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Immigration Lawyers in Annelsey

Are you in search of a set of dedicated, affordable, passion-driven professional immigration lawyers in Annelsey? Our OISC certified lawyers are available to handle all your immigration cases and queries.

To book an arrangement today in Annelsey, contact IAS on 0333 305 9375.

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    I Need Immigration Advice. Can You Help?

    IAS possesses a wealth of experience in the field of UK immigration law. Regardless of how complex your query is, we’d be delighted to assist you. With over 5000 approved applications, we are enthusiastic about the exceptional service we offer to our clients.

    We offer advice in all areas of immigration law, including:

    Whatever your immigration needs may be, the Immigration Advice Service is here for you in Annelsey and other cities in the UK.

    Visitor Visas and Emigration Services

    International visitors may need a visa to visit the UK and to remain in the country for a short period.

    For example, those who wish to visit the UK as a tourist, to receive private medical treatment or attending unpaid business appointments can apply for a Standard Visitor visa. Alternatively, if you have been invited to the UK as a recognised expert in your field, you may be eligible for a Permitted Paid Engagement Visa. Certain categories of travellers who need to pass through the UK on their way to another country may need to request a Visitors in transit visa.

    Our immigration lawyers in Annelsey are also experienced in international law, meaning that we can also offer legal assistance to those who wish to emigrate to the USA from the UK.

    Get in touch with our team to learn more about our emigration services, including emigrating to Australia or moving to Canada from the UK.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    The amount of time it will take for the Home Office to process visa applications depends on the particular application, as well as the applicant’s individual circumstances.

    The standard visa application processing time is eight weeks from the date the Home Office receives the application. However, the processing of the visa could be delayed if immigration officials need to get in touch with the applicant for more information.

    If you need your application completed as quickly as possible, there is a priority service and a super-priority service.

    With the priority service, your application will be processed within five working days at an additional cost of £500. The super-priority service costs an additional £800, and the application will be processed within one working day.

    Our Fast-track application package is the ideal option if you need your visa completing as quickly as possible.

    Call us now on 0330 433 1213 for more information.

    The 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, telephone or 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.

    Yes, it is possible to work in the UK under a Student Visa. International students can work for a maximum of 20 hours per week. You can also volunteer without any restrictions but you are not permitted to do the following:

    • Self-employment
    • Engage in business activities
    • Take a permanent full-time job
    • Be employed as a professional sportsperson, including a sports coach, whether paid or unpaid
    • Be employed as an entertainer, whether paid or unpaid
    • Work as a doctor or dentist in training (unless on a foundation programme)