Over a period of years, UK immigration law has become complex and difficult to understand. We aim to provide clear advice, approaching each matter with understanding and look for the most effective course of action to achieve your objectives. We understand that this can be a very stressful time and will therefore work as fast as possible to get your matter dealt with.
Removal and Deportation
If you have arrived in the UK illegally, are an asylum seeker whose claim has been refused or if you have overstayed your permission to remain in the UK, you may be detained in an Immigration Removal Centre. You may be able to appeal the decision or be able to put in a new application.
British Nationality Law
British Nationality law is complex and has been subject to significant developments in recent years and there are several ways by which an applicant can become a British Citizen. We can assess your eligibility and assist you with applying for British Citizenship.
European Union Law
The decision by the UK government to exit the European Union, has left the 3.5 million EU citizens uncertain as to their future in the UK. If you are an EU citizen living in the UK and require advise on how you are able to continue living and working in the UK, we are able to advice on the various applications you are able to make.
Visitors and Spousal Visa Applications
A spouse visa allows non-EEA nationals to enter or remain in the UK where they are married to a British Citizen or person with UK settled status. We can advise you on the most appropriate category of visa for your circumstances, the required documentation, how successful the application is likely to be and what steps are required. We will do our very best to make the process as smooth as possible.
Family Based Applications
Stringent rules are applied by the Home Office on who can apply for visas to enter the UK. If you are a British national and have children or adult dependent relatives who can come to live with you in the UK, our Immigration solicitors can guide you through the process and make your application for you.
Timescales for appeals are short and therefore if you feel that you have grounds for appeal, you should seek legal advice as soon as you receive the refusal notice. We can advise on whether you have grounds to appeal, and if so take up your appeal for you.
To contact our immigration law solicitors, please phone our office on 0207 281 1001. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.