We are consistently high rated Visas, Immigration and Nationality specialists based in Stoke-on-Trent, helping clients since 2006. Authorised, licensed and regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC, Home Office UK) to provide Immigration Advice and Services for Visa, Immigration and Nationality. Our OISC Registration No.F201100207. Our UK Immigration Advice is protected up to £250,000 through our Hiscox Professional Indemnity Insurance. We believe in quality of the service and customer satisfaction. For these reason, we are highly rated visa advisers with full customer satisfaction tracked record.
Our Business Credentials
Majority of our clients do not see us and almost all the work is done online, by emails and over the phone. We understand that clients wants to know that if they are dealing with real business with solid footings. We have provided some details below if you like to verify the authenticity and validity of our business.
Are you a UK Registered Visa Consultants, how I can verify your business registration?
Yes, we are regulated and registered with the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), Government of UK and our registration No. is F201100207. The OISC regulates all immigration advisers in UK. Click verify our business on Gov.uk and
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Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner
21 Bloomsbury Street
WC1B 3HF, United Kingdom
Phone: 0345 000 0046
Do you have Professional Indemnity Insurance in place in case I loose money (visa fees) due to negligent or incompetent advice?
We are fully insured up to the £250,000 for all UK Visas, Immigration and Nationality matters. We never had any claim against us since we started our business in 2006. We are confident that it will never happen. But in any case, where you think that you have lost money in the form of visas fees and it was caused by our us, you are 100% protected. A copy of our Professional Indemnity Insurance can be downloaded here.
Policy No: 14619867
|Types of Immigration Applications||Success Rate||Years|
|Spouse Visa Extension/ Switch Applications||100%||2006-2022|
|Fiance Visa Applications||100%||2006-2022|
|Fee Waiver Applications||100%||2006-2022|
|Parent Route/ Family & Private Life FLR||100%||2006-2022|
|Naturalisation (British Citizenship)||100%||2006-2022|
|Indefinite Leave to Remain||100%||2006-2022|
|Skilled Worker Visa||100%||2006-2022|
|Tier 2 General||100%||2006-2022|
|Sponsor Licence Tier 2 / Approved Employer||100%||2006-2022|
|EU Residence Card/ Settlement Scheme||100%||2006-2022|
I am concerned that I might loose money, how I know bank details are genuine?
Almost all the banks in the UK now verify the bank account and account title. While making payment, when you will enter ZR Visas as account title, sort code and account number, your bank will verify the Account title which should be ZR Visas. Our bank account is a business account. Your booking confirmation email will have our business bank account details to make payment. Feel free to contact us if you have a question or concern.
Benefits of using a Registered Immigration Adviser
Advisers must be open and honest with you about your prospects of success and should only advise you to proceed with an application if you have a realistic chance of being granted leave to enter or remain in the UK.
An OISC registered immigration adviser:
- will have a 10 digit registration number (our registration no. is F201100207 and be listed on the OISC register of regulated firms.
- must have a good and up-to-date knowledge of the UK’s immigration law and practice
- is bound to act in your best interests and give you accurate advice
- must keep any advanced payment made to them in a separate client account until services are provided, and have proper accounting records
- must keep proper client records for 6 years
- is authorised to represent you and must tell you about your visa or other outcome in a timely manner
- undertakes continuing professional development in order to maintain knowledge of immigration law and policy
- can charge fees only that are appropriate for the complexity of the work undertaken
- can only give advice appropriate to the level they are authorised to by the OISC
- must have an established complaint scheme should things go wrong
- must carry insurance against giving poor advice
Unregulated advisers do not give you these benefits and are acting illegally
Risks of using an Unregistered Immigration Adviser
A person who is not registered with the OISC or a member of an approved professional body has not been assessed as being fit and competent to provide you with immigration advice or services.
Such advisers may have little or no knowledge of immigration law and practice. They cannot be held to account by the OISC or any other regulator for their actions, or any money you have paid to them.
A registered immigration adviser should not claim to be able to influence or predetermine the outcome of your application, or arrange for your application to receive priority processing.