Emergency Advice Package

We can help you if you need urgent advice, with our Emergency Advice Package

Call 0333 363 8577 for a free consultation

Please note, this package is only designed for those who are currently being detained and/or facing immediate removal from the UK.

If you have an immigration emergency we can provide a Same-Day Advice Session.
This Advice Session will take place either in person (in one of our nationwide offices) over the phone or via Skype. The session will be with one of our highly qualified, OISC regulated immigration lawyers.

We will discuss your immigration matter in depth and provide you with comprehensive advice. We will cover your options and the next steps you need to take to resolve your issue or proceed with an application. After our session with you has finished, we will provide you with a written extensive report detailing everything discussed in the advice session. This can be used as a resource if you want to proceed with an application. Get in touch with our team today on 0333 363 8577 or by using our online contact form to arrange your Emergency Advice Session.

FAQs

What happens during the Advice Session?

Whether the session is in-person, over the telephone or via Skype, you will receive the same, consistent and professional service.

Your dedicated lawyer will:

  • Take detailed instructions from you based on the circumstances of your case
  • Discuss and advise you on the requirements of the UK Immigration Rules
  • Provide tailored advice on your options for application, the necessary application form(s) and related Home Office/government fees
  • Advise you on the documentation required in support of your application
  • Outline the expected time frames related to your case
  • Advise you on a plan of action for the options discussed and the relevant strategies for application
  • Provide an assessment of the chances of success for the application
  • Answer any follow-up queries in relation to the matter following the session.

How long will the session last?

The Emergency Advice Package is an untimed session. This means that you will have as long as you require with your lawyer, whether it be in person, over the telephone or via Skype.

We usually allow an hour for the session but it can take as little or as long as you need.

We just want to ensure that you fully understand the advice that is given and you are clear on the next steps you need to take.

Are there any additional costs?

There are no additional costs or hidden fees. The one-off payment for the advice package is all that you pay.

The lawyer may advise you on how we can assist further with an application – the fees for this will be provided to you during the Advice Session.

Our fees are always transparent, meaning the quote you are given is all that you will ever pay.

What if I still have questions after the session has taken place?

As part of our service, you are able to receive further advice following on from the session.

For example, if you have had a few days to think about what was discussed and you have follow-up questions you need answering, you will still have access to your lawyer who will answer any other questions you have.

If you are unsure about anything, please speak to a member of our Enquiries Team.

What happens once I have paid for the Emergency Advice Package?

Once payment has been made, you will be contacted within an hour to arrange a suitable time for your appointment to take place.

The lawyer will take down details about your case on the initial phone call to ascertain the next steps that need to be taken.

After this, a full consultation will be arranged in which you will be able to discuss your issues and queries.

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