Same Day Visa Service
If you wish to instruct us for Same Day Visa Service for your application, you can contact us on 44 700 200 0000 / 44 700 200 0000. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Refugee and Human Rights
As a specialised immigration law firm in UK, we deal Human Rights and Refugee Law issues. Our solicitors have many years of experience to provide clear, realistic legal advice on seeking protection under Refugee and Human Rights Conventions.
Our in-depth knowledge and vast experience of Refugee and Human Rights Law allows us to provide a comprehensive assessment of your chances of success in light of current Legislation, Case law and UK Border Agency policy.
Our Refugee and Human Rights Law Solicitors regularly advise clients on:
Applying for Asylum, Obtaining refugee Status and humanitarian protection and for discretionary leave on the basis of Human Rights. Obtaining the right for family to join you in the UK and challenging to Home Office decisions.
We work together with renowned UK experts and leading immigration barristers who have acted in hundreds of asylum and immigration appeals. Our lawyers have acted in many cases before the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court in England.
If you have been granted refugee or humanitarian protection and you wish your family to join you in the UK, our refugee and human rights solicitors can prepare the strongest possible application to the British Embassy or High Commission on your behalf so they can join you under Family Reunion Law.
Investing and Working in the UK
The Tier 1 visa category under the Points-Based System (PBS) has been designed for the High achievers (in any field).
Highly skilled individuals do not need a job offer but are required to pass a points-based assessment. There are currently four immigration categories for highly skilled workers.
Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) category
Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) category
Tier 1 (Investor) category
Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) category
Appeals at all levels
Our Specialised immigration solicitors can assist you in relation to your immigration appeals to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) or Judicial Review to the Upper Tribunal against the Home Office or Entry Clearance Officer’s immigration decision if your application for leave to enter (entry clearance/visa) or leave to remain (application to the Home Office for switching or extension of stay) has been refused. We can also provide legal help and assistance in challenging the dismissal of an appeal by an Immigration Judge at First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) or Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber).
If you are married and want to bring your spouse to join you in the UK, H.M Immigration Lawyers will be more than happy to assist you with regard the legal aspects of submitting an entry clearance application for your spouse.
There is a specific and somewhat technical process that must be followed as well as various legal representations that we will need to make to the UK Border Agency. Our immigration Solicitors will take you through the entire process.
We can unreservedly assure you that you will be in safe and experienced hands should you decide to bring your spouse to join you in the UK.
If you are already in the UK with a visa issued for longer than six months, you can switch into spouse visa from inside the UK by making FLR (M) application to the Home Office, UKBA. We provide Same Day Visa Service for an application for switching into spouse visa from inside the UK.
If you are already in the UK on spouse visa as a spouse of a settled person, we can provide Same Day Visa Service for your application for renewal/extension of your spouse visa from inside the UK. An application for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) as a spouse of a person present and settled in the UK can be made to the Home Office, UKBA on the completion of two years probationary spouse visa which was granted under the Immigration Rules in place before 9 July 2012 on the basis of marriage to a person present and settled in the UK. A person who was granted initial entry clearance or leave to remain as a spouse under the Immigration Rules in place from 9 July 2012 will have to complete 5 years residence in the UK under spouse visa before an application for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) as a spouse can be made to the Home Office, UKBA.
Our Specialist Immigration lawyers are able to assist you with:
- Applications for Entry Clearance or leave to remain under the Tier 4 (General) category.
- Applications for entry clearance or leave to remain under the Tier 4 (Child) category.
- Tier 4 appeals under both categories.
- Administrative Review requests under the Tier 4 categories
- Applications to the Administrative Court where necessary
Work in the UK
Our team of immigration solicitors have experience in assisting small, medium and global organisations, as well as individual applicants, and will be happy to provide a professional service in assisting businesses and applicants in making Tier 2 applications and all related services.