There are many reasons why people want to apply for a visa in the United Kingdom. As a result, the UK has organized a visa system that depends on the purpose of visitors on multiple visas.
Here are the British visas:
- Work on visas.
- Work visas.
- Study visas.
- Visas visits.
- Family visas.
- Residence visas.
- Transfer visas.
- Business and business visas
In addition to the strict rules, as many visa holders are not permitted to work, the UK also offers visas for senior professionals from other countries who wish to work and live in the UK for a shorter or longer period of time.
Categories of work and business visas
Highly qualified foreigners:
Global Talent Visa
Skilled foreign workers with a shortage of job offers
Tier 2 visa (general)
Tier 2 visa (in-house transfer)
Tier Two Visa (Athlete)
Second level visa (Minister of Religion)
Temporary movement of youth and foreign workers
Category 5 visa (temporary employee)
Category 5 visa (Youth Mobility Program)
Croatian national registration certificate
Domestic workers with private home visas
Turkish Workers Newspaper
UK business classifications are as follows:
Category 1 business visa
- Tier 1 business visa
- Tier 1 investor visa
- Turkish businessman visa
- Student visas
These types of visas are issued to international students wishing to study in the United Kingdom.
- Tier 4 student visa (child)
- Tier 4 student visa (general)
- Short term study visa
- Travel and visitor visas
The United Kingdom is a very popular tourist destination, for short or long visits. Visits to the UK are issued for short stays, tourist visits, and the like. British authorities rarely issue visas for longer than six months. Foreigners are banned from working in the UK with this type of visa, as is the case with many other types.
Short business trips are treated the same.
- Tourist categories and visas
- Marriage visa
- Parent Index in Course 4 (Children)
- Paid visa allowed
- Short term study visa
- UK visitor visa
- Visa for a Chinese travel group
- Family visas
A British Family Visa is issued to visit family members in the United Kingdom. This visa is for people who have family members who work and live in the UK and want to join them for more than half a year, where they are dependent. Dependents can be a husband or wife (s), partner, fiancé, fiancé, proposed civil partner, children, parents, or other family members.
Categories of family visas
- UK visa
- British parent visa
- UK visa
- Transfer visas
The UK Transport Visa is for non-members of the European Economic Area (European Union countries, including Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway) or Switzerland and the UK is used as a transit country for travel from another country to the destination. This visa provides the opportunity to apply for a long-term visa if the applicant has sufficient evidence that he needs to travel regularly around the UK to reach his destination, but does not intend to stay there or live there permanently. Such a long-term visa can be issued from 1 to 10 years.
Direct Transit Visa (DATV) – for those who need to change flights in the UK without leaving the airport
A visitor on transit visa – for foreigners who need to leave the airport and take another mode of travel, to participate in their journey across the country. This visa can be valid for up to 4 days.
Temporary asylum visas are for people who are about to go to the UK and are at the border because they have had to leave their country where their lives were seriously threatened. The visa application is submitted within the United Kingdom.
The visa is temporary so that the visa holder is not in danger and can return to his country. Citizen visas are for foreigners who live in the UK and are not citizens of any other country in the world. This visa is issued for a period of 2 to 6 years with the possibility of extension.