Huddersfield Office: 01484 506175

Your simpler, quicker, easier visa tick

We are open for business

Our Huddersfield and Sheffield offices are both open for business, but where possible appointments with clients will be online. If you need to visit one of our offices for an appointment please let us know in advance.
To keep staff and clients as safe as possible, social distancing rules will apply, including keeping 2 metres apart. PLEASE WEAR A FACEMASK when visiting our offices.
Please do not come in person to the office if you have COVID-19 symptoms, or have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19.
To make an appointment call Huddersfield on 01484 506175 or Sheffield 01142 721371.

My UK Visas is a specialist immigration law firm

Our very experienced team helps both private clients and businesses to navigate very complex immigration rules and law.
We have a well-deserved reputation for our expertise and for going the extra mile for our clients.
In the world of Brexit and tighter immigration controls it has never been more important to seek professional advice, help and support. We provide immigration solutions tailored to the particular needs of businesses and individual clients.

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Business Services

My UK Visas provides a bespoke service to businesses of all sizes. We can help you to unravel the complexity of sponsorship licences, obtain and renew visas for your staff and support you through the process of Brexit.

What our customers say

We pride ourselves on the high quality of our service to clients and score 5/5 on Facebook and 4.7/5 on Google. You can also check out clients’ comments here

Here are a selection:

“Excellent service…quick turnaround…professional and knowledgeable….understands the anxiety and emotional turmoil…efficient…sympathetic and engaged…made all the difference to me and my family…the best for handling complex immigration cases…professional to the core…great firm….loved the service…very client friendly”

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Our tweets

More bad behaviour from the Home Office. Evicting asylum seekers from areas with local lockdowns after it said wouldn’t. https://t.co/goqCkeBwRP

UK gov't response to asylum seekers becoming increasingly bizarre. Having apparently ruled out a plan to send them to an island in the middle of the Atlantic, now they are considering housing them on disused ferries moored off the UK coast.
https://t.co/D9shRVsh1U

 

Our latest blog

Post-EU work visa regime begins its passage through Parliament: but is it really an ‘Australian-style’ points-based system?

Whilst the government, unsurprisingly, remains focused on tackling Covid-19, the Brexit immigration bill has nevertheless passed its first reading in the House of Commons, meaning that it is on its way to becoming law. The new rules, which affect EU and international workers chances of getting a job in the UK, are due to be in place for January 2021.