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Immigration lawyers in Pratt’s Bottom

Immigration lawyers in Pratt's Bottom

Are you looking for an OISC-accredited immigration lawyer in Pratt’s Bottom?

Our highly qualified team of immigration solicitors are here to help.

To find out how we can help, call us on 0330 433 1213.

 

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Do you need an immigration lawyer in Pratt’s Bottom?

Our Pratt’s Bottom based immigration lawyers are equipped with the knowledge and experience to assist with any immigration matter, regardless of which stage of the immigration process you are at.

Whether you require tailored immigration advice regarding your options, practical assistance with a first-time visa application, wish to renew your existing visa or appeal a Home Office decision, our immigration lawyers in Pratt’s Bottom are able to assist you.

We have experience spanning over 50 years in all areas of immigration law, from Spouse Visas to asylum law.

We assist individuals, families and businesses throughout their immigration journey – whether this is helping a family to reside in the UK, supporting an international student with their Tier 4 Student Visa application, or assisting UK employers to recruit overseas talent.

There is no immigration query too minor nor too complex here at the Immigration Advice Service.

Our immigration specialists are trained in nationality, asylum and corporate law, meaning we provide comprehensive services aimed at catering to all.

Did you know that our immigration lawyers in Pratt’s Bottom provide immigration advice for Indefinite Leave to Remain applications?

If you are applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK, our immigration lawyers can help with your application. We can ensure that you meet the necessary requirements, assess your personal circumstances and advise on how best to proceed.

From here, we can prepare and submit your application to UKVI.

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Frequently Asked Questions

At the Immigration Advice Service, we are dedicated to helping families with their immigration journey and recognise that this can be an extremely challenging time.

UK immigration law can be difficult to navigate and can seem even more of a challenge when attempting to understand the implications for families as a whole as opposed to just an individual.

If you are a non-EEA national looking to join your British family member in the UK for longer than six months, you will require a Family Visa. These include: Spouse Visas, Child Dependent Visas, Adult Dependent Visas or an Ancestry Visa.

Our immigration lawyers in Pratt’s Bottom will assess your eligibility for a Family Visa, taking you through the entire process.

We can prepare and submit your application on your behalf.

Depending on which type of Family Visa you are applying for, you will be required to meet a specific criteria.

Our immigration lawyers will ensure that you qualify for the Family Visa type you are applying for and will help to compile the sufficient level of supporting documentation to include within your application.

If you hire the expert assistance of one of our immigration lawyers, we will prepare and complete the application on your behalf, submitting this to the Home Office with a Letter of Representation.

For help with your Family Visa, contact our client care team today on 0330 433 1213.

If you are preparing to apply for a Tier 2 Work Visa, you must ensure you provide the correct documents within your application to act as evidence.

Some of the key documents you must include are:

  • Evidence of your Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) as issued by a valid UK Tier 2 Sponsor
  • Proof that you have passed the ‘genuine vacancy test’, which shows that your skills are appropriate for the role
  • Evidence that you are able to financially support both you and any dependants – such as bank statements, savings account funds etc.

To find out more about which documents must be included within your Tier 2 Work Visa application, get in touch with our Pratt’s Bottom immigration lawyers.