Tips For Your Route to Indefinite Leave to Remain

Tips For Your Route to Indefinite Leave to Remain

If you’re on a visa that leads to Indefinite Leave to Remain, it may seem like ILR is a long way off, but while you’re staying and working in the UK, being prepared can only make things easier and smoother when the time comes to apply. Ensure you earn enough Just as...
Moving to the UK Checklist

Moving to the UK Checklist

Moving to the UK and waiting for your visa can be an all-consuming process that comes with lots of impatience and frustration. Unfortunately, you can’t do anything during this time except for wait, so it makes sense to have a checklist of all the stuff you need to do...
Immigrating to the UK with Your Children

Immigrating to the UK with Your Children

Moving to the UK itself is a big decision, but moving with children is an even bigger one. If you’re a parent and you’re wondering how uprooting your children will affect them, no one will blame you. It is a big move for most adults, so naturally children will also be...
Children Born in the UK to South African Parents

Children Born in the UK to South African Parents

For many individuals moving to the UK, the main reason is often to give their children a better and safer future. And most of those moving to the UK are either moving over specifically to have their children in the UK or at least, their second child in the UK. When...

TB Tests for Your UK Visa? Why?

For many who approach the UK visa process, the discovery that a TB test is mandatory comes as a bit of a surprise. For all individuals applying for 6 month or longer visas, a TB test is required. Not all nationalities need to apply, but in Southern Africa this applies...

Making the Process of Moving to the UK Smoother

Moving in general is a notoriously stressful life event. Moving to another country is bound to be even more stressful. However, there a few ways that you can make the process of moving to the UK a little smoother. – Visas Your first step is to make sure you know...

What is a BRP and Where Do You Get One?

A BRP stands for a Biometric Residency Permit and is similar to your South African ID. It states all the biographic details of the holder, including name, date, and place of birth, as well as fingerprints, signature, and the facial image of the card holder. Your BRP...