“UK has stopped accepting visa applications in Wuhan (China), Kingston (Jamaica), Kuwait City (Kuwait), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia), Lima (Peru), the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Miami, San Francisco and Seattle (USA), and Caracas (Venezuela).
Temporary closure of all India Visa Application Centres
In light of the current Coronavirus alert, the UK Visa Application Centres in India will be closed until further notice.
Customers affected can contact email@example.com for queries regarding your appointment.
We will continue to monitor the situation and post an update on this page.
We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.
Source – COVID-19: CUSTOMER ADVISORIES
The United Kingdom [UK] is one of the top destinations in the world for immigrants. One of the key drivers for this attraction is an excellent quality of life. There is good quality housing coupled with schools of reputable quality, not to mention that the UK is at the forefront of technology and innovation. UK universities provide significant avenues for research and work closely with businesses to drive innovation. Cities in the UK are well connected with a road, rail, and air network – also within the cities, there is vibrant city life.
With Brexit looming, The UK still enjoys a strong economy. The pound continues to perform robustly compared to other currencies around the world. London is one of the world’s financial centers, with plenty of banks, financial firms and other economic powerhouses that help boost the country’s economy. Residents in the UK enjoy access to a strong and well-funded national healthcare system called the NHS. The quality of healthcare is top-notch with some of the best doctors and researchers in the world practicing in the UK.
The UK also has a strong immigrant community allowing new arrivals to connect with people from similar backgrounds in the UK.