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.

Brexit could cost 70,000 city jobs due to UK immigration policy

14 Jul 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

 Up to 70,000 City jobs could be lost in the event that Britain leaves the Single Market when it leaves the European Union, according to a major report. Published by the Centre for London think tank, the report has called on London Mayor Sadiq Khan to be awarded a major role in the E...

May under pressure to drop UK immigration target

12 Jul 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

 Prime Minister Theresa May has been warned to drop her target of reducing UK immigration numbers after a report warned that Brexit is already leaving many UK companies struggling to recruit enough staff. According to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), the body repre...

Two restaurants raided over illegal UK immigrants

10 Jul 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The owners of two Indian restaurants in Cambridge are facing huge fines after UK immigration officials raided the sites and made several arrests. According to UK Visas and Immigration, formerly known as the UK Border Agency, some of their officers raided the Curry Queen in Mill Road and t...

120,000 Children Living in Britain Without a UK Visa

07 Jul 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

There could be as many as 120,000 “undocumented” children living in Britain without a UK visa or UK immigration status, according to a new report from a legal charity. According to the data, approximately half were born in the UK and have grown up among migrant communities. Ho...

May’s UK Immigration Offer to EU Workers May Create ‘Second-Class Citizenship’

05 Jul 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Prime Minister Theresa May has been warned that her current offer on EU worker’s rights regarding UK immigration and UK work permits following Brexit could lead to the creation of “second-class citizenship”. The warning comes as European Parliament’s lead Brexit n...

UK Immigration ‘Amnesty’ for Grenfell Tower Residents

03 Jul 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Any foreign nationals who have been directly affected by the Grenfell Tower fire will be allowed to stay in the country for 12 months regardless of their current UK immigration status, according to the Home Office. Officials revealed that the government department will not conduct UK immi...

Government holds back on details of Kent worker scheme

30 Jun 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The government is currently failing to commit to a seasonal workers scheme for Kent farmers following the EU referendum result, despite calls from the county’s unions and government figures. According to local farmers, MPs have been pressuring ministers for the introduction of a pil...

Immigration-fuelled skills shortages costing businesses £2bn

28 Jun 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Skills shortages in Britain, caused in part by strict UK work permit and immigration rules, are costing businesses more than £2 billion per year in higher salaries and temporary staff, according to new research. Conducted by the Open University, the study found that 90 per cent of 4...

UK ‘forced to move on immigration’ in return for trade deal

26 Jun 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Ministers may have to accept immigration compromises as part of the Brexit negotiations in order to secure trade deals, according to reports from government ministers. Prime Minister Theresa May’s tough stance on Brexit is unlikely to occur regarding immigration, UK sources have tol...

Opportunities for Tier 2 work permit scientists across Britain

23 Jun 2017 | Posted by Carl Thomas

According to a new report published by Cambridge News, cities around the UK are facing a talent shortage, with Cambridge in particular suffering from a significant lack if scientists, nurses and healthcare workers. In fact, the research, carried out by job site Adzuna, found that one fift...