Work Visa

What is the Work Visa?

From 1 January 2021, anyone who wants to come to the UK for work has to apply for a professed worker visa. The visa allows settlers who wish to work, apply for the UK under the new point- grounded system. To apply for a Skilled Worker Visa, you need the instrument of backing and you can only work for someone who has a valid guarantor license. Our expert Immagration For Law can advise you on any matter related to your UK work visa.

Our Immagration For Law will get to know you and your conditions, and check if you’re eligible to apply for the professed worker visa. This will extremely help us with your visa operation.

We work to make sure that the legal process is stress less for our customer. And throughout your immigration process, we will be helping and advising on the important affairs, and surely will be doing all the heavy lifting as utmost of the process is lengthy and complex.

Drop your query or call us at 01204 838785to get free discussion

What are the categories?

There are a number of orders in which you can apply if you’re willing to work in the UK. So, it’s important that you choose the right option, and we will help you with that. There are 4 orders to the professed worker visa, which are,

  • Professed worker( league 2)
  • Intra-company transfer( ICT)
  • T2 Sportsperson
  • T2 Minister of Religion

Why Choose Us

Immagration For Law is a multi-service company that offers legal services to both individuals and corporations. We have great relationships with our clients and frequently assist them when they are most in need. Technology and practice have advanced significantly in recent years, and we have had to adapt to these changes in order to

provide the finest legal representation possible under all situations. We will constantly strive to achieve the finest conclusion and justice for our clients.We take great pride in the principles and values we uphold at our company. We treat each case in confidence, and our objective is to effectively represent you, not to pass judgment.