What are the rules that apply to me? What documents do I need? What form do I have to use? Get any of these wrong, and your application could be refused.
You won’t have to worry about any of these things when we prepare your application for you!
If your application is refused, it may still be possible to put it right through an appeal or an administrative review.
Having an experienced lawyer fighting for you is your best chance to get the decision overturned.
Give yourself the peace of mind of knowing that your application and documents are all correct before you submit them.
Upload your documents and pay online for written feedback, or make an appointment to see us in person.
Latest Blog Posts
We don’t blog as often as we should – we’re far too busy helping people with their applications and appeals! But whenever there is a change in the law, or something important is announced, you can be sure that you will find a short piece telling you about it on this page.
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20 July 2017 A ‘Statement of Changes’ has been published today – early notice that a change to the Immigration Rules is coming. Usually that means further tightening of the…
26 June 2017 Brexit may mean Brexit, but permanent doesn’t seem to mean permanent. In proposals about the status of EEA nationals after Brexit that were published today, the government…
05 June 2017 The Court of Appeal last month dismissed a challenge to the rules for adult dependent relatives to join their family in the UK. The current rules are…
Immigration law keeps changing. Our advice is always based on the current law and any published future changes.
Everything you tell us is confidential. We won’t discuss it with anyone without your permission.
No hidden surprises! We charge a fixed fee for all our services, and can sometimes offer a payment plan as well.
Keeping you informed
You will always know what is happening with your case and we will never submit anything until it has been checked and approved by you.
If you don’t do things on time, you can lose your right to live in the UK. Your deadline is safe with us.
Making a Complaint
We take complaints very seriously. If we don’t do what we have said we will you, please tell us or the OISC, who regulate us, and the matter will be fully investigated.