In a commitment to the improvement of UK Visas and Immigration Services (UKVI), changes have been made to the Access UK services by the UK’s Home Office to enable the enjoyment of a smooth and convenient application process.
These changes include the introduction of new technology, digitization of services and improvements to the online customer journey.
The Way it Works
The Access UK offer customers the ability to booking visa application center appointment and also scanning and uploading their supporting documents from their homes.
This can be done through the eDossier solo documents upload application which is offered by TLS, their commercial partner on Android and IOS, and the purpose of any additional service that will help enhance their experience.
Continuous uploading of supporting documents for the applications can be done until the day of the appointment.
This development implies that original documentation submission isn’t necessary, although individual passports will be required so that vignettes can be placed on it after the visa is granted.
The service is now global and also available in Ghana currently. Its availability on mobile devices makes it convenient to access the platform and complete applications, which is rather clear, brief and relevant to what the customer had answered before.
Applications can be edited, reviewed and downloaded before submission. Understanding the total cost is easy as fees are displayed in the appropriate local currency.
Furthermore, customers also enjoy the ability to book an appointment to submit their biometrics at their chosen VAC, self-upload supporting evidence and also pay for additional services if needed.
1. Quick and easier visa application through intuitive online form
2. Access to upload required documentation till the day of application
3. Ability to effect changes to the application at any moment.
4. Flexibility through using a mobile device
5. Selection of any suitable and available service for the customers, be it super-priority, priority, and standard.
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