Successful application for entry clearance as a spouse of a British citizen

Background Our client,Mr K,initially came to the UK as a student. While in the UK he submitted an extension application as a Student.  The extension application was refused, and he eventually became an overstayer in the UK. A few years later, he met his current wife, and they got married. He was advised by his…

Successful entry clearance application as a Skilled Worker

Background The client, Mr A, is an Iranian national residing in the UK as a Tier 4 Student. He received an offer of employment as an Architect with a UK based company; however, the company did not have a valid sponsor licence and his leave expired whilst the sponsor licence application was being processed. Despite…

Successful application for an extension as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) migrant and PBS Dependant partner

Mr A was a previous client of ours, whom we have helped at the time of his Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Entry Clearance.  Time passed by, and Mr A approached us for help to extend his leave to remain as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur). If at the time of his initial application things were quite smoothly,…

Sponsor Licence Renewal

We were introduced to Mr. J by one of our previous clients regarding sponsor licence renewals. Four years ago, Mr. J had successfully obtained a Sponsor Licence under the Tier 2 Visa Route. However, he had a vivid idea that renewals attract greater Home Office attention than the initial licence application. A refused licence could…

sponsor licence suspension

Company A with over 500 employees serving across the United Kingdom has received formal notification from UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI). It has informed that the company’s sponsorship licence is at risk of revocation.  The company was established over 15 years ago and had hired five employees from Non-EEA nations under Tier 2 (General) Work…

Restricted Certificate of Sponsorship

Company A is an esteemed company in the IT industry. A few months ago, the company wanted to employ 3 skilled employees from Non-EEA nations.  However, the employer was frustrated with the complex rules for assigning a Restricted Certificate of Sponsorship (RCoS). The employer had the vivid idea of being subjected to Home Office Enforcement…

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