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.

Grenfell survivors granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK

13 Oct 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster who had an uncertain UK immigration status have been granted the opportunity to gain indefinite leave to remain in the UK. Ministers have made the decision to extend a UK visa scheme that originally allowed a one-year grace period for foreign natio...

More than one million immigrants living in Britain without UK visa

11 Oct 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

According to former Home Office chief David Wood, more than one million immigrants are currently living in Britain without a UK visa “under the radar”. Mr Wood, who worked as head of UK immigration enforcement until 2015, told MPs at the beginning of the month that these illeg...

Make it easier for doctors to secure UK visas, minister urged

09 Oct 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The Royal College of GPs has urged Home Secretary Amber Rudd to add family doctors to the UK’s list of shortage occupations to make the UK visa process simpler for overseas GPs to help fill gaps in the sector. In a letter to Ms Rudd, GP leaders called for doctors to be labelled a ke...

Number of relatives granted UK visas to live with family falls

06 Oct 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The number of people granted a UK visa to allow them to live with their relatives in Britain has dropped significantly in the past ten years, according to an analysis conducted by The Independent. A study of UK immigration statistics has revealed that the number of children, spouses and d...

British man split from family after UK spouse visa refusal

04 Oct 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

A British man has been told he will not be granted a UK spouse visa for his Ecuadorian wide even though the couple having three young children. According to Dan Newton, 41, he and his wife lived in the UK for one year with their first child before they moved to Abu Dhabi for over four yea...

UK immigration expert calls for anti-social hours visas

02 Oct 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

A UK immigration policymaker has called for the introduction of an “anti-social hours visa” after Brexit in order to aid EU workers who wish to work night shifts in Britain. According to David Goodhart, head of demography, immigration and integration at think tank Policy Excha...

Tory MP urges UK visa deal for EU musicians

29 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Conservative MP Bernard Jenkin has called for the government to guarantee EU musicians easy access to UK visas or free movement once Brexit negotiations are over. Speaking at a party meeting, Mr Jenkin warned that any restrictions placed on top European musicians as part of the Brexit pro...

Home Office UK visa delays labelled inhumane by lawyers

27 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

UK immigration lawyers have labelled the Home Office “inhumane” after figures revealed some economic migrants are living without passports or UK visas for up to two years due to delays in their residency applications. According to statistics seen by the BBC, many families are ...

UK visas for European citizens ‘vital for Scotland’

25 Sep 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The availability of UK visas for European citizens is important to the success of businesses in Scotland following Brexit, according to the SNP government’s Brexit minister Michael Russell. Speaking after a meeting in London, Mr Russell suggested that the reduction in freedom of mov...

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...