Visit Visa Applications (Introductory)

CPD Points: 2

Length of course: 2 hours

About this course

This course was last updated in February 2024.

This course covers Appendix V to the Immigration Rules, which deals with permission to enter the UK as a visitor. It covers best practice in making visitor visa applications and what to do in the case of a refusal, which includes appealing the decision and the judicial review mechanism.

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You can check out the course contents below:

Module 1Guide to Appendix V
Unit 1Introduction 
Unit 2What is a visitor? 
Unit 3Standard visitors 
Unit 4Marriage and civil partnership visitors 
Unit 5Permitted Paid Engagement visitors 
Unit 6Transit visitors 
Unit 7Suitability and eligibility criteria 
Unit 8Period of stay granted 
Unit 9Extension of stay as a visitor 
Module 2Making an application
Unit 1How to apply 
Unit 2Avoiding a refusal 
Module 3Responding to a refusal
Unit 1Analysing the refusal 
Unit 2Is there a right of appeal? 
Unit 3Lodging an appeal 
Unit 4Judicial review as a last resort 
Unit 5Final quiz 
Unit 6Feedback 

Modules within this course..

  1. Guide to Appendix V

    A guide to Appendix V of the Immigration Rules
  2. Making an application

    Guide to making an application
  3. Responding to a refusal

    Responding to a refusal: analysis, reapply, appeal or judicial review?
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