What visas do your immigration lawyers in Maryland help with?
Unlike many immigration law firms in London, the IAS hires a wide range of immigration solicitors who specialise in each area of immigration law. For instance, we have asylum lawyers, bail lawyers, tribunal lawyers and lawyers who specialise in British nationality in every one of our London offices, including Maryland. We also have specialists who assist with all aspects of the family migration route. We even have lawyers who specialise in emigration services (for example, from Nigeria to the UK), including US, Canada and Ireland immigration law.
Essentially, no matter your query, we have the lawyer for you.
This includes assistance with:
- Investor Visas, Innovator Visas and Start-up Visas (formerly known as Entrepreneur/Graduate Entrepreneur) of the Tier 1 category
- Skilled Worker Visas, Sportsperson Visas and Minister of Religion Visas
- Tourism/pleasure Visit Visas and Business Visit Visas
- Adult Student Visas and Child Student Visas
- The Youth Mobility Route and the Permitted Paid Engagement Visa
- Spouse Visas, Fiancé Visas, Unmarried Partner Visas, Ancestry Visas and Child Family Visas
- Indefinite Leave to Remain, British Citizenship by marriage, British Citizenship by descent or British citizenship by naturalisation
- The Sponsorship Licence application
- Claiming asylum and Refugee Family Reunification
Speak to us today to hear more about how we can help you.
Can your immigration lawyers in Maryland help me with the Investor Visa application?
The Tier 1 route of immigration visas is renowned for being an exclusive and high-value route. Essentially, it is an avenue reserved for the ‘best and brightest’.
The UK Investor Visa is part of this category. This means that you will need to meet a list of stringent requirements in order to be successful in the investor application, which usually involves having a large sum of money that you are willing to part with for investment purposes. To meet the eligibility criteria, you must intend to invest at least £2,000,000 in a UK business.
The route is extremely beneficial, however. You will be able to apply for permanent residency rights and British Citizenship after accumulating legal residency in a much shorter time frame. Most people are required to accumulate a minimum of five years before being eligible for ILR, and then a further 12 months for citizenship. As an investor, you can apply within a much shorter time frame after you have invested in a UK business or venture.
To find out more about how we can help you become an investor in the UK, speak to our expert team today on 0330 433 1213.
Did you know that our immigration lawyers in London specialise in British Citizenship?
Our immigration lawyers situated in Maryland, London, can assist with all types of British Citizenship applications, whether you are entitled to citizenship by a birthright, by marriage, by descent or by accumulating time in the UK (naturalisation).
All of our immigration lawyers are well versed in the immigration nationality requirements.
Arrange an appointment with one of our British Nationality immigration experts today on 0330 433 1213.
If for whatever reason you cannot book an appointment with your IAS immigration lawyer face-to-face, we can easily cater to alternative arrangements. No matter where you are in the world, we will ensure you are given the highest quality of immigration advice. Therefore, we offer Skype and telephone appointments at no extra cost. In addition, you are able to contact your immigration lawyer after your call even days after your call has ended if you have more questions and queries.
However, if it is just our Maryland office that you cannot reach and you would rather meet face-to-face, please speak to our customer care team to find an alternative office that is nearer to you. We have offices with immigration lawyers situated all across the capital, and even Manchester, Birmingham and Ireland too.
Speak to our client care team to see where your nearest IAS immigration office is and we can arrange an appointment at your earliest convenience.
There is a wide range of work visas available by the UK government.
It is difficult to choose which one is the ‘best’ or easiest route because it largely depends on your individual circumstances. For instance, to qualify for a Skilled Worker Visa, you will need to earn a minimum of £25,600 and be offered a job from a UK registered company. Yet, you may qualify for the Intra-Company Transfer Visa if you work for a multinational company instead which has different requirements.
It is for this reason why we recommend expert immigration advice. Here at the IAS, not only will your solicitor help you to identify which visa would work best for you but will also help you meet the requirements.