Well, the time is ripe for you to apply for a UK visa right now.
Filipinos! UK needs you—Filipinos wanting to immigrate to the UK are going to have a high probability of getting their UK visas approved by the UK immigration department. Yes, the UK Embassy, Manilla has, in a recent press release, clarified that the UK welcomes Filipinos wanting to come to the UK.
And there is no truth in the notion that Filipinos may face difficulties in getting a UK visa.
UK visa approval rate for Filipinos is more than 90 percent. So, Filipinos wanting to come to the UK are most welcome to apply for UK visas.
High approval rate for UK Visas—Around 90 percent of applications for UK visas from the Philippines have been approved in the period of 12 months till March 2014. And there has been an increase of 27 percent in the number of UK visas issued to Filipinos during the period(49,000 UK visas to Filipinos).
Its not unusual now to see more and more Filipinos coming to the UK for business or for travel. And the aim of the UK is to keep welcoming an increased number of foreigners from the Philippines to the nation.
Tips for ensuring approval of UK visa applications—Do you want to increase the probability of getting your UK visa application approved by the UK immigration authorities? Then be sure to abide by the following vital tips for getting your UK visa application approved.
• Apply early for UK visas;
• Apply with all the required documents for UK visas;
• Be sure and clear about the purpose of your UK visit
• Submit the required UK visa fee along with the UK Visa application form.
• Adhere to the requirements of the UK visas keeping in view the category of UK immigration scheme you have chosen for immigrating to the UK.
Whether you need a long-term UK visit visa or you need a short-term UK visit visa depends on the period for which you want to stay in the UK.
The UK has nearly 200,000 Filipinos living and the number has been growing slowly and steadily. And the UK offers a plethora of opportunities of jobs for those who intend to work legally in the UK by following various requirements and rules.