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.

Govt backs down over visa for lifesaving trip

21 Oct 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The Home Office has made a U-turn on its decision not to award a UK visa to a Nigerian woman who applied to come to the UK to donate bone marrow to save her sister’s life.   Martha was identified as a 10 out of 10 match for sister May Brown, who lives in Dorset wi...

Students 'not to be removed from migrant statistics'

18 Oct 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

  The Government has denied it is considering removing international students from the UK’s migration figures, despite concern from the Chancellor, Philip Hammond.

Govt warned over low-skilled EU workers plans

18 Oct 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

  A number of business leaders have warned that plans to cut the number of low-skilled migrants coming to the UK from the European Union could lead to higher prices.

'Fewer overseas students overstaying' says leaked report

13 Oct 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

 A report being collated by the Home Office into how many overseas students overstay their UK visas reportedly says just one per cent do. Data from the report, which was leaked to The Times, has not been shared with other Government departments or published. The Home Office said ther...

MP criticises high visa charges for Chinese and Indian business people

11 Oct 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

  A Conservative MP says that the UK is losing Indian and Chinese business people to other countries because of high UK visa charges. ...

Three jailed over English language exam fraud

10 Oct 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The director of a college and two invigilators who arranged for other people to sit English exams on behalf of overseas students applying for UK student visas have been jailed.   Vikram Kolagatla, the director of New London College in London was sentenced to six yea...

Grandmother wins battle to stay in Britain

05 Oct 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

 A grandmother who came to the UK in 1968 has won her battle for indefinite leave to remain in Britain after being told she could be deported. Winnie Birkenhead came to the UK when her mother married a British ...

Home Secretary reveals new plan to limit student visas

04 Oct 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced changes to the UK visa system for overseas students coming to Britain to study. In her speech at the Cons...

Govt 'must look at domestic staff visas'

03 Oct 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The Government must act to change the UK visa system for migrant workers coming to Britain as domestic staff, according to the...

Visa mix-up leaves Indian-born mum facing deportation

30 Sep 2016 | Posted by Carl Thomas

An Indian-born woman who has been married to a Scottish former soldier for 13 years is facing deportation in a UK visa row.