You may request for single-entry or multi-entry visa but it depends on Embassy to honour / rejects your request.
- You must possess a Valid Passport with a validity of at least 6 months
- You must possess a Birth Certificate
- Sponsorship Letter / Invitation letter/Travel Itinerary
- You need to show ties to your home country as an evidence that you will return
- You must produce Bank statements and Investment showing ability to manage living cost
- Financial stability of the Host and their visa status
- Employment and certain Business documents is mandatory
- Must share his purpose of travel and travel plane
- Accommodation and Flight bookings if needed
- Income Proof, tax payments and property ownership of applicant
- A good travel history is an added advantage
Application for United Kingdom visitor visa is online. On completing the form you need to select submission date and need to submit complete application with visa fees. Depending upon the visitor type, document will vary besides the basic requirements.
UK is one of the the most preferred immigration destination for people wishing to live and work there. However from 2010 UK government has made rows of changes in the immgration laws in order to restrict immigration.
Tier 1 Visa
This type of visa is for high value migrants who are coming from outside EEA ans encloses entry of entreprenuer, investor Â and those very few eminent people.
Tier 2 Visa
This type of visa is for ‘skilled workers’ who are coming from outside EEA provided with the job offer in the UK. It also includes those Â skilled workers who are being transferred Â to UK by an international company.
Tier 3 Visa
This category was designed for low-skilled workers filling specific temporary labour shortages. However government is not issuing any visa under this scheme so one can not issue visa under Tier 3.
Tier 4 Visa
This type is for students above 16 Â from outside the EEA who is aspiring for higher education in the UK
Tier 5 visa
This type hass six sub-tiers of temporary worker which includes creative and sporting, and the youth mobility scheme, charity Â which enables about 55,000 young people every year to work in the UK on working holidays.