The IAS Visa Wizard is the easy way to find the correct visa for you
With two of our offices in London, IAS pride ourselves on being the top specialists in Work Permits for those looking to move to the UK’s capital city.
We have many years of experience in obtaining Work Permits and visas for individuals coming to the UK for work-related reasons. We have a proven track record in winning applications through the Five-tier Points Based System.
In addition to this, we also have extensive experience and knowledge of immigration at a corporate level. We have assisted and advised on successful Sponsor Licence applications for many prominent and well-known London-based businesses.
We will help you throughout the process of getting a Work Permit for London, from an initial consultation through to a successful outcome. We have immigration specialists based in both Southwark and Hounslow. This makes our services easily accessible, no matter whereabouts in London you are based.
Your eligibility will depend on your individual circumstances. You must speak to your employer and consult one of our immigration experts about which visa category is the most appropriate for you.
More information on UK Work Visas
If you are an employer and are looking to legally employ migrant talent from outside the EEA and Switzerland, you will need to ensure that you have a Sponsorship Licence.
Depending on the type of worker you are looking to employ, and which Tier of Visa they are registered under, the process for obtaining this licence will vary.
More information on Sponsorship Licences
Our immigration specialists can assist you if you are looking to:
In any of these circumstances, our specialists can help you throughout the process from initial consultation through to a successful outcome. We have immigration specialists based in both Southwark and Hounslow, making our services easily accessible, no matter where in London you are based. Your lawyer will work with you to assess your eligibility and outline your best options. He/she will also prepare a Letter of Representation to outline the details and advantages of your case to be submitted alongside your application. If you need further immigration advice or to begin your application, get in touch with our central London office on 0333 363 8577 or use our online contact form.
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