News, UK Visitor and Transit Visas

Move Up’s New Online Application

Today we announce Move Up’s latest product offering. A replica of the British governments online application (visa4uk.fco.gov.uk). This new offering serves to provide a much more user friendly experience. South Africans often complain about the visa4uk site -claiming it is difficult to access and process. To create an easier transaction, we have made this online application form […]

My British Passport has expired. Can I travel on my South African Passport?
British Passports, UK Visitor and Transit Visas

My British Passport has expired. Can I travel on my SA passport?

Have a British Passport that has expired? This article caters for those fortunate enough to hold dual nationality; to be more specific, South Africans who also hold British nationality. Adult passports are issued for a set 10 year validity period. This also means that they expire. In their busy lives, dual nationals (hereafter referred to […]

Family Dependency, News, Opinion Piece, UK Visitor and Transit Visas, UK Work Permit, Unique Visas Available, Visas

Move Ups’ February 2015 Summary on UK Visas

Given that we are already half way through February, this year seems to be getting off to a busy start. We are nearly ready to roll out phase 1 of our business improvement plan (running a bit behind schedule but excited nonetheless). Over the past few months, the UK government (and its politicians) have announced […]

Family Dependency, Move Up, News, Student Visas, UK Birth Rights, UK Visitor and Transit Visas, UK Work Permit, Unique Visas Available, Visas

Compulsory Online Payment for UK Visas

Effective 16 January 2012, South Africans are expected to process payment of their visa applications online through the Visa4UK website. This means that South Africans can no longer make use of cash deposits at Nedbank, EFT (Electronic Fund Transactions) or make use of Bank guaranteed cheques. Further to this, South Africans will not be granted […]