Switching’ is where an applicant with one type of leave to remain or immigration status in the UK applies for leave to remain from inside the UK to seek stay under some other visa category. If you are not allowed by the Immigration Rules to switch your visa status from one visa category to the other, the application you make for variation of leave to remain may not succeed. It is therefore important to understand the switching rules to switch from one visa category to the other from inside the UK.

 Switching Into Spouse Visa UK
 Switching Into Civil Partner Visa
 Switching Into Unmarried Partner Visa
 Switching Into Same Sex Partner Visa
 Switching Into Tier 1 Entrepreneur
 Switching Into Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur
 Switching Into Tier 1 Investor Visa
 Switching Into Tier 1 Exceptional Talent
 Switching Into Tier 2 General
 Switching Into Tier 2 ICT
 Switching Into Tier 2 Minister Of Religion
 Switching Into Tier 2 Sportsperson
 Switching Into Tier 5 Creative & Sporting
 Switching Into Tier 5 Government Authorised Exchange
 Switching Into Tier 5 International Agreement
 Switching Into Turkish ECAA Businessperson Category
 Switching Into EEA 2 Residence Card
 Switching Into Tier 4 General Student
 Switching Into Tier 4 Child Student

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Sunrise Solicitors Limited

228 Merton High Street
South Wimbledon
London SW19 1AU

Telephone: 020 8543 0999

Fax: 020 8543 0900

Email: enquiries@sunrisesolicitors.co.uk 

Sunrise Solicitors is the trading name of Sunrise Solicitors Ltd and is registered under company registration no. 6405492. The registered office is at 228 Merton High Street, South Wimbledon, London SW19 1AU. A list of Directors and other members of staff is available for inspection at the registered office. Sunrise Solicitors are registered with the Solicitors Regulation Authority under SRA Registration No. 490903 and are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Sunrise Solicitors are also members of Immigration Law Practitioners' Association.