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I am trying to find a few visa specialists who could help prep a Tier-4 visa. I want to avoid anyone who could be a scam. Are there any known and trusted visa specialist firms in the United States?

I am looking both at doing the process myself and at working with a firm specializing in uk visa apps. I am purely in the research phase and want to see if anyone here can point me in the right direction.
 

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Can't help you with a list of trustworthy visa specialists in the US (or the UK, for that matter) but don't see why you can't just do the visa yourself, with the help of the people on this board, provided you have a good immigration record.

Whilst we aren't specialists in immigration by any stretch of the imagination, we have collectively "been there, done that, got the visa" and are willing to offer suggestions of paths to take that have the least amount of resistance from the Home Office..

Another suggestion would be to contact the International Student Services office of the school of your choice to see if they have any names/suggestions of reputable immigration agents who are based 'Stateside... surely they'd have a contact name or two.


Anyway, good luck to you! :)
 

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If you are studying at a UK university, the international student office is usually staffed with registered immigration advisors who can give you reliable service free of charge. While they won't help with the actual process of application, they can answer any questions you may have about sponsorship, finance (maintenance), accommodation etc.
 
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