If you are going to visit the UK you might need to obtain a UK visa before entering the UK. There are many different types of the UK visa and you will need to obtain the one which is the most closely corresponding with the purpose of your visit. Once in the UK and when your visa is about to expire you might be able to extend your visa or switch to another category depending on your current status.
The process of the application might be quite long and in order to obtain a British visa it is important that the applicant provides all the required information and documents.
We provide high quality service in immigration matters. We have experienced immigration lawyers who are here to assist you with all aspects of immigration law.
We have multilingual specialists and can provide immigration advice in the following languages: English, Russian, Polish, Turkmen, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Spanish, Gi, Twi (Ghana).
We specialise in the following immigration matters:
- All PBS application – Tier 1 (Investor); Tier 1 (Entrepreneur); Tier 1 (General) Extension; Tier 2 (General); Tier 4 (General) and Tier 4 (Child); Tier 5 (Temporary Worker)
- Applications for TIER licences
- Fiancé(e) visas or proposed civil partner
- Unmarried partners’ visas
- Spouse visas
- Dependant visas: for the family members of British Citizens and EEA
- Extensions and switching to other categories
- Indefinite Leave to Remain (Permanent Residence)
- British Citizenship
- Asylum applications
- Application based on the Human Rights Act
- Bail applications
We have experienced Solicitors and Barristers who have won the majority of cases taken to the Immigration Tribunal. The Home Office is rejecting scores of applications daily which were not properly prepared by applicants. We strongly advise our clients to submit their application through a Solicitor who has experience and is up to date in Immigration Rules. We deal with all types of immigration matters for private clients. We have a very good ratio of success. We will prepare and submit your application and attend Tribunal hearing if need arises.