Upload UK Visa Documents
Our specialist immigration lawyers can help you to upload UK visa documents with affordable charges.
You can upload your supporting documents online free of charge. If you wish to self-upload your supporting documents, you should refer to the document checklist. However, if you are afraid of making a mistake or not uploading all the documents, you can contact our immigration lawyers.
Deluxe Law Chambers solely specialises in UK visas & immigration and therefore we provide high-quality UK visa and immigration services to our clients. The quality service provided by our UK immigration lawyers is self-evident from our 5-star Google Reviews.
Documents uploading charges
One-Off Immigration Services Fee
|Our Services||Fixed Fee (no VAT)|
|Detailed immigration advice and consultation session for 15 minutes||£25|
|Detailed immigration advice and consultation session for half an hour||£60|
|Detailed immigration advice and consultation session for one hour||£85|
|Immigration Documents Checking Service||£350|
|Service for completion of UK visa and immigration application form||From £300 to £500|
|Service for submitting your UK visa and immigration application through Priority or Super Priority Service||£240|
|Service for preparing detailed cover letter in support of your UK visa and immigration application||From £200 to £350|
|Service for uploading supporting documents online in support of the UK visa and immigration application||From £250 to £400|
One-off UK visa and immigration services
As one of the best UK immigration lawyers, we offer one-off UK visa and immigration services including following:
- One-off immigration consultation and advice session
- Immigration documents checking service
- Application form filling service
- Preparing a cover letter for your UK visa application
- Uploading supporting documents
- Securing a super priority slot for your UK visa application
Upload Supporting documents
To obtain a UK visa, you must upload the supporting documents. If you fail to upload the required supporting documents, your application may be refused.
Who can use the self-upload service
If you use the ‘UK Immigration: ID Check’ app to scan your identity document, you’ll use the self-upload service when you apply.
You cannot use this service if you have your fingerprints and photograph taken at a visa application centre (VAC) or UK Visa and Citizenship Services (UKVCAS) service point. You can upload documents using our commercial partner websites instead, or pay for an Added Value Service to submit your documents at your appointment at a visa application service or UKVCAS service point.
What to upload?
You can check what documents you’ll need before you apply. This information is usually on the visa guide of the visa you’re applying for. There’s also a document checklist on the application form.
You’ll be asked to upload specific evidence based on the answers you provide earlier in your application. For example, a copy of your passport or birth certificate.
You may have to upload the same evidence more than once.
Prepare your documents
You can either scan your document or take a photo of it. The full document must be visible on the scan or photo.
Take a photo of your document
You can take a photo using either a smartphone camera or digital camera.
When you take your photo make sure:
- the area you’re in is well lit
- the document is in focus on your camera screen
- the flash is off on your camera if you’re taking a photo of a reflective document – for example, a laminated passport page
You must save the photo as one of the following file types:
Most smartphones and digital cameras automatically save photos as one of these file types.
Give your photo file a descriptive name. For example, ‘bank statement 2019’.
If you took a photo using your smartphone and you’re completing the application form on the same phone, you should be able to upload your photo directly from your phone to the application form.
If you took a photo using your smartphone but are using another device to complete your application, you’ll need to transfer your photo to the device you’re applying on. For example, if you’re applying on a laptop, you’ll need to send the photo from your phone to your laptop. You can usually do this by:
- emailing the photo to yourself and opening on your other device
- using a cable to connect your phone with your other device
- sending the image via Bluetooth
If you took a photo using a digital camera, you’ll need to transfer your photo from the camera to the device you’re applying on. You can usually do this by:
- taking the memory card (sometimes known as an SD card) out of the camera and inserting it into a desktop computer or laptop
- using a cable to connect your camera with your other device
Scan your document
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions on your scanner to scan your document.
When you create your scan make sure:
- the document is flat against the surface of the scanner
- nothing is covering the information on the document
You must save the scan as one of the following file types:
Most scanners automatically save scans as one of these file types.
Give your file a descriptive name. For example, ‘bank statement 2019’.
If your scanner is connected to the device you’re completing your application form on, you should be able to upload your file directly from your device to the application form.
If you’re applying on a different device to the one your scanner is connected to, you’ll need to transfer your file to the device you’re applying on.
Upload your documents
You need to upload your documents once you reach the evidence section of the application form. Click ‘upload evidence’ next to the evidence you want to upload and then ‘choose file’ to select the file you need.
If your upload is successful, you’ll see it under the ‘Files added’ heading on the application form. You can then add more files if you need to. Repeat these steps for each type of evidence you’re asked to upload.
Check your evidence and make any changes needed before you submit it. You cannot upload any other evidence after you submit.
If you need further help
Choosing the right and best immigration lawyer for your immigration needs can be stressful. While it could seem like a difficult choice, let us simplify things for you. Here are a few good reasons why you should choose Deluxe Law Chambers to assist you with your UK visas and immigration matters.
Our commitment to affordability means that you can receive expert advice without straining your finances. Our success hinges on transparency. We believe in keeping you informed about every step of the process, ensuring that you understand your options and the potential outcomes.
- REGULATED – We are regulated and approved immigration lawyers by The Office Of The Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC).
- EXPERIENCE – Our firm rests on specialist immigration lawyers and solicitors with years of experience. Our well-earned experience distinguishes us from others.
- EXPERTISE – As your immigration lawyer, we offer unparalleled expertise. We don’t just understand and interpret the law, we keep an eye on the slightest changes.
- AUTHORITY – Our authority isn’t just about legal powers but is gained through genuine care and successful outcomes for our clientele. So, why choose just a lawyer when you can choose a trusted authority?
- TRUST – Our commitment to uphold your trust is unwavering. Our transparency and ethical conduct are treatments for the trust placed in us by our clients.
- DIRECT ACCESS – At Deluxe Law Chambers as your immigration lawyers, you will have direct access to your qualified lawyer 24/7.
- AFFORDABLE – We are a law firm with an affordable and fixed fee plan. We offer two installments to ensure you can pay easily.
A combination of our rich experience, deep-rooted expertise, trust authority, and unwavering commitment to our clients makes us your best choice.
So, why wait? Take your first step towards a successful immigration application with us.