What types of visas are there for the UK?
Here are the UK visa types:
- Work Visas.
- Business Visas.
- Study Visas.
- Visitor Visas.
- Family Visas.
- Settlement Visas.
- Transit Visas.
Which visa is best for UK?
Tier 1 visas are for particularly exceptional peoples who can contribute significantly to the UK as well as investors and entrepreneurs. Tier 2 is used for the Skilled Worker system. Tier 5 visas are also known as Temporary Worker visas.
What is visa type D for UK?
Since June 2019 the “CAT D” vignette (figure 2) is used for almost all categories including visit, employment, study and settlement. Vignettes for employment, study and settlement are usually valid for 30 days to enable the holder to travel to the UK and collect their Biometric Residence Permit (BRP).
How can I immigrate to UK?
UK Visas and Immigration
- Check if you need a UK visa.
- Visit the UK.
- Work in the UK or sponsor a worker.
- Study in the UK or sponsor a student.
- Join your UK, EU, or EEA family member in the UK.
- Live permanently in the UK and British Citizenship.
- Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.
- Visas and immigration operational guidance.
What is a Tier 4 visa in the UK?
Your Tier 4 (General) visa is granted to allow you to study. The Home Office do not consider graduation to be a part of your studies. This means that you may not be allowed to use your Tier 4 visa to re-enter the UK once you have completed your programme, as you will no longer be returning to study.