A person applying for UK Immigration may find that there are quite a few paths one can take toward relocating. Different types of Visitor Visas may be applicable to one who only wishes to visit for 6 months or more to test the waters or to work in the country without nationalisation processes.
But, a person who wishes to make the change permanent, there are a whole new set of rules and regulations involved. There is a Tier System to learn about so that one can decide which route is the right one for them. In fact, to become a naturalised citizen there are specific rules regarding who may become naturalised and who may not. It would be wise to read the booklets available on the UK Home Office UK Border Agency website.
Those who wish to attend school in the United Kingdom should learn about the new rules recently implemented that were designed to make the process less prone to visitors who would wish to enter the UK under false pretences. Learn how those rules will affect you before you begin the application process. This will also help you decide which student or child visa best suits your immigration needs.
The appeal process is very confusing to say the very least. Rather than attempt to file on your own, you should contact an Immigration Solicitor who can help you figure out which application is appropriate to the particulars of your case. The fees charged for appeals are applicable to most of the categories of visas the UK offers and the particular types of decisions and denials ordered.
Even a well-read and knowledgeable reader who may have great grasp of legalese would benefit from asking pointed questions before beginning the process for UK Immigration applications and appeals. Do your homework.