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.

COVID-19 Message from Visalogic

19 Mar 2020 | Visalogic

Dear All As we face unprecedented circumstances with the COVID-19 virus outbreak, Visalogic is well prepared for the disruption and drastic measures needed to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. Our key concern is the well-being of our staff members, their families, and our clients...

Fall in Applications for UK Work Permits Presents Problems for Private Sector

19 Feb 2020 | Carl Thomas

According to the latest figures from the Home Office, around 4,300 fewer applications for tier 2 work permits were made by workers from outside of the EU in the year between 2018-2019. These numbers specifically apply to the private sector, highlighting a severe reduction in the number of talente...

New UK Work Permit Rules Will Cause a Huge Drop in Migrants from the EU

17 Feb 2020 | Carl Thomas

Although the new rules around the UK work permit indicate that more skilled workers will be able to enter the UK thanks to a reduction in the income cap, the number of migrants is likely to drop. According to Boris Johnson, the new points-based immigration system introduced in the UK is d...

Employers Celebrate Call to Lower UK Work Permit Salary Threshold

15 Feb 2020 | Carl Thomas

The UK government and Boris Johnson are currently discussing a potential new plan to reduce the threshold on the amount an employee needs to earn each year to remain in the UK. According to a report published in the 28th of January from the MAC (migration advisory group), the current cap of &poun...

Sociologist UK Work Permit Fight Sparks Outrage

14 Feb 2020 | Carl Thomas

Following Brexit, the UK government has claimed that it will be doing everything possible to make sure that the country is open to global talent. Boris Johnson has now discussed reducing the cap on the amount that a person needs to earn to get a UK work permit. Additionally, there’s a new v...

Boris Johnson Plans to Reduce UK Work Permit Cap

12 Feb 2020 | Carl Thomas

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Priti Patel are both currently working on the finishing touches for a new set of UK visas and guidelines. This updated information on the work permit in the UK will include a reduction in the salary threshold for certain migrants, according to repor...

Finishing Touches Put on New UK Work Permit

11 Feb 2020 | Carl Thomas

Priti Patel, the UK home secretary, and Boris Johnson, Prime Minister, are preparing to announce the completed version of their new suggestions for immigration and UK work permits in the UK. The plans are expected to completely overhaul the way that UK visas are issued for people coming into the ...

Would a Reduction in UK Work Permit Threshold Improve the Public Sector?

09 Feb 2020 | Carl Thomas

Thresholds put in place to determine exactly how much a migrant needs to earn to live and work in the UK have been a source of heated conversation for several months now. The...

Should the UK Work Permit Threshold for Architects be Increased?

07 Feb 2020 | Carl Thomas

The Migration Advisory Committee, or MAC has been in the news a lot recently, providing information, guidance, and recommendations about the UK work permit rules following Brexit. According to MAC, not only should a full points-based system be rejected as a replacement for the tier 2 work permit,...

Migration Committee Says UK Work Permit Full Points System is No Good

05 Feb 2020 | Carl Thomas

The MAC group in the UK has rejected the idea of shifting the UK work permit structure to a full points immigration system. The group recently published detailed research which indicates what the reformed immigration system may look like after the freedom of movement is ended for EU nationals.