What services do your immigration lawyers in Norfolk offer?
At IAS, we are the UK’s leading providers of immigration advice services. We have several offices across the UK and you can also come and meet our team of immigration lawyers in Norfolk.
Our advisers have more than 50 years of experiences in providing professional and reliable immigration advice. We only employ the best OISC accredited immigration solicitors in Norfolk. Our advisers are thus ready to work one-on-one with you to help you achieve your desired immigration results.
Our skills cover different areas of UK immigration law. This includes:
Get in touch today to learn more about the services offered by our team of immigration lawyers in Norfolk.
Why should I hire an immigration solicitor in Norfolk?
Dealing with UK immigration law is not a simple process. The whole process includes dealing with the Home Office, filing a complete bundle of documents, and meeting strict deadlines.
If you wish to apply for a UK Visa and you are not sure of the steps you need to take, entrusting your case with an expert immigration lawyer in Norfolk can make this process easier.
At IAS, our team of professionals has already helped several non-EEA nationals entering the UK to work, study, or settle in the country with their families.
Our expert immigration solicitors in Norfolk are ready to help you with your case. Whether the complexity of your immigration issue, hiring an experienced adviser will maximise your chances to succeed.
Get in touch with our team of legal professionals in Norfolk to learn more about our services and find out how we can help you. As well as this location, we are also based in London, Manchester, and Birmingham as well as many other locations throughout the UK. You can also check our office finder for your closest branch. We look forward to assisting you with your case.
Once you get your status as a British citizen, you can live, work and study in the country freely. However, to be eligible, you must first have spent a specific amount of time as a settled person. In addition, if you wish to apply for British Citizenship, you must meet other criteria set by the law, such as:
- Being of “good character”, meaning you do not hold any criminal record
- Demonstrating adequate knowledge of the English language and British customs.
If you wish to proceed with your British Citizenship application process in the less stressful way, you can hire one of our immigration solicitors in Norfolk.
We can help you build a successful portfolio of evidence that, together with the Letter of Presentation written by your dedicated adviser, will highlight the merits of your case.
Get in touch with us today to learn more about our dedicated British nationality packages.
If your family lives in the UK, but you are a non-EU national, you need to apply for a Family Visa if you wish to join them. The permit you need to apply for depends on your situation. UK immigration law offers several options for families, such as:
- UK Ancestry Visa, suitable only for citizens of Commonwealth countries who meet specific conditions;
- Child Dependant Visa, for family members who are under the age of 18 and unmarried;
- Adult Dependant Visa, for your relatives who are over the age of 18 or married.
Call us or enquire online to discuss your case with our expert and find out the Family Visa that suits your situation. One of our immigration solicitors in Norfolk will be happy to help you and your family.
If your application is rejected, the Home Office will send you further information about your options to submit an appeal. By doing this, you can ask the UKVI to reconsider your case after the Immigration Court evaluation.
However, the judge may still not be convinced of your eligibility for your desired visa, and thus refuse your Administrative Appeal request. If you wish to proceed with your appeal, you can apply for a Judicial Review.
In this case, it is essential to seek legal guidance. One of IAS’ immigration solicitors in Norfolk will be happy to represent you in court.
Call us today to learn more about our Administrative Review Package.