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Oriya translation services for UK Visa applicants from India

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When will you need a Visa

If you are a citizen of India and want to visit the United Kingdom, you will most probably need a UK visa to enter the United Kingdom. There are different types of UK Visas (enlisted below) and the purpose of your visit will determine the type of Visa you will require. Please keep in mind that the Government of United Kingdom has very stringent visa laws. So once you have planned to visit the UK for any purpose, its best to plan ahead and obtain the right type of Visa before making any travel bookings.

You will have to submit many supportive documents along with your Visa application. It is very much possible that these documents were originally written in Oriya if you belong to any of the following states: Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh. Significant numbers of Odia speakers can also be found in the cities of Vishakhapatnam, Hyderabad, Pondicherry, Bangalore, Chennai, Goa, Mumbai, Raipur, Jamshedpur, Baroda, Ahmedabad, New Delhi, Kolkata, Kharagpur, Guwahati, Shillong, Pune, and Silvassa.

Different types of UK Visas

  1. Standard Visitor visa
  2. Permitted Paid Engagement visa
  3. Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Creative and sporting) visa
  4. Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Creative and sporting) visa
  5. Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Charity Worker) visa
  6. Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Government Authorised Exchange) visa
  7. Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Charity Worker) visa
  8. Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - Religious Worker) visa
  9. Domestic Workers in a Private Household visa
  10. Tier 2 (Intra-company Transfer) visa
  11. Tier 2 (General) visa
  12. Tier 5 (Temporary Worker - International Agreement) visa
  13. Tier 2 (Sportsperson) visa
  14. Tier 2 (Minister of Religion) visa
  15. Tier 1 (Investor) visa
  16. Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa
  17. Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) visa
  18. Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) visa
  19. UK Ancestry visa
  20. Domestic Workers in a Private Household visa
  21. Representative of an Overseas Business visa
  22. Short-term study visa
  23. Tier 4 (General) student visa
  24. Tier 4 (Child) student visa
  25. Direct Airside Transit visa
  26. Visitor in Transit visa
  27. ‘Family of a settled person’ visa 
  28. EEA family permit
  29. Marriage Visitor visa
  30. Parent of a Tier 4 child visa
  31. Exempt vignette
  32. UK visa for diplomat's dependant

Certified Translation of supporting documents while applying for a UK Visa

According to the Government of United kingdom, all supportive documents should be originally written in either English or Welsh languages. If they are written in any other language, then they must be accompanied by a full translation (in English or Welsh languages) which can be independently verified by the Home Office. Further as specified by the Government of UK, all such translation documents should be proper certified translations.

To certify and translate document that’s not written in English or Welsh, the translation company should confirm in writing on the translation:

  1. That it’s a ‘true and accurate translation of the original document’,
  2. The date of the translation, and
  3. The full name and contact details of the translator or a representative of the translation company.

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List of supportive documents to be submitted along with your Visa application

There are many supportive documents that have to be provided along with your Visa application. Some documents are compulsory while others are not. List of important documents that are often attached to most successful visa applications include documents such as:

  1. Valid travel document (national passport or other document that allows the holder to travel internationally)
  2. Previous travel documents/passports, which show previous travel.
  3. Financial documents showing that you have sufficient funds available. These must clearly show that you have access to the funds, such as:
    1. bank statements
    2. building society book
    3. proof of earnings such as a letter from employer confirming employment details (start date of employment, salary, role, company contact details)
    4. where a third party (who is either in the UK or who will be legally in the UK at the time of your visit) is providing financial support to you e.g. a business, a friend or a relative, documents to show they have sufficient resources to support you in addition to themselves and any dependant family should be provided
  4. Confirmation of legal residence, if you are not a national of the country in which you are applying or your right to reside there is not included in your passport.
  5. Details of employment or studies where you have stated in your application that you are either employed or in full-time studies. This could include:
    1. a letter from your employer on company headed paper, detailing your role, salary and length of employment
    2. a letter from your education provider, on headed paper, confirming your enrolment and leave of absence. Get your education documents translated by the best translation company in UK.
  6. If self employed: business registration documents confirming the business owner’s name and the date the business started trading.
  7. Business activities – where you are coming to the UK in order to undertake activities relating to your occupation/employment outside the UK you should submit documents showing what you will be doing in the UK, including any letters from inviting organisations. For example:
    1. Any business activities, e.g. letter from your employer outlining the reason for your visit, who you will be meeting and details of any payment/expenses
    2. For performances and entertainment visitors, whether you work in this area as a professional or amateur , and what and where you will be performing
  8. If you are under 18 years it is strongly recommended that you submit the following information as otherwise it may delay consideration of your application:
    1. a Birth Certificate or legal document (such as adoption papers) showing the relationship between you and your parent or guardian. If the concerned document is in Oriya, then please ensure that you are attaching a proper certified legal translation as well.
  9. If travelling unaccompanied or with someone other than your parent(s) you should provide:
    1. A signed letter from your parent(s) confirming details of anyone accompanying you, and details of care and accommodation arranged in the UK
    2. A copy of your parent(s) or legal guardian’s biographical page of their passport, which includes their signature and passport number if your parent(s) do not have a passport then you must provide another official document which bears their signature
If any of these documents were originally written in the Oriya language, you will need a proper certified English or Welsh translation of such documents. We have years of experience providing certified translation services in UK for all kinds of Visa applications.

Official languages of India and translation services we provide

Including English there are 23 major languages which are officially recognized by the Constitution of India. Though English is not included in the Eight Schedule of the Constitution of India, but holds the status of an official language. It is a widely accepted language and is extensively used by the Central Government of India.

According to the 2001 Census of India, India is home to 122 major languages and 1599 other languages. These languages belong to at least 6 major families of languages which are the Indo-Aryan language family, Dravidian language family, Austroasiatic language family, Sino-Tibetan language family, Tai–Kadai language family and the Great Andamanese languages.

Oriya Language

oriya language distribution in India

Oriya belongs to the Indo Aryan family of languages. According to the 2001 Census of India, there were about 33 million Oriya speakers in India which accounted for 3.21% of the total population. Oriya is primarily spoken in the Indian states of Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh. Significant numbers of Odia speakers can also be found in the cities of Vishakhapatnam, Hyderabad, Pondicherry, Bangalore, Chennai, Goa, Mumbai, Raipur, Jamshedpur, Baroda, Ahmedabad, New Delhi, Kolkata, Kharagpur, Guwahati, Shillong, Pune, and Silvassa.

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Oriya professional translation services

We are one of the best translation companies and a leading translation agency in London. Our highly qualified team of certified translators provide a wide range of Hindi translation services and professional Oriya translation services, which includes:

  1. Document translation services
  2. Interpreting services
  3. Simultaneous Interpreting services
  4. Legal Translation Services
  5. Subtitling Services
  6. Technical Translation Services
  7. Website Translation Services

Countries exempted from needing a UK Visa

If you have a valid passport or a national identity card issued by a member country of the European Single Market, you won't need a UK Visa to visit the United Kingdom. Such passport or national identity card must be valid for the whole of your stay. European Single Market is a single market that seeks to guarantee the free movement of people in its member countries.

Member countries of the European Single Market include European Union (EU) member countries, which are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK, European Economic Area (EEA) member countries, which includes the above mentioned EU countries and also Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, and one more country, the Switzerland. It should be noted that there has been no change to the rights and status of EU nationals in the UK, and UK nationals in the EU, as a result of the referendum.

 

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