OISC (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner)

 

Who are the OISC?

The OISC (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner) is led by the Immigration Services Commissioner and is responsible for:

  • Regulating immigration advisers in accordance with the Commissioner's Code of Standards and Rules;
  • Processing applications for registration or exemption from immigration advisers;
  • Maintaining and publishing the register of advisers;
  • Promoting good practice by immigration advisers;
  • Receiving and handling complaints about immigration advisers; and
  • Taking criminal proceedings against advisers who are acting illegally.
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Who does the OISC regulate?

Any person who provides immigration advice or services in the United Kingdom, has to be regulated by the OISC. All advisers are required to display their certificates of registration or exemption. This, together with the OISC’s "global tick" logo, shows that an organisation has met the standards laid down by the OISC.

What is the UK Visa Bureau's relationship with the OISC?

As an independent migration consultant, the UK Visa Bureau is regulated by the OISC (registration no. F200600117). 

For more information, please visit the OISC.