Cross Country Consultants

about cross country

Welcome to Cross Country Consultants

At Cross Country Consultants, we specialize in facilitating smooth and hassle-free visa acquisition processes for individuals seeking to explore opportunities in the United Kingdom. Our mission is to simplify the complex visa application journey, providing expert guidance and support every step of the way.
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why choose cross country

With years of experience in immigration consultancy, our team possesses in-depth knowledge of UK visa regulations and procedures. We stay updated on evolving policies to deliver accurate and reliable advice to our clients.
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services we provide

Sponsor Licence

In the UK, a “sponsor license” refers to the authorization granted by the Home Office to employers and educational institutions, enabling them to sponsor skilled foreign workers, students, or other individuals to come to the UK for work or study purposes. To obtain this license, the sponsoring organization must demonstrate compliance with specific requirements, including maintaining proper record-keeping, adherence to immigration laws, and ensuring suitable working or studying conditions for sponsored individuals. The sponsor license signifies the entity’s responsibility for those they sponsor and their commitment to upholding immigration regulations, contributing to the management of immigration into the UK.

Obtain your sponsor license efficiently with our expert assistance, empowering your business to sponsor skilled talent seamlessly.


Immigration in the UK refers to the process by which individuals from other countries come to live permanently or temporarily in the United Kingdom. It encompasses a broad range of reasons for migration, including work, study, family reunification, asylum, and humanitarian protection. The UK’s immigration system is governed by laws and regulations set by the government, with the Home Office overseeing immigration matters. Immigration policies and procedures aim to balance national security, economic interests, and humanitarian concerns. These policies dictate who can enter and stay in the country, as well as the rights and responsibilities of migrants during their time in the UK.

student consultancy

In the UK, a student consultancy typically refers to a service provided by educational or private institutions that offer guidance and support to students seeking advice on academic matters, career planning, university admissions, and related concerns. Student consultancies often employ experienced advisors who assist students in navigating the complexities of the education system, including selecting appropriate courses or programs, preparing application materials, and understanding visa requirements for international students. These consultancies may also offer additional services such as standardized test preparation, interview coaching, and assistance with scholarship applications. Overall, student consultancies play a crucial role in helping individuals make informed decisions about their education and future prospects.
Unlock your academic ambitions with our student consultancy services, guiding you towards your desired educational path with expertise and personalized support.

Free Immigration & Visa Consultation

Receive personalized advice on immigration and visas at no cost with our Free Immigration & Visa Consultation. Our experienced consultants will guide you through the process, addressing your questions and concerns. Start your journey hassle-free by booking your free consultation now


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Embark on your UK adventure with confidence, supported by the expertise of Cross Country Consultants. Contact us today to begin your visa journey and unlock a world of opportunities in the United Kingdom.


Office Number 3, 10 Crossfield Road, Birmingham, England, B33 9HP

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