Contact our Immigration Lawyers in Glasgow
Come and meet our team of UK immigration specialists in Glasgow.
Here at the Immigration Advice Service, we operate as one of the leading experts in immigration law within the UK, with our offices spread across the UK . Our solicitors have the experience and the understanding to address the needs and requirements of individuals wishing to get UK entry clearance, either on a temporary or more permanent basis.
Dedicated and committed to providing unbiased assistance for those wishing to apply for extensions of stay, visa applications of all types and for those with family members currently detained on immigration matters within the UK, we have access to expert resources and knowledge to show you the light at the end of the tunnel as the immigration lawyer in Glasgow you can trust.
Call us on 0141 530 4903 or use our live chat to get in touch with our immigration professionals in Glasgow.
Immigration Advice Service (Glasgow)Room 22, 6th Floor 7 Buchanan Street
Phone: 0141 530 4571
Why do I need an immigration solicitor in Glasgow?
An immigration solicitor or lawyer can offer invaluable legal insight and experience when making your application.
Immigration lawyers are trained to know what the Home Office expect from any immigration, asylum or settlement application. This means that we will work tirelessly to ensure that your case is successful.
What’s more, having an immigration solicitor at hand when you make an application or appeal will allow you to put your mind at rest.
Making any kind of application can be stressful and complicated, and having the help of an immigration lawyer who knows the ins and outs and can take charge of it for you can be really beneficial.
Get in touch with us today to find our more about all our UK immigration services and how we can help you and your family.
Why choose our immigration lawyers?
At IAS, we are proud to host some of the best immigration lawyers Glasgow has to offer.
Our lawyers are all highly experienced and qualified. This means they can assist you in the most professional way, offering you valuable expertise.
Our services begin by pairing you with a Glasgow immigration lawyer who is right for you. So, if you are looking for help with your British citizenship application you will be paired up with a lawyer with settlement and nationality application experience.
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We are proud to have received many positive reviews from our clients around the globe.
If you are living in Scotland and require immigration advice you can see us here in Glasgow by appointment.
With an office based in Buchanan Street, right in the heart of Glasgow, we are able to offer our services to those who are in need of professional and friendly immigration advice in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. Our highly experienced immigration law specialists can help with any immigration matter.
How to contact our Glasgow immigration specialists
We offer extensive over-the-phone consultations which can help you find out your next steps and set you up with an advice session with one of our Glasgow immgigration lawyers, many of whom are qualified immigration law specialists.
Get in touch by calling 0141 530 4571or make an enquiry to request a free callback from us, at a time that best suits you. You can also use our live chat to discuss your situation with our customer care team.
How do I apply for a Skilled Worker Visa in Glasgow?
If you are a skilled worker and you have received a job offer from a UK-based employer, you can apply for a Skilled Worker Visa.
To be eligible, you must meet several requirements. For example, you must score a minimum of 70 points for your attributes and sponsors, English proficiency, and available funds. Your case will be considered against the General Grounds for Refusal criteria, meaning that you must prepare a comprehensive portfolio of documents to support your eligibility.
At IAS, our immigration lawyers in Glasgow provide professional guidance on every UK visa application. This includes Skilled Worker Visa cases, which we will handle with our expertise in UK immigration employment law. Call us today to find out more.
What is IAS' Application Package?
If you choose to proceed with an application for leave to remain in the UK with our immigration solicitors, we will begin by helping your source and organise your supporting evidence. This can include them putting in a Subject Access Data Request to the relevant authorities, if this is necessary. They will then file your evidence into a comprehensive Evidence Portfolio. This is designed to allow Home Office officials to easily navigate through your application without missing any information in your case.
Along with this, your lawyer will also write a Letter of Representation. This letter is personalised and pleads the merits of your case. It includes legal insight, reference to case-law and legislation if relevant.
Your immigration lawyer will also complete your application to the highest possible standard, before submitting it to the Home Office/ UKVI. Once this has been done, they will continue to liaise with the Home Office until a decision has been reached on your application.
Can an immigration lawyer in Glasgow help me apply for a Spouse Visa?
The UK Spouse Visa is a permit which allows you and your non-British partner to live in the UK together for up to 33 months.
To be eligible, you must both demonstrate that your relationship is genuine. Besides, you must meet specific financial requirements as you need to be able to maintain your family in the UK without seeking public funds. Additional eligibility criteria may apply based on your personal circumstances.
The Spouse Visa application process may be complicated and time-consuming. For this reason, it is recommended to seek the help of a professional. At IAS, our expert immigration solicitors in Glasgow will be happy to help you and your family through each step of your application.
I wish to marry my partner in the UK. Can an immigration solicitor in Glasgow help me?
If you and your partner wish to get married in the UK, you can apply for a UK Fiance Visa. If your application if successful, you will need to finalize the marriage between 6 months from your visa.
However, the Home Office first needs to review your eligibility. This means that you must both demonstrate that you are genuinely in love, and that your non-British partner is fluent in English.
To find out more about the requirements to apply for a Fiance Visa UK, you can get in touch with our team to immigration lawyers in Scotland. One of our professionals will review your case and advise you on how to proceed.
Call us today to learn more.
Last modified on September 26th, 2022 at 12:17 pm
Need help with an immigration issue? Book a one-to-one advice session with one of our legal caseworkers.
We can complete your visa application on your behalf, taking the stress and hassle out of the process.
Fast Track Package
Need to submit an application quickly? We can help you complete and send it off in as little as 24 hours.
Ensure you have the greatest chance of a successful appeal with our legal support and guidance.
The Advice Package
With our Advice Package, you can book a one-to-one session with one of our legal team and receive bespoke advice tailored for your situation. We will review your case and give you expert advice on how best to proceed with your immigration matter. Reach out to a member of our team and book your session today.
The Application Package
Our Application Package is designed to help relieve the stress of immigration applications. One of our legal caseworkers will help you throughout the entire process, including establishing your eligibility for your chosen route, completing your application form to the highest standards and organising your documents. We will then submit it and monitor its status on your behalf.
The Fast Track Package
Our premium Fast Track Package is ideal if you need to submit an application quickly, such as if you need to meet a tight deadline. Our lawyers will work closely with you to see that your application is completed to the highest standards and ensure you get your application in on time, helping to take the stress and pressure off you.
The Appeal Package
Visa appeals can be a stressful process, especially if you’re relying on a specific visa to be approved. Our legal team can help you navigate the whole process and maximise your chances of a successful appeal, working alongside you to reach a favourable result. We can also represent you in immigration-related hearings and tribunals.
Our Glasgow immigration advice services are all crafted around our clients. This means that, as part of our service, you will be paired with an immigration lawyer in Glasgow who suits you.
This lawyer will work with you, even in person or over the phone/Skype to settle all your concerns and questions. They will spend as long as needed with you, working through your enquiry.
At IAS, all our lawyers are OISC accredited, meaning they are officially able to offer specialist immigration advice in Glasgow.
Once your session with your Glasgow caseworker has finished, you will be sent a detailed document which discusses everything your lawyer told you in your advice session.
After this, you will have a chance to ask any follow-up questions you have and, if you choose, move on to the application stage with your lawyer.
More on our bespoke immigration advice sessions.
Searching for good immigration lawyers, or even the best immigration lawyers in Glasgow can be difficult. It is sometimes difficult to know which lawyers are good and which are not.
However, there are certain things you can look out for if you are just beginning your journey in the search for an immigration lawyer.
The key three things that everyone should look out for when trying to find the best immigration lawyer in Glasgow, are:
Experience is very important when selecting an immigration adviser. For example, you should always look for someone who has experience in your particular type of enquiry. This is important, as it means they will know exactly how to deal with your case and advise/assist you.
At IAS, our immigration lawyers are all specialists in their fields, with practical experience in making applications for all types of immigration, nationality, asylum, and corporate-related cases. Our Glasgow immigration lawyers have worked with clients in all types of scenarios. They have made applications for UK visas, helped employers to recruit international talent and supported people to settle in the UK permanently. Between them, our immigration lawyers (many of whom have previously practiced as immigration lawyer in Glasgow) have a combined experience of more than 40 years.
Qualifications are another thing to look out for when looking for a good immigration lawyer in Scotland. It’s always important to bear in mind that anyone who does not have the proper qualifications is not legally allowed to offer immigration advice.
All our UK immigration lawyers, including those in Glasgow, are OISC accredited. This means they have an in-depth understanding of immigration, nationality and asylum law and can use this to guide their advice.
A proven track record of success is also something to look out for when searching for the best Glasgow immigration law specialists. Try and find examples of your lawyer’s past success to help you make your decision.
Our immigration lawyers have a very high success rate and have made countless successful applications for clients, in every immigration category. They are professional, experienced and knowledgeable and this comes through in their performance.
Yes — we also serve Aberdeen. This means that, wherever you are in Scotland, we can help.
If you can’t make it to one of our immigration advice centres in Scotland, you can also visit us at any one of our office locations across the UK. Or, if you can’t make to us — if you are overseas or too busy — we also offer the same services over the phone or via Skype.
We are committed to shaping our services around whatever works for you. This means that, no matter how busy or far away you are, we can still help you find the best solution to your immigration issues, concerns, and needs.