigration


Post-study Work Visa - Graduate visa

A Graduate visa gives you permission to stay in the UK for at least 2 years after successfully completing a course in the UK. You must be in the UK when you apply.

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Entry Clearance For UK Student Visa

You can apply for Student Visa entry clearance from abroad if you are aged 16 or over and want to come to the UK to study at a licensed education provider.

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Switching Into Student Visa UK

You can apply to switch into student visa from inside the UK if you are already in the UK and you are eligible to switch into student visa.

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Extension of UK Student Visa

You can apply to extend - renew your student visa from inside the UK if you are already in the UK on a student visa.

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Entry Clearance For Child Student Visa UK

If your child is between 4 and 17 years of age, and you want them to study at an independent school in the UK, your child may be eligible for a UK Child Student visa. This visa has replaced the Tier 4 (General) student visa.

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Switching Into Child Student Visa UK

You can apply to switch to child student visa if your child is aged between 4 and 17 in the UK and wish to study in the UK at an independent school.

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Extension Of Child Student Visa UK

You can apply for extension of child student visa if you are a child aged between 4 and 17 in the UK and wish to study further at a licensed independent school in the UK.

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Entry Clearance For Student Dependent Visa UK

You can apply for entry clearance for student dependent visa as a dependent of a student studying at postgraduate level, or on a government sponsored scheme.

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Switching Into Student Dependent Visa UK

You can switch into student dependent visa from inside the UK if you are already in the UK and meet the switching requirements as set out in the UK immigration law Rules.

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Extension Of Student Dependent Visa UK

You can apply for extension of student dependent visa from inside the UK if the main applicant is also applying for student dependent visa at the same time.

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Student Admissions at UK School College and University

We will be happy to assist with your admissions into UK's prestigious Universities, colleges, or schools. we can assist in the admission process for you or your children, UK immigration and all other practical matters.

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Students: if your education provider loses their sponsor licence

You will need to find a new course with a different education provider if your sponsor loses their licence. Your new education provider will need to sponsor you.

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Administrative Review (AR) Of Student Visa Refusal

You can apply for an Administrative Review of your student visa refusal if your application as a student is refused by the Home Office UKVI.

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British Citizenship: Naturalisation


Naturalisation as a British Citizen

You can either apply to naturalise as a British citizen or register as a British citizen, depending on various factors.

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Naturalisation - apply for Naturalisation as Spouse of a British Citizen

Naturalisation - apply for Naturalisation as Spouse of a British Citizen - you can apply for your British Citizenship immediately after your grant of Indefinite Leave to Remain (12 months waiting time is not required).

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Naturalisation As a Member of HM Forces

You can apply for naturalisation as a British Citizen if you are a member or ex-member of British Armed Forces.

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Naturalisation On the Basis of Crown Service

You can apply to naturalise as a British citizen if you are in Crown service of the UK Government and serving outside the UK on the date of application.

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British Citzenship: Registration


Registering Child as a British Citizen

You can apply for registration of a child under the age of 18 as a British citizen. A person born in the UK on or after 1 January 1983 to non-British or non-settled parents can apply to be registered as a British citizen once one of their parents has become British or settled in the UK. In order to meet the criteria, an application would have to be made when the person is less than 18 years old.

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Registering a Child Born in The UK After 10 Years Residence

A child can apply for registration as a British citizen if the child was born in the UK after 1 January 1983 and have lived in the UK for the first 10 years of his life.

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Registering BNO as a British Citizen

You may be able to apply to register as a British citizen if you are a BNO.

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Register a BNO as a British Citizen Under British Nationality (Hong Kong Act) 1997

You may apply for registration as a British Citizen under the British Nationality (Hong Kong) Act 1997 if you are a British National Overseas (BNO).

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Long Residence Application


Long Residence Applications

You can apply for further leave to remain or Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) on the basis of long residence in the UK. The requirements for applications on the basis of long residence are set out in part 7 of the Immigration Rules. All long residence applications are treated as human rights claims by the Home Office UKVI and a refusal of a long residence application normally triggers an in-country right of appeal unless the human rights claim is certified by the Home Office UKVI as manifestly unfounded.

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ILR - 10 Years Long Residence

You can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) on the basis of 10 years long residence after you have lived in the UK continuously and lawfully for 10 years. The applicant for ILR 10 years long residence is required to meet the eligibility criteria as set out in paragraph 276B of the Immigration Rules. For the purposes of ILR under 10 years long residence category, the residence in the UK must be both continuous and lawful.

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Further Leave To Remain - 10 Years Long Residence

You can apply for further leave to remain for 2 years if you have completed 10 years in the UK continuously and lawfully. Normally, you need to apply for further leave to remain for 2 years if you are unable to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain on the basis of 10 years long residence due to non-custodial criminal conviction which is less than 24 months old or due to your inability to pass the English Test or Life in the UK test.

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20 Years Long Residence Application

The 20 years long residence applications are made on the basis of private life in the UK by virtue of paragraph 276ADE of the Immigration Rules. A person who has spent 20 years continuous residence in the UK whether can apply for limited leave to remain for 30 months under paragraph 276ADE of the Immigration Rules.

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Initial Application - 20 Years Long Residence

You can apply for initial leave to remain on the basis of 20 years long residence if you have lived in the UK continuously for 20 years whether legally or illegally. An application on the basis of 20 years long residence is considered under paragraph 276ADE of the Immigration Rules. If the application is successful, the applicant is granted leave to remain for 30 months under 10 years route to settlement.

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Extension Of Stay - 20 Years Long Residence

You can apply for renewal of leave to remain which was previously granted for 30 months on the basis of 20 years long residence before your leave expires. You can apply for extension of your leave 28 days before the expiry of your leave.

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ILR - 20 Years Long Residence

You can apply for ILR upon completion of 10 years in the UK with leave to remain granted on the basis of 20 years long residence. The 20 years long residence category is 10 years route to settlement and therefore an application for ILR can only be made once a person has spent 10 years in the UK continuously with leave to remain on the basis of 20 years long residence.

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Human Rights Applications and Appeal


Human Rights Application

In certain circumstances, you may be able to apply for leave to remain in the United Kingdom on the basis that to require you to leave would breach your human rights.

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Protection and Asylum Claim

If you are at risk of persecution in your country, and are unable to return because of risk of persecution, you may be recognised as a refugee and be given permission to remain in the UK. If this applies to you, you should claim asylum.

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Private Life Application

Since 9 July 2012, the Immigration Rules have contained a new framework for considering applications and claims engaging Article 8 of the ECHR (the right to respect for private and family life).

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Immigration Bail Application

We can apply for your immigration bail if the Home Office is holding you on immigration matters. This means you might be released from detention but you will have to obey at least one condition imposed by the Home Office.

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Immigration Appeal, Administrative Review, Pre-action Protocol, Judicial Review

We can appeal to the courts if the Home Office has decided to refuse your protection claim, ‘asylum claim’ or ‘humanitarian protection. Challenging Home Office Refusal Decisions – Appeal – Admin Review - JR

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UK Employer Sponsorship Licence


Sponsor Licence - UK Immigration & Management Applications

A UK employer who wishes to sponsor a migrant worker for work visa must have a sponsor licence issued by the Home Office UKVI.

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Work, Business, Health and Care Visa


UK Workers and Businesspersons Visas

UK Worker and Businesspersons visa is for foreign nationals who have been offered a skilled worker job by a UK employer – holding Skilled Worker licensed sponsor.

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Investor, Global Talent Visas


Investor, Business Development and Talent Visas

These types of visas are for highly skilled applicants who wish to invest in the UK and entrepreneurs who are highly skilled in their field of expertise. Most of these work visas lead to Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) - settlement in the UK.

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Short Term Work Visas


Short Term Temporary Work Visas

The short-term temporary work visas are granted for a limited duration and specific work and does not lead to Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) – settlement in the UK. It is possible to switch from most of the temporary short-term work visas to long term work visas from inside the UK.

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BNO Hong Kong Visa


BNO - Hong Kong Visa

BNO - Hong Kong Visa lead to Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK after completion of 5 years residence in the UK.

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UK Ancestry Visa


UK Ancestry Visa

Ancestry visa leads to Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK after completion of 5 years residence in the UK.

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Other Work Visas


Overseas Media Representative & Turkish ECAA Worker Visa UK

All these visas lead to Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK after completion of 5 years residence in the UK under the relevant work visa.

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Domestic Worker Visa UK

The Domestic Worker visa route allows entry for domestic workers currently employed by a person overseas to accompany their employer into the UK.

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AR UK Visa is regulated by the UK regulatory body, the OISC (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner) at the highest Level 3. The OISC has a statutory duty on behalf of the UK government to ensure that all immigration advisers are fit and competent, and observe fair and sound principles. Our OISC registration number is F201900107.
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UK Immigration Law


“Scale-up” visa This will be for migrants “with a high skilled job offer from a qualifying “scale-up” at the required salary level”.

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“High Potential” visa - No job offer required “High potential individuals” will be able to come to the UK to work without a job offer. This is a new announcement by the UK government. This is part of the UK Innovation Strategy published on 22 July 2021.

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Get a faster decision on your settlement application. You can apply for a faster decision on certain visa applications or applications to settle in the UK. These tables list the eligible applications and whether you can pay to get a faster decision: - within 5 working days or by the end of the next working day

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Get a faster decision on your visa application. You can apply for a faster decision on certain visa applications or applications to settle in the UK. These tables list the eligible applications and whether you can pay to get a faster decision: - within 5 working days or by the end of the next working day

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All visas short of indefinite leave to remain are temporary in nature and require the person to leave the UK upon expiry, so there is nothing especially precarious about a visit visa;

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Upper Tribunal Decisions, are mainly unreported. Here you can find summary of the latest Upper Tribunal Immigration Appeal Chambers Decisions.

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Whilst an application for an EEA family permit was successful following an allowed appeal, the EEA family permit route ended on 30 June 2021. Any EEA family permit, regardless of the date it was issued, is not valid for travel to the UK after 30 June 2021.

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The Supreme Court unanimously dismisses the appeal and confirmed that the Upper Tribunal correctly approached the balancing exercise required by Article 8. It was entitled to conclude that the interference with the appellant’s private and family life was outweighed by the public interest in the prevention of crime.

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