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Overview

If the applicants come to the UK as a visitor, then they are normally allowed to stay for a maximum of 6 months. If the applicants want to stay here for longer than 6 months then they could check with our specialist consultants if they qualify for any other type of visa.

The applications are made through the VFS (Visa Facilitation Services) in person and need to submit the bio-metrics along with the original documents. Personal interviews are not mandatory, they are based on the visa officers. The key to a successful application is genuine intent to visit, accurate documentation & forms as per the UKBA guidelines.

Tourism and Visiting Friends:

If the applicants want to visit the UK as a tourist or to stay with friends in the UK, then they should apply as a general visitor (or as a child visitor if the applicant is under 18).

Can the applicant come to the UK as a general visitor?

To come to the UK as a general visitor, applicant must be able to show that:

  • The applicants are 18 years and above;
  • The applicants intend to visit the UK for no more than 6 months (or 12 months if applicants are accompanying an academic visitor);
  • The applicants intend to leave the UK at the end of their visit
  • The applicants have enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or taking help from public funds or applicants and any dependents will be supported & accommodated by relatives or friends;
  • The applicants should be able to meet the cost of the return or onward journey; and
  • The applicants are not in transit to any country outside the ‘Common Travel Area’ (Ireland, the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands).

Applicants must also be able to show that during their visit, they do not intend to:

  • Live in the UK for extended periods through frequent or successive visits;
  • Take paid or unpaid employment, produce goods or provide services, including the selling of goods or services directly to members of the public;
  • Do a course of study;
  • Marry or register a civil partnership or give notice of marriage or civil partnership;
  • Carry out the activities of a business visitor, a sports visitor or an entertainer visitor; or
  • Receive private medical treatment.

Can the applicant come to the UK as a Child visitor?

To come to the UK as a child visitor, applicant must be able to show that:

  • The applicants are under 18 years of age;
  • The applicants intend to visit the UK for not more than 6 months (or 12 months if the applicant will be accompanying an academic visitor);
  • The applicants intend to leave the UK at the end of their visit;
  • The applicants have enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or taking help from public funds or applicants will be supported and accommodated by relatives or friends;
  • Suitable arrangements have been made for their travel, their reception and care in the UK;
  • If a foster carer or relative (not a parent or guardian) is responsible for their care, the arrangements must meet the requirements set out in our guidance;
  • The applicants have a parent or guardian in their home country who is responsible for their care;
  •  The applicants can provide their address, their landline phone number & a confirmation that they consent to the arrangements for their travel, reception and care in the UK;
  • The applicants can meet the cost of the return or onward journey;
  • The applicants are not in transit to any country outside the ‘Common Travel Area’ (Ireland, the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands). See the Visitor in transit section if the applicants want to pass through the UK on their way to another country.

Applicants must be able to show that during their visit they do not intend to:

  • Live in the UK for extended periods through frequent or successive visits;
  • Take paid or unpaid employment, produce goods or provide services, including the selling of goods or services directly to members of the public;
  • Marry or register a civil partnership, or give notice of marriage or civil partnership; or
  • Receive private medical treatment. See the Visitor for private medical treatment section if the applicant wants to come to the UK for this reason.

Applicants can undertake a short course of study during their visit, if it is provided by an organization which is:

  • A licensed sponsor under Tier 4 of the point-based system; or
  • Accredited by an accreditation body which has been approved by the UK Border Agency (see below); or
  • Inspected by either the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Education in Scotland, Estyn, Northern Ireland’s Education and Training Inspectorate or the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI).

Visiting the Family

If an applicant wants to visit members of their family in the UK, they can apply to come here as a family visitor (or as a child visitor if applicants are under 18).

Can the applicants come to the UK as a family visitor?

To come to the UK as a family visitor, applicants must be able to show that the applicant will be visiting the following family members in the UK:

  • Spouse, civil partner, father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister;
  • Grandfather, grandmother, grandson or granddaughter;
  • Spouse or civil partner’s father, mother, brother or sister;
  • Son or daughter’s spouse or civil partner;
  • Stepfather, stepmother, stepson, stepdaughter, stepbrother or stepsister; or
  • A person has been living within a genuine and subsisting relationship, like marriage or civil partnership, for at least 2 years before the day applicant apply.

If the applicant wants to visit a family member who is not listed above, the applicants should come to the UK as a general visitor.

If a child is adopted under an adoption order that is as per the UK law, then we will treat the child as the natural child of the adoptive parents.

Additionally, the family member applicants who are visiting must:

  • Be British citizen;
  • Be settled in the UK;
  • Have been granted asylum in the UK; or
  • Have Humanitarian Protection status.

Applicant must be able to show that, during their visit, they do not intend to:

  • Live in the UK for extended periods through frequent or successive visits;
  • Take paid or unpaid employment, produce goods or provide services; including the selling of goods or services directly to members of the public;
  • Do a course of study;
  • Marry or register a civil partnership, or give notice of marriage or civil partnership;
  • Carry out the activities of a business visitor, a sports visitor or an entertainer visitor; or
  • Receive private medical treatment.

Applicants must also be able to show that:

  • Applicants are 18 years or over;
  • Applicants intend to visit the UK for not more than 6 months (or 12 months if the applicant will be accompanying an academic visitor);
  • Applicant intends to leave the UK at the end of their visit;
  • Applicants have enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or help from public funds, or applicant and any dependents will be supported and accommodated by relatives or friends;
  • Applicants can meet the cost of the return or onward journey
  • Applicants are not in transit to any country outside the ‘Common Travel Area’ (Ireland, the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands).

Visiting to do Business:

If the applicant wants to do business in the UK, they should apply as a business visitor to come here. This includes academic visitors and doctors undertaking clinical attachments or the PLAB test.

If the applicant wants to come to the UK as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur), and they need to spend time here first in order to hold discussions and secure funding, the applicants can apply for a visa as a prospective entrepreneur.

If the applicants want to come to the UK as a visitor to do short-term, fee-paid activity, they can apply for a visa as a permitted paid engagement visitor.

Can the applicant come to the UK as a business visitor?

To come to the UK as a business visitor, applicants must be able to show that:

  • Applicants are over 18 years of age;
  • Applicants intend to visit the UK for not more than 6 months (or 12 months if the applicant is an academic visitor), unless the applicant is a doctor taking the PLAB test (in which case the applicant can apply to extend their stay and undertake a clinical attachment if he/she passes the PLAB test);
  • Applicants intend to leave the UK at the end of their visit;
  • Applicants have enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or help from public funds, or applicants and any dependents will be supported and accommodated by relatives or friends;
  • Applicants are based abroad and do not intend to transfer their base in the UK, even temporarily;
  • Applicants receive their salary from abroad (although it is acceptable for the applicant to receive reasonable travel and subsistence expenses while they are in the UK);
  • Not be replacing someone in the UK, including for temporary leave periods;
  • Applicants can meet the cost of the return or onward journey; and
  • Applicants are not in transit to any country outside the ‘Common Travel Area’ (Ireland, the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands).

Applicants must also be able to show that, during their visit, they do not intend to:

  • Live in the UK for extended periods through frequent or successive visits;
  • Take paid or unpaid employment, produce goods or provide services, including the selling of goods or services directly to members of the public;
  • Do a course of study;
  • Marry or register a civil partnership, or give notice of marriage or civil partnership; or
  • Receive private medical treatment.

What business activities can a business visitor do?

The applicant may be able to come to the UK as a business visitor if they are one of the following:

Film crew

Applicant must be an actor, producer, director or technician who is on an on-location shoot only and employed or paid by an overseas company or program.

Representative of overseas news media

Applicants must be employed or paid by an overseas company and be gathering information for an overseas publication.

Academic visitor

Applicant must be:

  • On sabbatical leave from an overseas academic institution, and wanting to use their leave to carry out research in the UK (for example, to do research for a book); or
  • An academic (including a doctor) taking part in formal exchange arrangements with UK counterparts; or
  • An eminent senior doctor or dentist coming to take part in research, teaching or clinical practice.

(If applicants are on sabbatical leave from a private research company, the applicant cannot be an academic visitor. Instead, applicants should apply for a visa under Tier 2 or Tier 5 of the point-based system).

Additionally, applicants must not:

  • Receive funding for their work from any UK source (except payments of expenses or reasonable honoraria, and payments on an exchange basis); or
  • Engage in any work other than the academic activity for which applicants are being admitted; or
  • Fill a normal post or a genuine vacancy in the UK.

Visiting professor accompanying students on a study program abroad:

Applicant must be a professor or teacher from an overseas academic institution. While in the UK, applicants may undertake a small amount of teaching, limited to the institution hosting the students, applicants are supervising. However, applicant must be employed and paid by the overseas academic institution, and must not intend to base themselves or seek employment in the UK.

Religious worker

Applicants can come to the UK for a business visit (for example, to attend a conference) and undertake some preaching or pastoral work during their visit. They must be based abroad and must not intend to take up an office, post or appointment in the UK.

If the applicant wants to come to the UK to fill a vacancy as a religious worker for a recognized religion and will be undertaking preaching and pastoral work, they will need to apply for a visa under Tier 2 (Minister of religion) or Tier 5 (Temporary worker – religious worker) of the point-based system.

Adviser, consultant, trainer or trouble shooter

Applicants must be employed abroad by the company to which the client firm in the UK belongs, but this must not amount to employment in the UK firm. The applicant must not get into paid or unpaid employment for the UK firm’s clients.

Person undertaking specific, one-off training

The training must be:

  • Provided by their employer (or one of its UK branches); and
  • Delivered in techniques and work practices used in the UK, provided this is not on-the job training.

Seconded from an overseas company

The UK Company providing the secondment must have a contract to provide goods or services (but no corporate relationship) with their overseas employer, which must continue to employ and pay applicant. In some cases, applicants may need to apply for a visa under Tier 2 or Tier 5 of the point-based system.

The Doctor is undertaking a clinical attachment, or dentist undertaking a clinical observer post

Applicant must be a graduate from a genuine medical or dental school, and provide documentary evidence of a clinical attachment or dental observer post which will:

  • Involve only observation and not treatment of patients and will not be paid.

Doctors taking the Professional and Linguistic Assessment Board (PLAB) test

The applicant must:

  • Be a graduate from a genuine medical school;
  • Intend to take the PLAB test in the UK; and
  • Provide documentary evidence of a confirmed test date or of their eligibility to take the PLAB test.

Other business persons

Applicants can also apply to come to the UK as a business visitor if applicant intends to carry out any of the following “permitted activities” here:

  • Attending meetings (including interviews that have been arranged before applicants come to the UK) or conferences;
  • Arranging deals or negotiating or signing trade agreements or contracts;

  • Undertaking fact-finding missions;
  • Conducting site visits;
  • Delivering goods and passengers from abroad (as a lorry driver or coach driver, for example, provided applicants are genuinely working an international route);
  • Accompanying a tour group as a tour group courier, provided an applicant’s contract to a firm outside the UK, and the applicant intends to leave with that tour group;
  • Speaking at a ‘one-off’ conference where this is not run as a commercial concern;
  • Representing a foreign manufacturer by coming to service or repair its products within their initial period of guarantee;
  • Representing a foreign machine manufacturer by coming to erect and install machinery too heavy to be delivered in one piece, as part of the contract of purchase and supply;
  • Interpreting or translating for business visitors, provided applicants are employed by the overseas company and are coming solely to provide this service for the visiting company member;
  • Acting as a Montour (a worker such as a fitter or serviceperson) for up to 6 months to erect, dismantle, install, service, repair or advise on the development of foreign-made machinery;
  • Attending board meetings in the UK as a board-level director, provided the applicant is not employed by a UK company (although applicants may be paid a fee for attending the meeting); and
  • Representing a computer software company by coming to install, debug or enhance their products. Applicants may also come here as a business visitor to be briefed about a UK customer’s requirement – but if applicants use their expertise to make a detailed assessment of a potential customer’s requirements, we will regard this as consultancy work, for which applicants will need a visa under the point-based system.

Can applicants come to the UK as a visitor undertaking a permitted paid engagement?

The ‘visitor undertaking a permitted paid engagement’ category is for nationals of countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland. If applicants are an EEA or Swiss national, or a family member of an EEA or Swiss national, the European nationals section explains how the applicant can come to the UK.

To come to the UK as a visitor undertaking a permitted paid engagement, applicant must be able to show that:

  • Applicants are 18 years or over;
  • Applicants intend to visit the UK for not more than 1 month;
  • Applicants intend to leave the UK at the end of their visit;
  • Applicants have enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or seeking help from public funds, or applicant and any dependents will be supported and accommodated by relatives or friends;
  • Applicants can meet the cost of the return or onward journey;
  • Applicants are not in transit to any country outside the ‘common travel area’ (Ireland, the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands);
  • Applicants have a formal invitation to carry out a permitted paid engagement that has been arranged in advance;
  • The engagement relates to their expertise and/or qualifications and to their full-time occupation in their home country;

Applicants must also be able to show that, during their visit, they do not intend to:

  • Live in the UK for extended periods through frequent or successive visits;
  • Take paid or unpaid employment, produce goods or provide services, including the selling of goods or services directly to members of the public other than as permitted for by the permitted paid engagement;
  • Do a course of study;
  • Marry or register a civil partnership, or give notice of marriage or civil partnership; or
  • Receive private medical treatment.

Applicants may be able to come to the UK as a visitor undertaking a permitted paid engagement if their activity is listed below.

Applicants must provide a formal invitation to undertake the pre-arranged engagement, and show that the engagement relates to their:

  • Expertise and/or qualifications; and
  • Full-time occupation in their home country.

Visiting examiners and assessors

Applicant must be highly qualified in their own field of expertise, and invited by a UK higher education institution or UK-based arts or research organization to:

  • Examine students; and/or
  • Participate in or chair selection panels as part of that institution or organization’s quality assurance process.

Visiting lecturers

Applicants must be invited by a UK higher education institution or UK-based arts or research organization to give a lecture or series of lectures in their field of expertise. This must not be in a formal teaching role.

Overseas designated pilot examiners

Applicants must be invited by an approved training organization based in the UK to assess UK-based pilots to make sure they meet the national aviation regulatory requirements of other countries. The training organization for which applicants do these assessments must be regulated by the UK Civil Aviation Authority for that purpose.

Lawyers providing advocacy

Applicants must be a lawyer qualified in a particular area of law who has been invited by a client, based in the UK or another country to provide advocacy for legal proceedings in the UK. The proceedings may be a court hearing, arbitration or other form of alternative dispute resolution.

Arts, entertainment or sports professionals

Applicants must be invited by a UK-based arts or sports organization or broadcaster to carry out an activity related to their profession in the arts, entertainment or sports. This may include fashion models coming to the UK to undertake a specific engagement, providing they do not intend to base themselves in the UK long-term.

Can applicant come to the UK as a prospective entrepreneur?

To come to the UK as a prospective entrepreneur, their primary intention must be to secure funding so that applicant can join, set up or take over, and be actively involved in the running of a business in the UK.

Applicants must be able to show that 1 or more of the following organizations are supporting their application and are considering funding their proposed business:

  • 1 or more registered venture capitalist firm regulated by the Financial Services Authority;
  • 1 or more UK entrepreneurial seed funding competitions which are listed as ‘endorsed’ on the UK Trade & Investment website; or
  • 1 or more UK government departments.

The total amount of proposed funding must be at least £50,000.

Applicants must intend to carry out 1 of the following activities during their visit:

  • Attending meetings (which may be arranged when in the UK), including interviews that have been arranged before an applicant come to the UK, or conferences;
  • Attending trade fairs, provided this is restricted to promotional work and does not involve selling direct to members of the public, arranging deals, negotiating or signing trade agreements, contracts and the like undertaking fact-finding missions, conducting site visits, purchasing, checking details of or examining the goods;
  • Speaking at a ‘one-off’ conference which does not run as a commercial concern; and
  • Recruiting staff in relation to their proposed business activity.

However, during their visit, applicants must not:

  • Take paid or unpaid employment, produce goods or provide services, including the selling of goods or services directly to members of the public;
  • Do a course of study;
  • Marry or register a civil partnership, or give notice of marriage or civil partnership; or
  • Receive private medical treatment.

Applicants must also be able to show that:

  •  Applicants are 18 years or over;
  • Applicants intend to leave the UK at the end of their visit, unless by that time applicant have successfully applied to switch into Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) of the points-based system;
  • The applicant has enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or help from public funds, or applicant and any dependents will be supported and accommodated by relatives or friends;
  • Applicants can meet the cost of the return or onward journey; and
  • Applicants are not in transit to any country outside the ‘Common Travel Area’ (Ireland, the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands).

Applicants will be allowed to come to the UK as a prospective entrepreneur for a maximum of 6 months.

If applicants cannot meet the above requirements, applicants may be able to enter the UK as a business visitor. However, applicants will not be allowed to switch into Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) while applicants are in the UK.

Visiting to study

If the applicants want to study in the UK for up to 6 months (or up to 11 months if the applicant will be studying an English Language course) then the applicant cannot work while the he/she is here. The applicant can come here as a student visitor too (or as a child visitor if applicants are under 18 years of age).

If applicants intend to study in the UK under Tier 4 of the point-based system, but applicant have not completed the arrangements for their course of study, an applicant might be able to apply for a visa as a prospective student.

If applicants have a child under 12 years of age and will be studying in the UK under Tier 4 (Child) of the point-based system, applicants can apply to accompany them as a parent of a child at school.

Can applicant come to the UK as a student visitor?

To come to the UK as a student visitor, applicants must have been accepted on a course of study in the UK. The institution that provides the course must be:

  • Accredited by Accreditation UK or the Accreditation Body for Language Services (ABLS), which offer accreditation service for providers of English Language courses; or
  • Accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) or the Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC), which offer accreditation for a range of institutions and courses; or
  • Inspected or audited by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted), HM Inspectorate of Education (in Scotland), Estyn (in Wales), the Education and Training Inspectorate (in Northern Ireland) or the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI); or
  • An overseas higher education institution which offers only part of its program in the UK, holds its own national accreditation, and offers programs of an equivalent level to a UK degree; or
  • A licensed sponsor under Tier 4 of the point-based system.

Applicants must not intend to study at a maintained school.

Applicants must show that, during their visit, the applicant does not intend to:

  • Take paid or unpaid employment, produce goods or provide services, including the selling of goods or services directly to members of the public;
  • Marry or register a civil partnership, or give notice of marriage or civil partnership;
  • Carry out the activities of a business visitor, a sports visitor or an entertainer visitor; or
  • Receive private medical treatment.

Applicants must also be able to show that:

  • Applicants are 18 years or over;
  • Applicants intend to visit the UK for not more than 6 months (or 11 months if applicant will be undertaking an English Language course – see below);
  • Applicants intend to leave the UK at the end of their visit;
  • Applicants have enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or seeking help from public funds, or applicant and any dependents will be supported and accommodated by relatives or friends;
  • Applicants can meet the cost of the return or onward journey; and
  • Applicants are not in transit to a country outside the ‘Common Travel Area’ (Ireland, the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands).

Can applicant come to the UK as a prospective student?

The applicant can come to the UK as a prospective student if applicant intends to study in the UK under Tier 4 of the point-based system but the applicant has not completed all the arrangements for their course of study. For example, an applicant can come here as a prospective student if they have been provisionally accepted on a course, with final acceptance dependent on an interview.

Applicants should have a clear idea of the type and purpose of course that they want to study, and should already have been in touch with educational institutions in the UK. If applicants only have a vague intention to study for qualifications or to enter an unspecified university or other institution, they cannot come here as a prospective student.

Applicants must be able to show that they will start their course within 6 months of arrival in the UK. In some cases, applicants may be able to provide this evidence in a letter of acceptance or prospectus giving details of the course.

If applicants already have an unconditional offer of a place on a course, which they intend to accept, applicants should not come here as a prospective student – instead, they should apply to enter the UK under Tier 4.

Applicants must show that they intend to:

  •  Switch into Tier 4 of the point-based system to begin their course within 6 months of arriving in the UK, and then leave the UK at the end of their course;
  • Leave the UK when their permission to stay as a prospective student expires, if applicants were not able to switch into Tier 4.

Applicants must also be able to show that they have enough money to meet the costs of their intended course and accommodation, and to support themselves without working or help from public funds.

There is no minimum age requirement for a prospective student.

Applicant’s husband, wife or civil partner and any of their children under 18 years of age, can come to the UK with them while they arrange for their studies. They are known as their ‘dependants’. Applicants must be able to show that they can adequately accommodate and support them without working or needing any help from public funds.

Can applicant come to the UK as a parent of a child at school?

Applicants can come to the UK as a parent of a child at school if their child is:

  •  Under 12 years of age; and
  • Attending an independent fee-paying day school under Tier 4 (Child) of the point-based system or under the student category that existed before 31 March 2009.

Applicants must be able to show that, during their visit, the applicant does not intend to:

  • Live in the UK for extended periods through frequent or successive visits;
  • Take paid or unpaid employment, produce goods or provide services, including the selling of goods or services directly to members of the public;
  • Do a course of study;

Applicants must also be able to show that:

  • They are not seeking to make the UK their main home;
  • Intend to leave the UK at the end of their visit;
  • They have adequate and reliable funds to maintain a second home in the UK;
  • They have enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or seeking help from public funds, or applicant and any dependents will be supported and accommodated by relatives or friends;
  • They were not last admitted to the UK under the Approved Destination Status Agreement with China; and
  • They can meet the cost of the return or onward journey.

Visitors in Transit

Transiting the UK

Applicants can come to the UK as a visitor in transit if they will arrive in the UK, pass through immigration control and then leave the UK within 48 hours (or 24 hours if they are travelling under the ‘travel without visa’ concession – see the Do I need a visa? Page). This is called transiting landslide.

Can applicant come to the UK as a visitor in transit?

The ‘visitor in transit’ category is for nationals of countries outside Europe. If applicants are a national of the European Economic Area (EEA), or a family member of an EEA national, see the European nationals section.

If applicants will arrive on a flight, remain in the arrival lounge of the airport without passing through immigration control, and then depart on another flight from the same airport, the applicant does not need to come here as a visitor in transit. This is called transiting airside. For more information, see the In transit through the UK section.

Applicants can come to the UK as a visitor in transit if applicant will arrive in the UK, pass through immigration control and then leave the UK within 48 hours (or 24 hours if the applicant is travelling under the ‘travel without visa’ concession – see the Do I need a visa? Page). This is called transiting landslide.

To come to the UK as a visitor in transit, applicants must be able to show that applicant:

  • Are in transit to a final destination outside the Common Travel Area (Ireland, the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands);
  • Intend and are able to proceed at once to another country are assured of entry there
  • Intend and are able to leave the UK within 48 hours (or 24 hours) .

Applicants may not study or undertake any employment while they are in the UK.

Spouses and Dependents

Spouse, common-law partner and dependent children over 18 years of age are required to apply individually for their own visiting visas and meet the appropriate criteria.

UK Tourist Visa / UK Visitor Visa Process

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