If you are planning on coming to the UK then you’ll need to sort out your visa beforehand.
One thing that has changed recently is that on both the points based and non points based system you will need to provide certified translations of any support documents you submit with your application. In brief these need to be;
- translated into English
- include the translator’s name and signature; and
- include confirmation that it is an accurate translation of the original document.
If you don’t supply them then your application may be refused.
Where do I translate my VISA application?
I knew you’d ask that. And I bet you can guess the answer… 😉
K International can translate your visa application, supporting documents and anything else you have. This is done by professional translators and the final documents will be returned signed, certified and ready for despatch. Most of the time this takes less than a week.
To order our visa translation service click here > Quote for Translation < and we’ll take care of the rest.
You can get more information about the visa application process from the UK Border Agency.