Settle In The UK With Your Family

The UK is still one of the world’s greatest countries. It’s incredible quality of life and multicultural cities make it one of the most attractive destinations for professionals seeking a better life for themselves and their families. Despite the upheaval of Brexit, it retains a strong economic position due to its established institutions and deep involvement in global trade. Y-Axis can help you navigate the intricacies of UK immigration law to help you settle in the world’s premier English speaking destination.

Why Settle In The UK?
  • Strong economy with established industries
  • Huge demand for skilled talent to power its advanced economy
  • Vibrant, entrenched Indian community
  • Exceptional and free healthcare via NHS
  • Home to some of the world’s best universities
  • Powerful passport to facilitate global travel

UK Immigration Process

The United Kingdom comprises of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Being one of the world’s most sought after migration destinations, the UK offers an array of options for individuals seeking to settle down. Typically, individuals need to first move to the UK temporarily and then apply for an ILR (Indefinite Leave to Remain). Some of the ways to move to the UK include:

  • Migrating to the UK with a job offer on hand
  • Settling down in the UK through the student route
  • Settling down in the UK if you are married or engaged to a UK citizen or permanent resident
  • Migrating to the UK as an entrepreneur setting up a business
  • Migrating to the UK as an investor

In order to migrate to the UK, candidates will need a good IELTS score and must meet all professional, legal and financial criteria. These criteria depend on your chosen migration path. Y-Axis helps individuals identify the correct immigration route and then assists them at every step of their migration journey. Our two decades of immigration experience make us your best option to increase your chances of settling down in the UK.

FAQ
How much is UK Visa fee?

The UK Visa fee will vary depending on the Visa category that you have applied for. The UK Visa fees have increased from 18th March 2019. It includes a 2% increase for Study Visa, Work Visa, and Short-term Visitor Visa applications. Apart from this, there is also a 25% hike in the fee for Nationality and Settlement Visa applications.

How long does it take to get a UK Visa?

99% of the normal UK Visa applications are adjudicated within ten working days. The maximum time will be 15 working days.

Priority UK Visa applications are adjudicated within 3 to 5 working days. The Super Priority applications are adjudicated within 24 hours.

What are the documents required for a UK Visa?

The documents required for a UK Visa are as follows:

  • A valid passport that has a page blank on twin sides
  • The completed form for Visa application
  • 1 Passport size photograph as per the specifications
  • Visa fee
  • Evidence of finances like original bank statements not earlier than 3 months
  • The confirmation of flight bookings and accommodation
  • An invitation letter if you are being sponsored by a family member or a friend
  • Original marriage certificate if you are being accompanied by your spouse
  • Birth certificates of your kids if they are accompanying you
  • Latest utility bills

You may also have to include the following if you are travelling for business:

  • A letter of confirmation of conference/ confirmation of training/ invitation
  • Complete details of an approved representative in your firm along with their contact details
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