Are your Immigration Lawyers in Bolton Suitably Qualified?
If you wish to hire an immigration solicitor in Bolton, you must ensure that they are suitably qualified to offer immigration advice.
Anyone who is offering professional immigration advice services must be accredited by OISC, which is the official accrediting body of the immigration advice industry. If someone is providing legal immigration advice without this accreditation, they are doing so illegally.
You can rest assured that all our immigration lawyers in Bolton are OISC-accredited and are some of the most experienced immigration lawyers in the whole of the North West. You are in safe hands with the Immigration Advice Service.
Do Immigration Solicitors in Bolton Offer Advice Sessions?
There is no set standard for the services which immigration solicitors in Bolton offer. Our immigration lawyers in Bolton offer many different kinds of services in all areas of immigration law.
One of the services we offer is an advice package. This is the perfect option if you are looking for some expert immigration advice on any immigration issue.
With our advice package, you will have an untimed one-on-one session with one of our immigration law specialists, during which you can explain the full details of your case. Your immigration lawyer in Bolton will consider your case and provide you with comprehensive advice on the best course of action to take to achieve the outcome you are looking for.
After the first consultation, you will have seven days to ask any follow-up questions free of charge.
The IAS also offer an industry-leading application package, which you can choose to take advantage of after your advice session. With the application package, an IAS immigration lawyer in Bolton will manage the entire application process, working with you to formulate a thorough immigration application.
For more advice on the services we offer, please call us on 0333 305 9375.
Can you Offer me Help with my Spouse Visa Application?
Our immigration lawyers in Bolton can offer you all the help and guidance you need with Spouse Visas. The Immigration Advice Service is an immigration law firm which deals in all areas of immigration law, and we are vastly experienced in processing Spouse Visa applications.
The Spouse Visa is perhaps the most popular UK visa of all. If someone is a non-EEA national and they are married to a UK citizen or person with settled status, you could be eligible for a Spouse Visa.
The standard requirements for a Spouse Visa are as follows:
- You and your partner must be over the age of 18
- You must have met your partner in person and be legally married to them
- You must intend to live together in the UK
- As a couple, you must have enough to financially support yourselves in the UK
- You must satisfy certain English language requirements
- You must have suitable accommodation for you, your partner and any dependent children
It is notoriously difficult to satisfy the requirements for the Spouse Visa. However, here at the Immigration Advice Service, we can help you to prepare a Spouse Visa application to the very highest of standards.
Our immigration lawyers in Bolton bring unrivalled expertise to the table and with their help, you will maximise your chances of receiving the outcome you are looking for. They will help you to establish which documents you need to form your portfolio of evidence and will complete the application in line with the required Home Office administrative standards.
For more information on our Spouse Visa application package, please call us now on 0333 305 9375.
The Immigration Advice Service is an immigration law firm dealing in all areas of immigration law, including within the area of work visas.
This includes Tier 2 (General) work visas, Tier 2 Intra-Company Transfer Visas, as well as Tier 1 and Tier 5 work visas. We also offer professional assistance to businesses who wish to employ foreign workers.
Call our immigration lawyers in Bolton now on 0333 305 9375 to find out how we can help you secure a work visa.
To be eligible for British citizenship, you must have lawfully lived in the UK for a certain period of time. In most cases, you must have lived in the UK for at least six years, including one year under Indefinite Leave to Remain status.
Under certain conditions, you might be eligible to apply for British citizenship sooner, such as if you if you have been living in the UK under the Tier 1 Investor Visa.
Many immigration solicitors in Bolton and the North West only offer services in certain areas of immigration law.
Here at the IAS, we are different. We offer full support to asylum seekers, including translation services, thorough document checks and assistance with asylum applications.
To find out about the support and assistance we offer to asylum seekers, please contact us now on 0333 305 9375.