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In order to apply for this visa to you must be 16 or over. Any applicant aged 16 or 17 must prove that they have their parent’s consent in order to be eligible.

Other important requirements are to be able to speak, read. write and understand English and have been offered a place on a course by a licensed student sponsor. A CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies) number substituting the Acceptance Letter must be sent to you by the educational institution. You must apply for this visa within 6 months of receiving the CAS number. You also must have enough money to support yourself and pay not only for your education but also to cover travel, accommodation and other possible expenses.

With this permit the UK Government may grant you a 20-hour part-time permit per week. You may bring dependent partners and / or children to live with you during your studies in the UK. As a Tier 4 (General) Student visa holder, you may be able to switch into another visa category to allow you to work in full time basis when you complete your education.

If you are applying from outside the UK, the earliest date you can apply is 6 months before the start of your course, and you will usually get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks. If you are applying from inside the UK, the earliest date you can apply is 3 months before your course starts. You must apply before your current visa expires and your new course must begin within 28 days of your current visa expiring. You will usually get a decision within 8 weeks. Home Office fees for a Student Visa; for applications from outside the UK £348 and for applications from inside the UK £475.

ECAA Turkish Businessperson Extension Application

In order to apply for this visa to you must be 16 or over. Any applicant aged 16 or 17 must prove that they have their parent’s consent in order to be eligible.

Other important requirements are to be able to speak, read. write and understand English and have been offered a place on a course by a licensed student sponsor. A CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies) number substituting the Acceptance Letter must be sent to you by the educational institution. You must apply for this visa within 6 months of receiving the CAS number. You also must have enough money to support yourself and pay not only for your education but also to cover travel, accommodation and other possible expenses.

With this permit the UK Government may grant you a 20-hour part-time permit per week. You may bring dependent partners and / or children to live with you during your studies in the UK. As a Tier 4 (General) Student visa holder, you may be able to switch into another visa category to allow you to work in full time basis when you complete your education.

If you are applying from outside the UK, the earliest date you can apply is 6 months before the start of your course, and you will usually get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks. If you are applying from inside the UK, the earliest date you can apply is 3 months before your course starts. You must apply before your current visa expires and your new course must begin within 28 days of your current visa expiring. You will usually get a decision within 8 weeks. Home Office fees for a Student Visa; for applications from outside the UK £348 and for applications from inside the UK £475.

Tier 4 Child Student Visa

An applicant between the ages of 4 and 17 years old, who intends to study in a UK institution for at least six months, can apply for a Child Student Visa. In order to apply for this visa, you must have an unconditional offer of a place on a course at an independent school and be able to show you’ll have access to enough money to support you in the UK and pay for your course and other expenses. You must prove that you have the consent of your parent or guardian to study in the UK. How long you can stay depends on your age on the date you apply and the length of your course, however, you can arrive in the UK up to 1 month before your course starts.

While you study at an independent school, if you’re 16 or over you can work in a part-time basis during term for up to 10 hours per week.

This visa does not permit to apply for settlement, but time spent under the category can count towards ten years lawful residence in the UK for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) purposes. You cannot bring family members (‘dependants’) – if a parent wants to accompany you, they’ll need to apply for a Parent of a Child Student visa.

If you are applying from outside the UK, the earliest date you can apply is 6 months before you start your course and you will usually get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks. If you are applying from inside the UK, the earliest date you can apply is 3 months before your course starts. You must apply before your current visa expires and your new course must begin within 28 days of your current visa expiring. You’ll usually get a decision within 8 weeks. Home Office fees for a Student Visa; for applications from outside the UK £348 and for applications from inside the UK £475.

Tier 4 Child Student Visa

An applicant between the ages of 4 and 17 years old, who intends to study in a UK institution for at least six months, can apply for a Child Student Visa. In order to apply for this visa, you must have an unconditional offer of a place on a course at an independent school and be able to show you’ll have access to enough money to support you in the UK and pay for your course and other expenses. You must prove that you have the consent of your parent or guardian to study in the UK. How long you can stay depends on your age on the date you apply and the length of your course, however, you can arrive in the UK up to 1 month before your course starts.

While you study at an independent school, if you’re 16 or over you can work in a part-time basis during term for up to 10 hours per week.

This visa does not permit to apply for settlement, but time spent under the category can count towards ten years lawful residence in the UK for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) purposes. You cannot bring family members (‘dependants’) – if a parent wants to accompany you, they’ll need to apply for a Parent of a Child Student visa.

If you are applying from outside the UK, the earliest date you can apply is 6 months before you start your course and you will usually get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks. If you are applying from inside the UK, the earliest date you can apply is 3 months before your course starts. You must apply before your current visa expires and your new course must begin within 28 days of your current visa expiring. You’ll usually get a decision within 8 weeks. Home Office fees for a Student Visa; for applications from outside the UK £348 and for applications from inside the UK £475.

Short-Term Study Visa

This visa is for students on English language courses lasting longer than 6 months and up to 11 months.

You cannot study on any other course or change your course while in the UK under this category. You cannot extend this visa or switch to another category in the UK, nor can you work or carry out any business in the UK.

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