Bosnian Paralympians Granted Visas Thanks to UK Visa and Immigration

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Leading Immigration Consultancy Firm, UK Visa and Immigration, obtains UK Sports Visas for Bosnian Paralympians

UK Visa and Immigration is pleased to announce that a number of Bosnian Paralympic hopefuls have acquired their UK Sports Visas after using our services to submit their Visa applications.

UK Visa and Immigration provided representation for the team of four athletes and their staff in attaining their Visas, with the company calling on their many years of experience and their expert Caseworkers and Barristers to deliver a successful result.

Due to the involvement of UK Visa and Immigration, the team are now all able to come to the UK to prepare for the London 2012 Olympics at a Leeds based training camp. Upon being granted their Visas, the team said: “we are now all extremely excited about coming to the UK.”

The journey of the team in getting to this stage has received global coverage over recent months, with a full length story being featured in the Guardian Newspaper and UK Visa and Immigration is immensely delighted to have contributed in some way in helping the team to realise its 2012 Olympic dream.

UK Visa and Immigration is one of the fastest growing firms in the UK, with a track record of many successful UK Visa applications and a reputation for offering services that specialise in UK Immigration Law.

Director of UK Visa and Immigration, Ash Shadat said: “this is a great result for UK Visa and Immigration as it demonstrates why we are regarded as the UK’s leading Immigration service provider. Our industry often receives a lot of complaints and bad reviews due to bogus operations, but success stories like this change perceptions. It also means that we have contributed to a worthy cause and we as a company are extremely proud that we have helped these inspirational people on their journey towards competing in the UK 2012 Olympics.”

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