At Thai Visa UK, our immigration specialists have over 10 years of expertise in the UK immigration field. From our UK lawyers to our native Thai case workers and translators, the wealth of training and experience of our staff has led to the success rate of cases to be unparalleled.

Aim/mission statement
Our aim is to provide clients with the highest quality legal counsel, while providing support and assurance needed with such sensitive matters. Our native Thai experts will ensure that your needs on a local level are catered to with appropriate cultural insight. In addition, experts working in our UK affiliate office will be there to provide continued support once you have arrived in the UK. As a registered limited company under Thai jurisdiction, the professionalism and standards towards our clients is of the highest priority to us.

We provide support for all visa types for entry to the UK, including:

  • Tourist Visa
  • Spouse Visa
  • Child Settlement Visa
  • Fiance Visa
  • Register Marriage
  • British Passport

Through the initial consultation, we will establish what visa would be best most appropriate for you, informing you of your suitability for such a visa and the legal requirements under UK law. We will then provide you with a complete breakdown of what action needs to be taken for your case to be successful. From there, we will act as your complete one stop service to attaining your visa. Any documents that need to be filled in or collected will be compiled by us. Any documents written in Thai can be translated by us to suit UK Home Office requirements. We will then continue the process on your behalf right up until the submission of your application, with updates and support being given to any necessary further contact with the UK immigration authorities. In the case of appeals and judicial review, we will ensure that our immigration lawyer specialised in the most difficult matters will be working on your case from the first day.

Our UK immigration lawyers have dealt with and won even the most difficult cases. Some of these cases have even set precedent in UK courts, shaping modern immigration law and setting boundaries for which the UK Home Office must adhere.