In our life, planning travel and preparing for the same is an exciting thing to do; everyone would be overwhelmingly happy if it is to a country like the UK. In the process, the most crucial work is Visa documentation and application. Though every step is available online, many times people tend to miss little detail which is rather a vital one for the granting authority. One small error would cause a delay or even a rejection and that is the sole reason for people becoming a bit uncomfortable upon Visa applications.
Now, you don’t need to worry about any of these, just check-in at VISA ROOTS…
We have our experts with the necessary knowledge and experience who can make your early travel a reality in a short time, while you can stay relaxed.
With over 8 years of exclusive experience in processing various visas to the UK, we have processed over 2000 visas to the UK and we are proud to present our robust but humble team to support you in every aspect of the Visa process. Striving harder every day to commit and deliver in time is our aspiration and exceeding the expectations has been our forte all these years.
Frequently asked questions
What is the processing time and cost for a visa application?
What is the difference between Standard Visa & Priority Visa?
Will I get my visa approved, even if I have multiple visa rejections of UK?
Is it a problem, if I have 4 rejection’s from a European country?
Can I change my accommodation after reaching UK?
Is it legal for a dependent to work in UK?
What is a walk-in service and is there any applicable fee?
I worked in the UK 8-10 years back & I lost the National Insurance (NI) number, will it affect my new visa process?
I worked abroad for few years & I do not have a PCC. Any alternative solution?
I went to the UK in a study visa, my college license was cancelled & I worked in the UK for years & returned back to my home country before the expiry of the visa. Could that affect my current application?
I am currently working in Dubai & my home country is India, which will be my visa centre?
You can prefer Dubai or your own home country as your visa centre, which has to be mentioned in the Visa application also.
I am currently in the UK on a Tier 5 dependent visa, can I change it to Tier 2 main applicant visa & if yes, how?
Can I choose my port of departure apart from my home country
Yes, you can travel from anywhere in the world.
Do I need to carry any original documents for my visa appointment?
Passport, PCC & TB Test Report.
Do I need to carry any National Identity card or birth certificate when I attend my visa appointment?
I am currently in Dubai on a visiting visa; can I go for my visa appointment from here?
I stayed in 2 countries for more than 2 years respectively; do I need a valid PCC from those countries, if I am applying from my home country?
What is the validity of a PCC?
Most countries provide a PCC validity of 6 months; Gulf countries provide a validity of 3 months, while Jamaica & UK give 1 year.
Can I take my family along with me to the UK at first go or I should I bring them only after my OSCE exam?
It’s your choice. You can take your family at the first go or else you can take them even after reaching the UK.
How will I choose my Visa centre?
100% Success Rate
Our years of expertise in this arena, combined with our continuous efforts to excel in the domain are the reason behind our 100% success rate. We study every application in detail and work on that meticulously and ensure that no stone is left unturned to make it up to approval.
One Stop Solution
Visa Roots is essentially a one stop solution for all your needs in the UK. We are here to help you in each arena, Visa Processing, Migration Plan, Study Plan, Tour UK, Investment in UK, Business advise in UK etc. We are committed to provide you with the best of the best solution practically available at ease.
At Visa Roots, we provide multi-dimensional support services. You have multiple options to contact us; Tele-calls, E-mails, Web inquiry, Web chat etc. We provide you with total support at any point of time during your process and further.