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.

Ministers Relax UK Work Permit Rules for Polo Teams to Keep the Queen Happy

07 Jan 2020 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Reports suggest that in the midst of all the concerns around the UK work permit and visa opportunities for migrants after Brexit, there could be one professional that will continue to safely enter the UK. During 2016, the Home Office in the UK suspended a rule that allowed polo teams to e...

British Woman’s Husband Refused Entry to UK Just Before Christmas

05 Jan 2020 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Around the world, many people see Christmas as a time of family and togetherness. Unfortunately, a heavily pregnant British woman was unable to see her husband this Christmas, after he was refused entry to the country. Not only did the issue with the husband’s UK visa lead to a problematic ...

Think Tank Urges Government to Scrap Fees for Doctors to Use the NHS in the UK

03 Jan 2019 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Changes to the UK work permit under Boris Johnson’s new government suggest that it will soon be much easier for doctors and nurses to enter the UK and gain UK visas. However, the change to the...

How the Fast Track UK Work Permit will Work for Nurses and Doctors

30 Dec 2019 | Posted by Carl Thomas

On the 19th of December, the government of the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, re-confirmed its plans to introduce a new style of fast-track UK work permit and visa for qualified nurses and doctors from countries around the world. Johnson had already referenced NHS visa options in the past...

No Limits on UK Work Permits for Exceptional Candidates

29 Dec 2019 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The government has announced that it will be abolishing the cap on the number of fast-track UK work permits that are handed out to the exceptionally talented professionals coming into the country. The news was buried in various details following the Queen’s Speech, and it’s li...

Australian Professionals Could Stay in England without a UK Work Permit After Brexit

27 Dec 2019 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Numerous publications in the UK have reported that Australians coming to the UK could be free to live and work in the country without a tier 2 work permit after Brexit. This new strategy, which ignores the need for a traditional UK work permit, would be supported via a free trade agreement betwee...

Union Advises Universities to Pay UK Visa Fees

24 Dec 2019 | Posted by Carl Thomas

The University and College Union of the UK has said that the escalating costs of applying for a UK work permit, along with other immigration charges is creating a dangerous environment for talent. The issues regarding the tier 2 work permit today is apparently discouraging qualified individuals f...

NHS Physio Fights Deportation and Unfair Dismissal

23 Dec 2019 | Posted by Carl Thomas

A 39-year-old physiotherapist from Nigeria has been asked to leave the UK when her UK work permit became invalid recently. The NHS physiotherapist, Uju Onuigbo was told that she would have to leave the UK when she lost her job with the University Hospital of the North Midlands Trust. The loss of ...

How Can Scientists Access a UK Work Permit After Brexit?

20 Dec 2019 | Posted by Carl Thomas

After months of turmoil in Britain regarding decisions about UK visas, the tier 2 work permit, and the arrival of Brexit, the Conservative party has released more information about how immigration will change after Brexit. According to a cabinet minister from parliament, the UK will be attracting...

Boris Johnson Faces Claims of Racism After Recent UK Work Permit Update

16 Dec 2019 | Posted by Carl Thomas

Recently, Conservative leader Boris Johnson revealed his plans to adjust the UK work permit system and separate migrants into three separate categories. The new strategy would allow for award-winning professionals and highly skilled workers to achieve different kinds of UK visas that fast-track t...