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Our committed lawyers work tirelessly for our clients and are not afraid to tackle the most controversial, complex or challenging cases.

Immigration

We have a wealth of experience in dealing with the often complicated issues that arise in immigration, asylum and human rights law cases. Our committed lawyers work tirelessly for our clients and are not afraid to tackle the most controversial, complex or challenging cases.

Immigration law comprises the rules and regulations governing the rights of foreign nationals to enter, live and work in the UK. These rules can be complicated and confusing and are changed by the Home Office regularly.

Our immigration team offers individuals, organisations and companies a personally tailored service and has short notice access to professional interpreters if required.

We provide advice, applications, appeal preparation and advocacy in relation to:

  • Visit visas including multiple-entry, sports, marriage and student visits;
  • Spouse, fiancée and partner entry applications and settlement in the UK;
  • Dependent relative entry clearance applications and settlement in the UK;
  • EEA and ECAA family permits and permanent residence;
  • Applications to ‘switch’ from one form of visa to another while in the UK;
  • The Points Based System (PBS) for tiers 1-5 including skilled workers, students and  investors both within the UK and overseas;
  • Tiers 2 and 4 sponsorship licenses and business consultancy including compliance audit;
  • Applications for UK issued travel documents;
  • Asylum claims, asylum fresh claims and further submissions;
  • Consideration of UK Border Agency decisions where there is no right of appeal;
  • Human rights applications outside the UK Immigration Rules
  • Immigration bail and renewal hearings;
  • Deportation;Applications for British nationality; and
  • Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) Card Scheme Application
  • Pakistan Origin Card (POC) Applications

OUR CASES

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Conspiracy to commit armed robbery
R v G - Northampton Crown Court
Conspiracy to commit aggravated burglaries
R v S - Kingston Crown Court
Conspiracy to defraud
R v L - St Albans Crown Court
Conspiracy to cheat the public revenue
R v P - Leicester Crown Court
Conspiracy to supply cocaine