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Capital City            : Warsaw
Currency                :  Zloty{PLN}
Local Time            :  GMT +1
Telephone Code   : +48
Bank                       : Closed on Saturday afternoon and Sunday
Exchange Rate      :100PLN(Polish Zloty) is equivalent to 19.08 BDT

A Standard Visitor visa costs £95.

The fee for a long-term Standard Visitor visa depends on its length:

2 years – £361

5 years – £655

10 years – £822

Short- term study visa Fees

it costs:

£97 for a 6 month visa

£186 for an 11 month visa

General student visa (Tier 4)

Fees

It costs £348 to apply for this visa from outside the UK.

You must pay £348 per person for any dependants.

General Work visa (Tier 2)

Fees

How much you pay for a Tier 2 (General) visa depends on the type of visa and where you are.

Visa Requirements:

Short- Term Study Visa Requirements:

Documents you must provide

When you apply you need to provide:

  • a current passport or other valid travel identification
  • evidence that you can support yourself during your trip, for example bank statements or payslips for the last 6 months
  • details of where you intend to stay and your travel plans – you should not pay for accommodation or travel until you get your visa
  • your tuberculosis (TB) test resultsif you’re from a country where you have to take the test and you’re coming to the UK for more than 6 months
  • contact details for at least one parent or guardian in your home country (if you’re under 18 years old)

You also need to provide a certified translation of any documents that are not in English or Welsh.

You need a blank page in your passport for your visa.

Documents about your course

You must provide proof of the course you’re studying, for example a letter of acceptance from the educational institution – on official headed paper, stating the course’s name, duration and cost (including accommodation).

You may need to provide additional documents depending on your circumstances, such as evidence of your:

  • previous study, for example academic certificates, references or transcripts
  • English language qualifications, for example certificates or awards
  • accommodation and travel plans
  • permission to be in the country you’re applying from (if you’re not a national)
  • financial sponsor’s occupation, income, savings or funds that will support your studies

If you’re under 18

If you’re under 18 you need to provide additional documents if:

  • you’re travelling on your own
  • you’re travelling with someone who is not your parent or guardian

Travelling on your own

You can travel to the UK without an adult (someone 18 or over).

Your parent or guardian needs to provide their:

  • written consent for you to travel to the UK
  • full contact details

They also need to provide proof that you have somewhere suitable to live during your stay in the UK, including:

  • the name and date of birth of the person that you will be staying with
  • an address where you will be living
  • details of your relationship to the person who’ll be looking after you
  • consent in writing so they can look after you during your stay in the UK

You must provide a letter from the school confirming it has notified the local authority of your visit and the details of who’ll be caring for you if:

  • you’re under 16 (or under 18 if you have a disability)
  • you’ll be looked after for more than 28 days by someone who is not a close relative (called ‘private foster care’)

You must include the reply from the local authority if the school has received one.

Travelling with an adult

When travelling to the UK with an adult (someone 18 or over), you need to identify them in your visa application.

Their name will appear on your visa, and you’ll be refused entry to the UK if you arrive in the UK without them.

You can identify up to 2 adults in your visa application, and your visa will only be valid if you travel with at least one of them.

The adult can apply for a visa at the same time, but you must each complete separate applications.

 
General Student Visa (Tier 4) Requirements:

Documents you must provide

When you apply you need to provide:

·         a current passport or other valid travel documentation

·         proof that you can support yourself and pay for your course – this will vary depending on your circumstances

·         proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18

·         proof of your relationship with your parent or guardian if you’re under 18

·         your tuberculosis test results if you’re from a country where you have to take the test

You need a blank page in your passport for your visa.

You may also need to provide additional documents depending on your circumstances.

General Student Visa (Tier 2) Requirements:

Documents you must provide

When you apply you need to provide:

·         your certificate of sponsorship reference number

·         proof of your knowledge of English

·         a bank or building society statement or letter that shows you have enough personal savings (unless your certificate of sponsorship shows your sponsor can support you)

·         a current passport or travel document to prove you can travel – you need a blank page in your passport for your visa

·         expired passports or travel documents if you need them to show your travel history

·         your tuberculosis test results if you’re from a listed country

·         a criminal record certificate – if you’re working with vulnerable people

If your documents are not in English or Welsh you’ll also need to provide a certified translation.

Read the guide for a list of documents you can provide.

You may need to provide additional documents depending on your circumstances.

Criminal record certificate

You’ll need to provide a criminal record certificate if you work in:

·         education, for example teachers, education advisers and school inspectors

·         healthcare, for example nurses, doctors, managers, pharmacists, dentists, ophthalmic opticians

·         therapy, for example psychologists, speech and language therapists

·         social services, for example social workers, managers, probation officers

Check the full list of professions that need to get a certificate.

You’ll need a certificate from any country you’ve stayed in for a total of 12 months or more over the last 10 years.