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UK Visa

The UK is the country the Thai people like to travel to a lot per year. Many people visit this country for its stunning scenery and friendly people. However, a visa is necessary to enter the UK. Therefore, before entering the UK, a visa is required. Also, there are numerous visa categories in the UK, including those for travel, business, short-term and long-term study, fiancée, spouse, and sports events.


  1. Check if you need a visa – Depending on your reason for visiting the UK and the length of your stay, you can qualify for various visas.

  2. Choose the UK visa type – The majority of the British visa application procedure, including the requirements, is determined by the reason(s) for your trip.

  3. Apply via an online application form – The form for applying for a UK visa typically asks for personal information. Your application will only be allowed if the information in the application form matches the information in the other necessary documents!

  4. Prepare the required documents You must provide a few essential supporting documents with your application for a UK visa.

  5. Schedule an appointment – Once you’ve scheduled an appointment online, print the confirmation email and bring it to the UK visa application center you’ve chosen, together with the (Original) necessary documents.

  6. Attend an appointment – Each applicant must physically visit the visa application center. Your biometric data, including your fingerprints and photo, will be collected at your appointment, and you’ll be informed when your visa application has been approved or denied.

The types of UK visas we provide at Alpha Legal are below.

  • Standard Visitor Visa – You can visit the UK as a Standard Visitor for tourism, business, study (courses up to 6 months), and other permitted activities. Typically, you can stay in the UK for up to 6 months. In some circumstances, for example, to get medical treatment, you can ask for a more extended stay.

  • Visa to visit family or friends

  • Spouse visa, Child dependent

  • Oversea domestic worker 

If you have any further questions or need more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.