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Immigration Advice Services in London
Immigration law is complicated and, with so many changes constantly happening, it’s more important than ever for EU citizens living in the UK to be sure about their legal status.
Our team can help by assessing your individual case and providing you with expert immigration advice services
Count on us for:
- Indefinite leave to remain
- British citizenship
- Freedom of Information applications to the Home Office
- Any other immigration queries.
Services we Offer
Top-Rated Immigration Advisory Services
As leading experts in immigration law, we offer a range of corporate options for entrepreneurs, overseas investors, businesses, recruiters and education providers.
We can help employers get a sponsor license if they are seeking to recruit migrant employees on student visas or work permits.
We can also help carriers and hauliers meet their legal obligations and offer guidance to education providers on enrolling international graduates from abroad.
Get in touch with our team and book your first immigration legal consultation.
Take One Step Head With our Immigration Legal Services in LondonurHome offers a wide range of services to help you with your integration in the UK. We offer courses, seminars and jobs fairs – everything you need to prepare for life in the UK. urHome also provides mental and physical health support, legal advice and educational opportunities. We always have your best interests in mind and we’re here to give you professional and expert advice. We’ll provide practical assistance when needed and represent you through the application and decision-making process, every step of the way.
Why Choose us for Immigration Advice?
Our immigration law firm takes an honest and direct approach to legal advice. You’ll always get the honest truth about what is likely and what is possible, with no guesswork involved. We believe that our clients deserve nothing less, so we’ll give you exactly what you need to succeed in your situation.
Immigration can be difficult to navigate on your own, which is why we specialize in providing Toronto’s most knowledgeable immigration services. We have Certified Professional Representatives for everything from immigration counseling to legal aid.
Experience & Knowledge
We are committed to the practice of immigration law. The firm also focuses solely on the UK immigration law, which means we’re well-informed and knowledgeable about the topic. In other words, we have a deep understanding of all things immigration-related.
One Point of Communication
We’ll help you every step of the way, from your initial application to getting your visa granted. We’re available 24/7 and will be in constant communication with you and the Department of Immigration to make sure you have everything you need.
Quick Response Time
No waiting around for you to ask for help. We’ll provide instructions, monitor your application and plan key milestones. You won’t have to wait long either – our average call-back time is sixty minutes so you can get back to work quickly with the help of our dedicated team.
No Hidden Fees
With a fixed-fee quote, there are no hidden charges. We get to know your case and what you need to do after a thorough assessment of your situation before we charge you.
Frequently Asked Questions
The first step is to set up an initial consultation with us. We’ll assess your situation and propose the best course of action based on your needs.
If you decide to retain our services, we will work directly with you to present all your options. We’ll provide you with the guidance and resources you need so that you feel confident in your decision.
And, we’ll make sure it’s a process that’s full, complete, and worth your time.
Our team of consultants will handle all correspondence related to your application. We’ll also keep you updated on all matters, which means you won’t have to worry about anything—from beginning to end!
Setting your immigration status to a more permanent type is often a complex undertaking that should be handled by experienced immigration advisory services. The immigrant must file the required forms of their unique situation such as forms or documents for the specific visa they want. It’s important to have an attorney present at this time since there are various options they can pursue to get a more permanent visa status.
Here are a few ways that can ensure your successful migration to the UK:
- Migrating to the UK with a job offer in hand
- Settling down in the UK after getting engaged or married to a permanent UK resident
- Settling down in the UK as a student
- Setting up a business or as an entrepreneur in the UK
In order to apply for a work permit, you’ll need to have received a confirmed offer of employment from an employer that’s licensed and willing to act as your sponsor. You’ll also need to have your Certificate of Sponsorship, which was issued by your sponsor. As part of the process, you’ll have to pass a points-based assessment. The assessment varies depending on what Tier 2 Skilled Workers category applies–General skilled worker, Intra-company transfer, sportsperson, or minister of religion.
Our immigration advisors in London offer advice and support for immigrants in the UK to ensure you know how to set up your small business and follow the government rules.
If you want to establish, join or take over a business in the UK, it’s important to know how the process works. To add clarity to the migration process and ensure authorities can more easily determine if an applicant is qualified, new rules have been implemented. These new rules are:
- The Secretary of State must assess previous investments made in the UK
- There is now no requirement to provide proof of third-party funds from UK Government departments
- Industry experts should be utilized for genuineness testing
- If applicants don’t have third-party endorsements, they still need to meet the £200,000 investment threshold
- Two years’ leave to remain in the country will be awarded instead of one year
- Tier 1 entrepreneurs are required to report on business growth and future plans regularly