UK Visa For Indians

Students who have chosen their course of study can apply for a student visa to Australia. Here we will go about the steps involved in the student visa application process.

Step One: Registering with a Consultancy

The visa process commences with the student registering with a consultancy for admission. The consultant will help you navigate through the many processes, thus making it easier to find your way when studying abroad.

Step Two: Applying for Admission

Students who have confirmed their course of study in Australia can rely on the consultant to help them in completing their application to the school / college / academic institution of their choice. The consultant will request a number of documents including proof of the student's English language ability and proof of academic qualifications among others. Students must furnish all the documents requested in the checklist when applying for a visa. The application can be submitted through the consultant and you can track its progress through notifications sent by the consultant. The consultant keeps in touch with the institution on behalf of the student to ensure that all applications are processed as early as possible.

Step Three: Payment of Tuition Fee

Tuition fees must be paid to the institution at which you wish to study and accepted by the education provider to proceed with the visa application process. In most cases, the institutions will request students to pay the fees applicable to the first semester only. Students may choose to pay the relevant fees through either Direct Debit or Telegraphic Transfer. Upon receipt and processing of the tuition fee by the institution, an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment will be issued to the applicant through the consultant. When the applicant receives the aforementioned confirmation, he / she will have to visit the consultant with all the documents requested for verification.

Step Four: Lodging Your Visa Application

The documents requested in the checklist provided by the consultant will have to be submitted to lodge the student's visa application. Similar to the admission application, the consultant will keep the applicant updated regarding the progress of their application and track it by staying connected with the visa office on behalf of the applicant.

Step Five: Undertaking Medical Examinations

Once your visa application has been lodged, you will be required to undertake a medical examination in the next 28 days. The examination can only be under the supervision of a doctor approved by the Government of Australia. Visit www.border.gov.au to view the list of approved panel doctors you may visit to complete the medical examination. After the medical examination has concluded, all documents and related medical reports will be submitted directly by the doctor to the visa office and you will be notified of the outcome by your consultant in due course. If you have qualified for a visa, you will have to visit your consultant to collect the grant letter after which you can commence planning your travel and accommodation in the land down under.

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News About UK Visa

  • UK's Golden Visa issued to more than 250 millionaires from India

    The United Kingdom has so far issued the Golden Visa to 254 millionaires from India. This category of visa was opened up in 2008 and requires a substantial investment in the country. Between 2008 and 2020, Indian ranked as the 7th nationality to have availed this Tier 1 (Investor) visa. Individuals who invest GBP 2 million will get instant rights to live in the UK for three years. There will be an extension of two years after this. Those that invest GBP 10 million can not only get fast-tracked but will also get indefinite leave to remain within the two years or if they invest GBP 5 million, can remain within three years. It takes one year to a UK citizenship after this.

    21 July 2021

  • Indians top visa categories in the UK

    Indian citizens topped visa-related categories for the year ending September 2020 in spite of the global Covid-19 pandemic. Indian nationals were granted 156,725 visas. Indian professionals accounted for 45% of the Tier 2 visas that were granted, a total of 36,219 visas in that category, which was lower than 56,164 visas that were granted in the same period last year. Indians were among the top non-EU nationalities who were granted British citizenship, a total of 11,801. There was an increase of 48% in the number of Tier 4 student visas that were granted to Indians this year for a total of 44,992 visas. India accounts for 26% of all Tier 4 visas till September 2020 which is an increase of 11% from last year. Indian nationals on student visas also accounted for 40% of dependents. There was a decrease of 19% for family visas granted to Indian nationals. Indian nationals also accounted for the highest number of work-related extensions at 41% of the total number of such extensions, which is a reflection of the successful applications for Tier 2 visas as well. Till the end of September 2020, a total of 14,612 Indians were given visa extensions because of being unable to travel back to India due to the pandemic.

    30 November 2020

  • UK government tabled its new points-based student route for visas in Parliament

    In a bid to simplify the previous student visa application requirements for international students applying to study in Britain, the UK government on September 10 tabled its new points-based student route for visas in the Parliament. The route which will apply to all overseas students from October 5. From that day onwards, students will require a total of 70 points to be granted a visa to study at a UK university. The required points can be had if they demonstrate that they have an offer from an approved educational institution, speak English and is able to support themselves during their studies. As per the UK Home Office, the new route shall treat all students equally including those from Europe after the Brexit transition period ends at the end of this year. It must be noted here that the new student route improves on the previous Tier 4 route by making it more streamlined for sponsoring institutions and their students.

    22 September 2020

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