If you need help with completing an application or advice regarding the UK’s immigration law and requirements the Home Office UK Border Agency strongly recommend that you seek advice from a qualified immigration advisor. Please note UK Border Staff are not allowed under any circumstances to give you advice regarding how to complete your application or what type of visa you should apply for.
You should however take care when choosing an immigration agent as there are some companies which claim to be able to secure a UK visa in return for a fee. The UK government has nothing to do with these companies and strongly advises people not to deal with them. Instead you should source an immigration advisor that is regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner.
If an advisor (or the company that the advisor practices for) is regulated by the OISC they should display the logo. If however you have yet to choose a practice and would like a list of qualified advisors you can log-on to the OISC website and view the entire register.
By using a regulated adviser not only can you be reassured that they meet approved standards they will also be properly qualified with regards giving advice.
Immigration Lawyers UK are a niche firm of specialist immigration lawyers based in the heart of the capital and are OISC registered. They have expertise in a number of areas of immigration law including all aspects of the new Points Based System previously known as HSMP but recently renamed Tier 1 (General) system. They are also able to help you obtain a UK Work Permit under the new Points Based Tier 2 system should you require one.
Immigration Lawyers UK also has a vast amount of experience when it comes to making Marriage, Civil Partnership, Asylum and Human Rights Applications. They also fully cover European Union legislation.
They are also a gay friendly firm and have gained a wide client list in recent years in relation to Civil Partnerships. They also work on behalf of individuals who wish to remain in the UK and receive medical treatment.
The diverse team working at Immigration Lawyers UK are able to give advice in the following languages: English, Italian and Hebrew.
If you are seeking advice but are unsure which category of immigration law applies to you why not contact a member of the team today using the contact details listed on their website.