Orchid of Siam UK Visas For Thais
UK Visa For Thai Nationals Specialists & Immigration Appeals Help & Advocacy, Bangkok & Epsom Offices.
 
 

We will be represented at the following Thai festivals:

Basingstoke 12/6/2022
The War Memorial Park
Basingstoke RG21 4AG

Southampton 3/7/2022
Hoglands Park, Southampton, SO14 1JZ

Brighton 20-21/8/2022
Preston Park, Brighton, BN1 6AU
We have been advised today that the Home Office are now taking about six months to process family and settlement applications after attendance at the application centre in Bangkok. This is due to the situation in Ukraine.
It was announced today that the Immigration Health Surcharge is to be increased from the current 400.00 a year to 624.00 a year. This change to come in during October 2020 the exact date has not been announced. This is a large increase of 56%.
Within hours of Tony being interviewed twice by ITV Meridian for the news at 6 today the case in question has been immediately overturned by the Home Office and the visa issued. This was a case where the Home Office refused a settlement visa for a wife by applying the incorrect rule. Tony was asked for his comments on this case.

 
 
 

 





In all non-settlement cases the Embassy will return all the documentation submitted in support of the application to the visa applicant along with their passport and the outcome of the visa request.

For settlement applications documents will be returned to the sponsor in the UK unless specifically requested not to do so and a fully pre-paid return envelope is enclosed with the application. Passports will be returned directly to the applicant as will the visa decision.

Original documents will NOT be returned unless a photocopy is supplied along with the original at the time of application. This is the responsibility of our clients.

 
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