UK Skilled Worker Visa

If you have a job offer from a UK employer, the Skilled Worker visa may be the immigration route for you. Our experienced immigration lawyers can help you navigate the complex rules and requirements to get you on the path for a successful visa outcome.

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Get Your UK Skilled Worker Visa

Get Your UK Skilled Worker Visa​​

We understand that the visa application process can be stressful, so our immigration experts work closely with you to ensure that your application is well-prepared and submitted in a timely manner. We will also provide you with ongoing support and advice to ensure that you comply with your visa conditions and meet any reporting requirements.



How We Can Support Your Skilled Worker Visa Application?

How We Can Support Your Skilled Worker Visa Application?​

The Skilled Worker visa has replaced the old Tier 2 (General) visa and allows eligible individuals to come to work in the UK for an approved sponsor organisation. As well as having a valid Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS), applicants must speak English to a minimum of B1 level and the job offered must be at a skill level of at least RQF3 (equivalent to an A-level).

COS Certification

We can help you to obtain a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) from your UK employer.

Eligibility Checks

We will ensure you comply with all of the visa requirements and will take the stress out of preparing and submitting a strong visa application.

Expert Lawyers

If your visa is unfortunately refused, we can advise on the best next steps and can represent you in case of appeals.

Our Process

3 Easy Step to Your Visa

3 Easy Step to Your Visa

Say goodbye to complicated immigration applications and endless documentation.  Our senior partners are ready to make the process smooth and easy for you!

1. Contact us to book your complimentary consultation

Fill in our contact form with a brief overview of your situation and we will be in touch as soon as possible to schedule a free consultation with our immigration law experts.

2. We’ll review your case and provide a quotation

During your free consultation, we will provide guidance on how we can support you with your immigration needs. Once we have assessed your current situation and objectives, we will advise on the best course of action.

3. Leave the complex legal matters to us

Once you have approved the quote, we will supply you with our full terms of business. After the terms have been agreed to, we will work closely with you (or on your behalf where appropriate) to achieve your immediate and long-term UK immigration goals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to apply for a Skilled Worker visa?

There are a number of factors to consider when calculating the costs of the Skilled Worker visa. Firstly, the application itself costs anywhere from £247 to £1,423, depending on your geographical location and the details of the role you will be filling. For most applicants with a CoS of three years or less, the cost will be £625 for applications made outside the UK, and £719 when made inside the UK. Reductions are available for those filling ‘shortage occupation’ roles.

Most applicants will also be subject to the Immigration Health Surcharge, which costs £624 per year on top of their visa application fees – though a discounted rate is available for some students and young people.

The initial Skilled Worker visa will be issued for up to three or five years, depending on the length of the CoS. When the visa is due to expire, you can apply to extend; there is no limit to the number of times you can extend the Skilled Worker visa as long as you and your job role remain eligible.

This visa is also a viable route to UK indefinite leave to remain, so you may want to consider this option when your Skilled Worker visa expires.

You need to have been issued a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) before you can apply. Once you’ve received your CoS, you will have three months to apply for your Skilled Worker visa. The CoS will also note your intended employment start date; the earliest you can apply for your visa is three months prior to this date.

In most cases, if you apply for the Skilled Worker Visa from within the UK the process takes up to 8 weeks, or up to 3 weeks if applying from overseas.