Areas of Immigration Services we can help with
In the UK, claims for asylum are eligible only if you fled your homeland in fear of being persecuted. This can be as a result of your religion, race, political affiliations, or nationality. The asylum procedure can be quite confusing and complicated, which is why consulting an immigration solicitor. They will make sure that your asylum claim is complete with all the supporting evidence with the Home Office on your behalf.
To challenge the decision of the Home Office successfully, one first needs to have an understanding of Immigration Appeals and judicial review in the UK. An immigration refusal can prove to be extremely stressful and worrying. An immigration expert can ascertain if you have the right to appeal and prepare your case before the Tribunal.
UK law passed the Human Rights Act in 1998. Immigration solicitors use this in most applications they do, whether it’s a British citizen or foreigner. Human rights are rights and are for everybody, and in accordance with UK law, everyone ought to be treated equally. So if you feel that your rights have been infringed on, don’t hesitate to contact an immigration lawyer to defend your rights in the Home Office and UK court.
Leave to enter refers to British immigration officers granting one permission to gain entry into the UK. This is intended for people who wish to remain in the UK for the foreseeable future. An immigration solicitor will make a well prepared and evidenced application that meets the Immigration rules and regulations that no Home Office can refute. Any person who wants to apply for the ILR is required to pass the ‘Life in the UK’ test.
Employment documents are essential if you want to work in the UK. An immigration lawyer can provide you with a thorough immigration service that is guaranteed to secure UK permits and Visas for both the employee and their families. They will work with the Home Office all step of the way to completion. This includes initiating the case, application, authorisation.
There are various ways one can become a British citizen. Some are born British, others registered as British, or one can naturalise as a British citizen. To apply as a British citizen, one will need to be over 18 years, pass the ‘Life in the UK’ Test, are of good character and have not broken any UK laws. An immigration solicitor can guide you through the requirements.
If you are found to be residing illegally in the UK, The Home Office can take administrative removal measures. This removal happens when you don’t have any leave to remain, or your application for asylum claim has been declined or expired Visa. Deportation is forceful removal intended for the public good. Either way, an immigration specialist can help you navigate the situation swiftly, given how time is of the essence in this case.
We can assist with an application for pre-settled or settled status or to bring non-EEA family members to the UK. Just like everything else in life, your application doesn’t have to go through. So if your claim is declined, talk to your immigration solicitor immediately to give you the best course of action about the appeals process.
For Family spouse & settlement visa; Business and sponsorship & Bail applications and appeals against deportation an immigration solicitor can assist with the murky legal waters.