Carl founded Visalogic in 2006. He serves as the Director, while also working directly with new and existing clients and providing professional immigration advice to some of the UK's most successful companies, hospitality service providers, and sporting organisations. Carl has been involved in UK immigration for over 20 years and has a wealth of commercial experience and real world know-how that he uses on a daily basis to ensure UK employers and the skilled migrants they employ are compliant with UK immigration laws and regulations.

Campaign urges Home Office to grant UK visa to musician

22 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

More than 41,000 people have signed a petition calling for a celebrated Syrian musician to be granted a UK visa so he can perform at a British music festival following the rejection of his initial application. According to Euronews.com, Syrian refugee Ibrahim Keivo was due to play a tradi...

Banks to check 70m accounts in mass UK immigration search

20 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Banks and building societies are set to carry out UK immigration checks on more than 70 million current accounts from January 2017 in an extension of Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans to create a “hostile environment” for illegal immigration in Britain. According to The...

Toxic UK visa rhetoric ‘fuelled by government’, says report

18 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

A new report compiled by a cross-party group of MPs has accused the government of unnecessarily boosting fears regarding UK visas and UK immigration among the British public. According to the report, the government has encouraged a surge in populist anti-immigration beliefs across Britain...

Father-of-six blocked from UK despite indefinite leave to remain in the UK

15 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

A father-of-six who has lived in the UK for 55 years has been blocked from returning to the UK after a trip to Jamaica despite having previously been granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK. Junior Green, who has lived in Britain since the age of six, flew to Kingston in Jamaica in J...

Excessive UK visa application fees boost Home Office profits

13 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

In a report published by The Guardian, the Home Office has been accused of rejecting UK visa applications on technicalities in order to increase their profits. The report revealed that the Home Office is receiving an additional 800 per cent profit from some applications as applicants are ...

Blair: Get tough on UK immigration to keep EU door open

11 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for new UK immigration rules to be put in place to keep Britain within the European Union (EU), while defending his own government’s open-door UK visa policy. Commenting on an alternative strategy, Blair suggested that the introduction of ...

Post-Brexit UK immigration plan leak dominates PMQ

08 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Theresa May’s appearance in the House of Commons for the most recent round of prime minister’s questions (PMQ) is set to be overshadowed by the leak of the Home Office’s post-Brexit UK immigration plan. Dated from the beginning of August, the leak revealed plans for free...

Mother deported after 30 years granted UK visa

06 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

A mother-of-two who was deported from Britain after 30 years has reportedly been granted a reprieve by the Home Office and given a UK visa. Irene Clennell, who was based in County Durham, was the main carer for her husband when she was placed in a UK immigration detention centre before sh...

Home Office confirms citizenship after British man asked to apply for UK visa

04 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

A man born in the UK has been asked to leave the country if he fails to obtain a UK visa, despite having been born in Britain and having lived in the UK all his life. Shane Ridge, 21, received a letter from the Home Office in August stating that his driving licence had been revoked and th...

Oxford University student wins indefinite leave to remain in the UK

01 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

A student who faced deportation and losing a place at Oxford University due to uncertainties with his UK immigration status has won his right to indefinite leave to remain in the UK. Brian White, 21, had his application to become a British citizen by naturalisation visa his adoptive paren...