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Tier 4 Child Student Visa

WORKING WITH YOU TO SECURE A BETTER EDUCATION FOR YOUR CHILD

Westkin Associates works closesly with a range of educational establishments across the U.K. This means that we are in the ideal position to help you to secure your visa and a world class education for your children. Aside from providing Tier 4 General Student services, Westkin Associates also provides a service for Tier 4 Child Visas. We understand the importance of your child’s education and will work closely with you to build the strongest case for your application, and by extension visa, to be granted.

The U.K is well known for its exceptional educational institutes. Not only are its universities and higher educational institutes respected around the world, its primary and secondary schools are popular study destinations for child students from across the world. Over the last decade there has been an increasing trend in international child students  studying in the U.K and we at Westkin Associates are experienced in matters relating to this visa category. Start building a brighter future for your child today by contacting us at info@westkin.com or on 0207 1184 546

Why Weskin Assocaites for your Tier 4 Child Visa?

Westkin Associates have over 16 years experience dealing with all UK bound immigration matters. As such, our teams have the wealth of knolwedge and experience needed to assist you with your application. We offer a transparent and fair pricing structure that allow you to plan around your needs. We have a dedicated team who specialise in Tier 4 Child Visas that can advise you exactly what we can do to assist you in the granting of your visa. We handle ever step of the application meaning that you can leave your application to the experts.

We have provided an outline of some of the criteria to bear in mind when applying for a Tier 4 Child Visa below. Of course, by contacting one of our expert immigration lawyers we are able to tailor our advice around your exact needs. 

The UK Home Office allows for children and adult students to enter the UK for the purpose of study at a recognised course.

The Tier 4 (Child) route is designed for children who intend to be educated at independent fee paying schools (also known as private schools), in the UK.

The minimum age a child will need to be in order to be eligible for the visa is 4 years old, and the oldest would be 17 years old at the eldest age. After that, applicants will need to apply under the adult route.

Tier 4 (Child) visa holders cannot study at publicly funded state schools.

Those who wish to study at publicly funded institutions as a child can only do so at further education colleges who are authorised to charge at international student rates.

In order for the visa to be successful, applicants must be able to score 40 points. Applicants will get 30 points obtaining a CAS (Certificate of Acceptance to Study) and 10 points to demonstrate sufficient maintenance.

For further information on the visa, please contact our top visa and immigration specialists for more advice.

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