Do you have UK heritage in your family? If you do, you may be eligible for the UK Ancestry Visa! This visa allows you to live and work unrestricted in the UK for up to 5 years and is one of the most popular visas available.
The application process for this type of visa can be very stressful, time consuming, and daunting – as there are many rules, requirements and documents needed to support it. The Working Holiday Club will ensure your application is 100% correct and complete before submission.
Our licensed visa migration agents will call you to go through the steps of the application process and answer any questions you may have. They will be available throughout your entire application to assist you to step by step to ensure your visa is approved firstime.
Our professional licensed migration agents will help you every step of the way to ensure your application is approved first time around. 100% first-time approval guaranteed, or you will receive a full refund
Everyone who works in the UK requires a National Insurance (NI) Number, We assist you in obtaining an NI number. You can start work before your NI number arrives if you can prove you can work in the UK. You should tell your employer that you’ve applied for one, and give it to them when you have it.
During orientation, our UK program coordinator will help you set up your UK Bank Account.
We host weekly walking tours of the London city sites every Wednesday and we also host meet and greet pub crawls for new arrivals every Thursday evening. Your first pub crawl ticket is included with your program and you get a 50% discount on any future crawls you want to jump on too.
Get 10% off the Generator London Hostel - a modern, affordable and centrally located place to stay.
You will receive a UK SIM card on 02 network so you can take and receive calls in the United Kingdom!
Simply put, we will complete the whole UK Ancestry Visa application for you!
If you’ve had a criminal conviction in the past, you may or may not be eligible depending on the circumstances.
If this is the case, please don’t hesitate to contact us so we can assess your case.
So, are you made of the right stuff? Do you tick the appropriate boxes? If so, your dream of living in the British Isles could be close enough to touch! It’s just a matter of applying for the the UK Ancestry visa, and that’s where we come in!
*Fees correct as of 6th April 2022 and subject to change without notice. The visa price above is independent of our working Holiday club Visa Service fee and does not include the Immigration Health Surcharge, applicable fees, or Biometric Appointment fees payable at a processing centre in Australia, New Zealand, or Canada. These are all UK Visa and Immigration fees that you pay to obtain your UK visa.
A one of fee of $299AUD for our licensed migration agents to assist with your application start to finish and ensure it is approved first time round. You will also receive an arrival services appointment and ongoing support from our London office once in the UK.
The arrival services appointment includes:
Optional passport courier fee of $24AUD (or you can opt to pick up your passport from the location of your Biometrics appointment)
As part of the application process, UK Ancestry visa applicants are required to participate in a mandatory biometric appointment which involves having your fingerprints and a photo taken at a visa application centre, or a Biometric Enrolment centre. This is a standard part of the process. Don’t worry, it won’t hurt a bit! Please note that at some locations in Australia and Canada you will be required to pay an additional surcharge for your biometric appointment. We will discuss these fees with you in advance of your appointment, based on your appointment location in your home country.
National Insurance Number (often called NIN or NINO) is similar to your Tax File Number in Australia, IRD in New Zealand or SIN number in Canada. In the UK the NI number is also used as a form of identification by many departments including the free NHS healthcare system.
You can start work before your National Insurance number arrives if you can prove you can work in the UK. You should tell your employer that you’ve applied for one, and give it to them when you have it.
To apply for a National Insurance number, you’ll need to apply by phone.
You may have a National Insurance (NI) number printed on the back of your biometric residence permit (BRP). You don’t need to apply for a National Insurance number if you already have one, or one is printed on your BRP. You may have a National Insurance (NI) number printed on the back of your BRP. Not all BRPs have this – it depends on factors like the date it was issued and your visa status.
If you don’t have a National Insurance number, you must apply. You can only apply for a National Insurance number once you are in the UK. You must have the right to work or study in the UK to get a National Insurance number.
When you phone, you will need to give the operator the following:
As part of the NIN application, you’ll be required to attend an Evidence of Identity (EOI) interview at your closest job centre. Date, time and location details for this interview will be given over the phone when you’re applying for your National Insurance number, you’ll also be sent a letter in the post from Job Centre Plus, confirming your appointment details, within 3-5 days of the call. You’ll be given a reference number which you’ll need to take to your appointment.
At the interview you’ll be asked about your circumstances and why you need a National Insurance number.
Your appointment letter will also tell you which documents to bring to prove your identity.
If you’re travelling on an Australian or New Zealand Passport this will be:
If your travelling on a British or EU passport this will be:
You’ll be told at the interview how long it’ll take to receive your National Insurance number, this is usually 3-5 weeks dependent on processing times.
All Australian, New Zealand and Canadian citizens will be provided with access to the National Health Service (NHS) for the duration of your visa. You will still need to pay for certain types of services such as prescriptions, dental treatment, eye test, and assisted conception. The immigration health surcharge is payable at the time of purchasing the UK Ancestry visa. You should take your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) when you access health care in the UK.
The mandatory UK Immigration Health Surcharge for this visa is £3120GBP.
For applicants under the age of 18 at the time of application the Immigration Health Surcharge for this visa is £2350GBP.
If you make one small (very) common mistake on your visa application or unknowingly fail to provide the correct supporting documentation, your application will be refused, and UKVI will not refund your visa fee. Our experienced staff have an in-depth knowledge of UK visa categories as well as processes and will ensure that your application is a successful one.
Easy! Just ring us on 1300 295 579, or email email@example.com
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