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Immigration Lawyers in Ripley

The Immigration Advice Service has dedicated teams of OISC certified immigration lawyers who are trained in navigating the UK’s immigration laws and policies. Our experts in Ripley will assist in any immigration review or submission of applications.

If you require an immigration lawyer in Ripley, you can book an appointment with us by calling our care line on 0333 305 9375.

Documents & Records Checking Service

Compiling an extensive and adequate bundle of supporting documents is a crucial step in ensuring a successful application but if you fail to provide the Home Office with satisfactory evidence of your current status and your eligibility, your case will most likely be delayed or even rejected.

For this reason, it is still advisable to seek the advice of an immigration expert even if you feel comfortable with completing your forms on your own.

By choosing our Application Checking services, one of our lawyers in Ripley will:

  • Check through your application forms and documents to assess their adequacy;
  • Ensure that your paperwork is filed correctly and that there are no mistakes;
  • Offer dedicated guidance based on your circumstances;
  • Advise you on any amendments which may help you get a positive outcome from your application.

If you are happy with our services, you can entrust your case with our experts, and receive our complete guidance on your application.

Call us today on 0333 305 9375 to discuss your case and find out what more our UK immigration lawyers can do for you.

When can I pursue British Citizenship by Naturalisation in Ripley?

To pursue British citizenship by Naturalisation you must be at least 18 years of age. In addition, a timeframe of six years of lawful residence in the UK including one year of Indefinite Leave to Remain status in the UK is also a factor in attaining British citizenship. You can apply for British citizenship after having spent one year in the UK under ILR status. Furthermore, there is no fixed answer to this question. It all depends on the immigration permit you live under in the UK.

There are many other factors that our expert lawyers will be waiting to carefully explain to you once you call. Call us now on 0333 305 9375 for more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We aim to visit the individual in the detention centre as soon as possible. This may depend on lawyer availability and detention centre/prison visiting hours.

Likewise, we can help you submit your detainee visit request. In the majority of cases, this may the only way to communicate with your friends or family and to offer them all the support they need.

Our aim is to offer detainee support as soon as possible, by beginning work on your application immediately. We will also submit a bail application to allow them to be released from the immigration removal centre.

Although there is no guarantee of bail being granted, we have a high success rate in bail being granted to our clients.

Call us now on 0333 305 9375 for more information.

Family members can include:

  • parents;
  • children;
  • siblings (including half siblings and step siblings);
  • grandparents; and
  • grandchildren.

As of July 2012, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, and cousins have been excluded from the definitions of the family members allowed Entry Clearance through the Family Visitor Visa.

They can still apply for a normal Visitor Visa, however, they will not be able to appeal against a refusal.

The points-based immigration system is used by UK immigration to determine whether a visa applicant is eligible for a visa/immigration permission.

International students need to score at least 70 points on the system to be eligible for a UK study visa.

Call us now on 0333 305 9375 for more information.

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