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Sheffield Office: 01142 721371

Your simpler, quicker, easier visa tick

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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The Conservatives’ points-based immigration system - due to start in January 2021 if they win the election - isn’t a major change from the present, according to some experts. Major concern: the proposed crackdown on ‘low-skilled’ workers which risks damaging some industries.

Concern about immigration was the major driver of the Brexit vote; but the national debate about this subject since then has actually made people much less concerned about it. Each political party, in its own way, accepts immigration is needed.

EU net migration to the UK has fallen to its lowest level since 2003, but non-EU migration is rising, largely driven by increasing numbers of students choosing to study here, say the Office for National Statistics.

The charity Crisis are warning that homeless EU citizens are missing out on the government’s settlement scheme and risk deportation post-Brexit.

The Tories have promised to cut immigration, albeit by an unspecified amount (having been caught out in the past by setting unrealistic targets). Still unclear what Labour will commit to in its manifesto, although the talk has been about a more open stance


Facebook Posts

1 month ago


Very pleased to welcome Ellie Sabet to the MyUKVisas team. Ellie is a level 2 Accredited Caseworker who has wide-ranging experience, including asylum, deportation, family reunion and human rights cases. She will be working on visa and immigration applications and appeals at our Sheffield office, which is is located at 44 Castle Square, S1 2GF. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago


An interesting evening spent talking to members of the Capital Club Bahrain about the immigration landscape post-Brexit. We are in #bahrain to open a new office in partnership with Gulf Business Enterprise and to meet with potential new clients. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago


We’re at the Global Business Expo2019# in Leeds today talking about moving people across borders post-Brexit. ... See MoreSee Less

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