Who are IAS’ immigration lawyers in Durham?

At IAS, we are proud of our team of experienced immigration lawyers in Durham. With our several decades of expertise, we specialize in numerous areas of UK immigration. We can liaise with the Home Office and deal with your case to solve any immigration issue.

From our offices spread across the UK, we offer reliable and professional immigration advice services. Every day, we work passionately and tirelessly to make sure that every application is successful.

Whether you wish to work, study, or settle in the UK with your family, we are ready to offer our guidance.

Call us today to learn more about our team of OISC accredited immigration lawyers in Durham.

Why do I need an immigration lawyer in Durham?

As a general rule, you do not need to hire an immigration lawyer to submit your UK visa application to the Home Office. However, it is highly advisable to use the services of a team of immigration lawyers to maximise your chances of success. This will also make your application process less stressful.

Immigration law is usually very complicated. It requires considerable application organization, as well as the time to build an extensive portfolio of documents. By hiring an immigration lawyer, you can entrust your case with a qualified professional.

Talk to our immigration specialists today to learn more about our services.

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Can your immigration lawyers in Durham help me apply for a British Passport?

Once you have become a British citizen, you can officially submit your application for a British passport. This document is essential to prove your residency status in the UK and can be also used as a valid proof of identity when traveling abroad.

At IAS, our team of immigration lawyers in Durham is ready to help you through your British passport application process. One of our highly qualified solicitors will review your case to assess your eligibility.

After you hire one of our professionals, we will also complete and submit your application to the Home Office on your behalf.

Get in touch with us today or use our online contact form to learn more about our bespoke immigration advice services.

Can IAS’ immigration solicitors in Durham help me start my business in the UK?

The UK welcomes foreign immigrants who are looking to start a business in the country. To this end, the Home Office has developed a point-based system that allows you to apply for a Tier 1 investor Visa.

You do not need a job offer or sponsor in the UK to apply for this visa. However, to be eligible, you must guarantee a minimum investment of £2 million in the UK, and score a total of 75 points.

At IAS, our team of immigration lawyers in Durham has already dealt with several Tier 1 Visa application. Our experts are highly experienced in providing professional advice to foreign investors. We are happy to assist you with our bespoke service for qualified investors, which includes:

  • Assessing your eligibility for a Migrant Tier 1 Visa;
  • Preparation of a Letter of Representation to highlight the merits of your case;
  • Checking your documents to build a successful portfolio of evidence;
  • Liaising with the Home Office during your application process;
  • Completing each part of your Tier 1 application and submitting it to the Home Office.

Talk to our team to arrange your advice session with one of our immigration lawyers in Durham.

How can I get legal aid service in Durham?

In the UK, asylum claimers can access to legal aid if they meet specific requirements.

IAS’ immigration solicitors in Durham can provide reliable legal aid service to the following categories:

  • Asylum appellants;
  • Asylum seekers;
  • Victims of human trafficking;
  • Victims of domestic abuse.

If you wish to discuss your case with a professional immigration solicitor in Durham, you can get in touch with our team of experts. We can arrange a meeting with our OISC trained immigration advisers so that you can learn more about how to get legal aid and remain in the UK.