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If you need the services of an immigration specialist in Cardiff to help resolve an immigration, nationality or asylum issue, the Immigration Advice Service can help. We are a team of highly experienced immigration specialists with a wealth of experience.

Call us on 029 2000 2809 for immediate assistance with your immigration issue. We can help you in person, on the phone or online.

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    Looking for Immigration Lawyers in Cardiff?

    IAS is proud to have the best immigration specialists in Cardiff giving immigration advice and assistance from our convenient Cardiff office. Our team are experienced in handling cases and can provide help for those looking for an immigration lawyer in Cardiff.

    Whatever your query, if you are looking for immigration advice in Cardiff, we can help. From personal to corporate, we will put you in touch with a skilled adviser specialising in your type of application. We offer advice in areas such as:

    Why should you use an immigration lawyer?

    The UK authorities have stringent requirements for every type of UK visa. You must ensure that you meet every requirement outlined by the Home Office and that you have the necessary evidence to prove it.

    Evidence provided which does not fit the Home Office guidelines is one of the most common reasons for a visa refusal. Using the service of a professional immigration adviser like those at IAS will ensure that you know exactly what documents you can provide which will satisfy the authorities and give your application the highest chance of success.

    Using IAS will make the process of applying to UKVI as hassle-free and possible. To save you, your family or your business the stress and time which goes into an application, come to IAS for a reliable and professional service.

    Why choose IAS?

    We have the expert knowledge to assist you with all your immigration matters and to present your case in the best light possible, ensuring that you gain the right guidance on all matters pertaining to entering or remaining in the UK.

    Our experience gained over many years will ensure that you are guaranteed the best advice and representation from one of the best immigration organizations. Our specialist team are highly trained and vastly experienced in the field of immigration law.

    We are dedicated to supporting our clients’ needs. By using IAS, you will be assigned a personal immigration lawyer who will listen to your circumstances and identify the best route for you before walking you through the application process.

    Our Immigration lawyers in Cardiff are ready to assist you in person or via the phone.

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    If you would like to know more about we have satisfied our customers in the past, you can check out our excellent reviews. We are always excited to find innovative ways to solve our customers’ immigration problems. You can read more about how we have done this before in our case studies.

    Contact us

    Get in touch with some of the best immigration lawyers in Cardiff by calling us free on 029 2000 2809 or making an enquiry online using our contact form.

    We are able to see clients by appointment only at our meeting rooms in Cardiff city centre which can be arranged on an ad hoc basis.

    If you need help with an immigration application, extension or appeal contact our experts today.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    By law, immigration advisers in the UK must be registered with OISC (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner). This means that all the best immigration lawyers in Cardiff must be OISC regulated to be able to offer professional advice.

    At IAS, all our immigration experts are accredited by OISC. Their areas of expertise cover several immigration issues, such as:

    • Claims for asylum;
    • Spouse Visas and Family Visas application;
    • British Citizenship and settlement status applications;
    • Immigration employment documents;
    • Deportation or removal.

    Please note that it is a criminal offence in the UK for a person to provide immigration advise without being registered as an OISC professional. Only members of certain professional bodies may be allowed to provide legal advice without being authorised by the OISC.

    Just like other states, the UK requires citizens of certain nationalities to obtain a visa before they can enter the country.

    If you are a non-EEA national, you will need a visa to live, work, or study in the UK. In certain circumstances, you may be allowed to visit the country for leisure purpose for a short time, but you will not be able to engage in different activities.

    If you are unsure if you need a visa to enter the UK, our immigration lawyers in Cardiff are happy to help. You can call us today to discuss your case and review your circumstances. We can advise on your best options to stay in the country and how to proceed with your application process.

    Unfortunately, not every application is successful. Sometimes the Home Office may reject forms that contain incorrect information, or that do not include adequate supporting evidence.

    If the Home Office has rejected your request, you have the right to appeal. The UKVI will send you a refusal letter detailing the reasons for this verdict, as well as further information on how to proceed.

    If you decide to challenge the UKVI decision on your application, you can undertake an appeal yourself. However, it is always recommended to be represented by an expert.

    IAS offers a wide range of experienced immigration lawyers in Cardiff. Our team has proven experience in dealing with several immigration cases, including refusals.

    We offer an extensive Appeal Package that includes:

    • Discussing and reviewing the reason for your refusal;
    • Providing expert advice on the implication of appealing to the UKVI decision;
    • Completing and submitting the appeal forms;
    • Producing a comprehensive document bundle to evidence the merits of your appeal;
    • Complete representation at the full hearing before the tribunal;
    • Liaison with the Home Office;
    • Complete support until you receive your decision.

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