The Court of Appeal has ruled that a judge had been entitled to quash a refusal by the Passport Office to accept a mother’s applications for British passports for her children. The case involved the Secretary of State for the Home Department v GA. The mother and children were British citizens who lived in “Country
Activities permitted for persons applying for Visitor visas include Tourism, Visiting family and friends, Vacations/Holidays, Permitted business activities, Permitted legal activities as well as one – off engagements for the purpose of by certain religious workers, like preaching.
In addition to the categories above, some other Visit Visa categories include persons intending to come to the UK for Private medical treatment, Medical practitioners taking certain examinations, Sportspersons and Short study purposes and to re – sit examination or re – take a module and Work related training.
Visitor Visas are routinely refused by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) either because those applying for it are unaware of all the requirements or the documents that need to be submitted.
If you want to apply for a Standard Visitor Visa and you require assistance with your application, please contact our Immigration Department which will be happy to assist with your application.