Our track record in providing fast and efficient assistance with work permit applications is continuing to pay dividends. We try to take the stress out of the process, and the updated and improved website will provide our clients with a mine of invaluable information to help make life easier.
(PRWEB) January 21, 2007
UK Visa Services is responding to growing demand for its expertise by launching an improved website which provides detailed information about its work permit, UK visa and immigration practice.
The London based consultancy has clients ranging from skilled, high net worth individuals to international companies and corporations seeking to recruit a workforce.
"We are currently experiencing an increased level of interest from high net worth clients in Russia and China, as well as from companies and corporations based in Japan, the United States, and the UK," says Julia Wright, spokesperson for UK Visa Services.
"Our track record in providing fast and efficient assistance with work permit applications is continuing to pay dividends. We try to take the stress out of the process, and the updated and improved website will provide our clients with a mine of invaluable information to help make life easier."
UK Visa Services' multi-lingual advisory team is regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner, ensuring that the highest professional standards are met. The law is complex and frequently changes but the firm stays up to date with immigration news by working closely with the government departments responsible for overseeing this legislation.
The company's corporate clients may be UK companies wishing to bring in expertise from overseas, or firms from other parts of the world which want to establish a UK presence.
UK Visa Services processes all visa applications and, in the longer term, can help employees of corporate clients advance from initial work permits to longer stay permits, permanent residence, or full citizenship.
A work permit may not always be the answer. For example, individuals coming to the UK to set up a business may find it more appropriate to apply for business visas or investor visas. If work permit requirements cannot be met, it may also be possible to apply under the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP).
UK Visa Services' expertise extends to many other possible avenues. These include the Training and Work Experience Scheme, which may allow overseas staff to be trained in the UK; and the Science and Engineering Graduate Scheme, which allows certain non-European Economic Area (EEA) students who have completed degrees to remain and work in the UK for up to 12 months.
The company is also aware of the potential pitfalls of switching immigration status. This is the process by which a non-EEA national who is already legally in the UK, with permission to enter or remain, changes immigration status from one category to another.
Notes for editors
UK Visa Services is a well established and successful immigration advisory practice based in London. It advises individual clients, and also helps corporate clients to meet their UK workforce requirements. UK Visa Services' multi-lingual advisory team is regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC).
For further information, please contact:
Ms Julia Wright, senior immigration adviser
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7292 2970
Email: info @ ukvisaservices.co.uk