VISITOR VISAS

VISITOR VISAS

1 - 6 weeks

1 - 6 months.

VISITOR VISAS

Brief

1. Standard Visitor Visa: 

You can apply for a Standard Visitor visa if you want to visit the UK:

  • for leisure, for example on holiday or to see your family and friends

  • for business, or to take part in sports or creative events

  • for another reason, for example to receive private medical treatment 


If you visit the UK on business

You can apply for a Standard Visitor visa if you want to visit the UK for business-related activities, for example:

  • you’re coming to the UK for a conference, meeting or training

  • you want to take part in a specific sports-related event

  • you’re an artist, entertainer or musician and coming to the UK to perform

  • are an academic and are doing research or accompanying students on a study abroad programme

  • you’re a doctor or dentist and are coming to the UK to take a clinical attachment or observer post


2. Permitted Paid Engagement Visa: 

You may be able to get a Permitted Paid Engagement visa if you’ve been invited to the UK as an expert in your profession.

You can apply for a Permitted Paid Engagement visa if you:

  • are invited by a UK-based organisation or client

  • want to come to the UK to do specific paid work without having to be sponsored under the points-based visa system

  • are from a country that’s not in the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland


3. Parent of a Tier 4 child Visa:

You can apply for a Parent of Tier 4 child visa if:


4. Visa to pass through the UK in transit

You might need a visa to pass through the UK in transit (on your way to another country).


To get a transit visa you must prove that:

  • you’ll be in transit to another country, with enough funds and the intention to travel on

  • you can enter that country

  • the only purpose of your visit to the UK is transit

5. Marriage Visitor Visa:

You must apply for a Marriage Visitor visa if:

  • you want to get married or register a civil partnership in the UK

  • you want to give notice of a marriage or civil partnership in UK

  • you’re not planning to stay or settle in the UK after your marriage or civil partnership

Steps

  • Consult us for free to talk about your options.

  • Gather documents

  • Pay service fee and visa application fees

  • Application is made

  • Receive appointment invitation

  • Prepare and attend interview

  • Get visa

How to apply

To talk about your UK visa needs with one of our dedicated visa consultants for free now, click link below or contact us visa ideaswithrich@epicrich.co or call +234 706 534 4127.

Requirements

Standard Visitor Visa

  • Proof that they intend to leave the UK at the end of their visit

  • Proof of sufficient funds to support themselves and any family members included in the application, while in the UK

  • Prove of sufficient funds to pay for a return flight or cover travel costs at end of visit.


Permitted Paid Engagement Visa

  • a current passport or other valid travel identification - your passport must have a blank page for your visa

  • proof that you can support yourself during your trip, for example bank statements or payslips for the last 6 months

  • details of where you intend to stay and your travel plans - you should not pay for accommodation or travel until you get your visa

  • a formal invitation from the UK-based organisation or authority you’ll be paid by

  • proof that the paid engagement relates to your expertise, qualifications and main job in your home country, for example a letter from your employer


You must provide extra documents if you’re an established arts, entertainment or sporting professional. You can provide any of the following:

  • publications

  • publicity material

  • proof of awards

  • media coverage and reviews

  • proof of recent performances


Parent of a Tier 4 child Visa

  • a current passport or other valid travel identification

  • your tuberculosis (TB) test results if you’re from a country where you have to take the test

You’ll also have to provide documents that prove you:

  • have a permanent home outside the UK

  • have money to support you and your children or have relatives or friends that will support you in the UK

  • have booked (or can afford) travel to leave the UK at the end of your stay