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Immigration Lawyers in Barugh

At the Immigration Advice Service, we have dedicated teams of qualified lawyers who are proud to offer professional, high-quality advice on any immigration issue. We are also leading voices in the industry and have provided in-depth insight for various publications on how immigration can impact the UK. Our staff’s work has been featured in mainstream media, such as The Huffington Post, The Guardian and The Telegraph.

For professional immigration advice, our OISC certified immigration lawyers in Barugh are ready to assist you with your desired visa application.

Call us on 0333 305 9375 for prompt advice and help with your immigration queries.

 

 

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    The Home Office’s premium same-day service

    Our fast-track visa application package takes full advantage of the Premium Same-Day service offered by the Home Office.

    In Country

    If you are making your application from within the UK, your application may be eligible to be fast-tracked using the Home Office’s Priority Same-Day Service. The following categories/visas may be fast-tracked:

    Please note that Fiance Visas cannot be fast-tracked as these applications have to be made out of the country.

    Out of Country

    The visas that can be fast-tracked from outside of the UK vary from country to country. Each country is constantly changing which visas can and cannot be fast-tracked – for this reason we cannot offer an up to date list of applicable visas.

    Please contact us to inquire whether your particular application will be eligible for the Out of Country Fast Track Service.

    How can your Barugh immigration lawyers assist with my Business Visa?

    There are certain documents that a business owner must submit when applying for a Business Visa. Some of these are:

    • Current passport or other types of valid identification
    • Bank statements
    • Business registration documents
    • evidence of self-support in the UK
    • and a host of others

    Our immigration lawyers in Barugh are deeply experienced in all aspects of UK immigration law, including business and corporate immigration issues. They can help with a variety of business issues, including applications for business visas and assistance with employment law issues and many more. If you are looking to start or invest in a business in the UK, then there may be several visa options available to you under the Tier 1 route, like Start-Up Visa, Investor Visa and Innovator Visa. Our immigration lawyers can guide you through the rigorous application process for any of the mentioned visas. They can also help to ascertain your eligibility for the application.

    If you are a UK business looking to hire overseas workers, then our lawyers in Barugh will also be able to assist you with the Sponsor Licence application, ensuring that you have all that you need for a successful application and that you are well informed of the employment rules that you will need to follow as a sponsor company.

    To learn more about your business immigration options, speak to our Barugh solicitors today on 0333 305 9375 .

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    This depends entirely on you – we will begin working on your application as soon as your lawyer has received the documentation that is required.

    If there is any documentation/evidence missing, we will notify you straight away. If you are struggling to get hold of certain documents, we will advise you on the best way to obtain these.

    If your application is time sensitive, you may want to consider our Fast Track Application Package.

    If you have already submitted a postal application you can still switch to the Premium Fast Track Visa service to speed things up. This is useful if you have urgent travel plans or if you need your visa for employment purposes.

    There is a legal route for bringing your immediate family members living in your country of origin to the UK under the Family Visa if you have been given refugee or humanitarian protection status in the UK.

    Under the Family Reunion Programme, members of your family (including your legally married spouse or civil partner and any dependents under the age of 18) are automatic in this route while other family members may be included based on compassionate grounds.