If you want to travel to the UK to study at a UK educational institution, you can apply for a student visa or a child student visa.
Study Visa (Apply To Study In The UK)
If you want to travel to the UK to study at a UK educational institution, you can apply for a student visa or a child student visa. The child student visa is for students who are under the age of 18, while the student visa is for those who are 16 or older. Students between the ages of 16 and 17 may apply for either a student visa or a child visa.
UK Student Visa
If you are 16 years of age or older and want to attend a UK educational institution as a licenced student sponsor, you may apply for a Student Visa UK. The Tier 4 General Student Visa route has been superseded by the Student Visa route.
You can get assistance from our knowledgeable team of student visa attorneys with your requests for entrance clearance for student visas, changes to your visa from within the UK, and extensions of your student visa requests. We can also assist you in sponsoring your dependents so they can come to the UK to study with you.
Our knowledgeable staff of student visa attorneys can assist the following student visa applications with quick, amiable, trustworthy, and fixed fee immigration advice and representation:
- Entry Clearance For Student Visa UK
- Switching Into Student Visa UK
- Extension Of Student Visa UK
- Administrative Review (AR) Of Student Visa Refusal
Dependants Of Students
If a student is enrolled in a postgraduate programme or is participating in a government-sponsored programme, they may be able to bring their dependent partner and dependent children to the UK.
Our staff of dependant visa attorneys can offer the following applications for student dependents quick, amiable, trustworthy, fixed fee immigration counsel and representation:
- Entry Clearance For Student Dependant Visa UK
- Switching Into Student Dependant Visa UK
- Extension Of Student Dependant Visa UK
- Administrative Review (AR) Of Student Dependant Visa Refusal
UK Child Student Visa
The Child Student route is for students between the ages of 4 and 17 who desire to attend an independent school in the UK that will sponsor them.
If you are 16 or 17 years old and want to enrol in a programme that is level 3 or higher on the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework or the Regulated Qualifications Framework, you can apply as a Child Student at an independent school or as a Student under Appendix ST: Student.
Our knowledgeable staff of child student visa attorneys can offer the following applications for child student visas quick, amiable, trustworthy, fixed cost immigration counsel and representation:
- Entry Clearance For Child Student Visa UK
- Switching Into Child Student Visa UK
- Extension Of Child Student Visa UK
- Administrative Review (AR) Of Child Student Visa Refusal
UK Visa As A Parent Of A Child Student
If your child already has or is applying for a child student visa, you can submit an application for a parent of a child student visa. Alternatively, if they already hold a Tier 4 (Child) visa. When you apply, your kid must be between the ages of 4 and 11 and enrolled in an independent school in the UK. Ask a question to one of our immigration attorneys for free assistance on immigration matters, or schedule an appointment for thorough guidance on your application if you are the parent of a student-child.
The following applications for a parent of a kid studying in the UK may be handled by our specialised team of UK visa attorneys:
- Entry Clearance For UK Visa As A Parent Of A Child Student
- Extension Of Parent Of A Child Student Visa
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