Can IAS’ immigration lawyers in Sunderland help to process my visa application?
IAS is an organisation of talented immigration lawyers in Sunderland who are here to assist with any immigration matter, including processing UK visa applications.
With over 50 years of experience in immigration law, IAS can guarantee exceptional, professional service at all times.
Depending on your specific enquiry, one of our immigration lawyers in Sunderland will assess your eligibility and requirements relative to the visa you are applying for.
If you wish to apply for a Tier 2 Work Visa, for example, the team at IAS can help to prepare your application to the highest standard. One of our immigration lawyers will then submit this application on your behalf, taking care of all correspondence with the Home Office.
All applications completed by an IAS immigration lawyer in Sunderland will be submitted with a Letter of Representation, giving your application the greatest chance of success. We will do everything we can to ensure a smooth process, as we know how stressful visa applications can be.
To avoid any confusion and mistakes within your visa application, call us on 0333 305 4846 where one of our excellent client assistants will recommend the best IAS package for your individual situation.
What different packages are offered by IAS’ immigration lawyers in Sunderland?
IAS offers a range of comprehensive packages suited to your specific immigration matter. Depending on your situation, you may require one of our immigration lawyers in Sunderland to offer professional legal advice, aid with an application to the Home Office or submit an appeal on your behalf.
Whatever your requirement, IAS is here to help. We even offer the opportunity to train in immigration law, with our superb OISC training courses.
If you are currently being detained and require urgent help, IAS’ immigration lawyers can assist you. Our Detainee Bail Package is for those who find themselves in this stressful situation, whether you are being held in an immigration removal centre or prison, we can help. Call us on 0333 305 9375 for immediate assistance.
IAS’ immigration lawyers in Sunderland can even provide an exceptional Fast Track Application Package for those attempting to meet an approaching deadline. Do not worry, we are here to help — we are experienced in processing and submitting applications within a strict time-frame, while maintaining the same high quality.
I am currently being detained in Sunderland, what can IAS’ immigration lawyers do to help me?
If you are being detained within an immigration removal centre or prison, IAS’ immigration lawyers can provide immediate assistance.
Whether your visa has expired or has been cancelled, the UK Home Office consider this a breach of immigration laws. You may face being removed from the UK and, in extreme cases, you can be prohibited from re-entering the UK for up to ten years.
IAS’ urgent detainee bail package includes one of our experienced, professional immigration lawyers in Sunderland visiting you to provide instant legal advice. From here, we can discuss the next steps and any actions you may need to take. We can also make bail arrangements and family visitations.
If you require immediate help and legal support, please contact us for free on 0333 305 9375.
Can IAS’ immigration lawyers in Sunderland help me with a Fiance Visa?
The team here at IAS are able to provide exceptional guidance with every aspect of a Fiance Visa – from providing legal advice, help with your application and more.
Our immigration lawyers in Sunderland will ensure that you meet all requirements and are eligible to apply for a Fiance Visa.
Some of the requirements for a Fiance Visa include:
- Meeting the minimum age requirement of 18
- Being involved in a genuine relationship in which you have met your partner prior to making a Fiance Visa application
- Your partner must have adequate savings for you both to live off, or must be earning a certain amount (minimum of £18,600 per year before tax).
Once one of our immigration specialists in Sunderland have confirmed that you are in fact eligible for a Fiance Visa, we can proceed with your UK visa application. We can maximise the potential of your application through providing detailed and adequate levels of documentation to support your claims and provide sufficient evidence.
We know it is unfortunately common for the Home Office to reject Fiance and Spouse Visa applications due to lack of adequate documentation and evidence, so our immigration lawyers will work tirelessly to prepare a superb application.
For assistance with your Fiance Visa, whether you require legal advice or guidance with an application, call us on 0333 220 4358.
It is certainly possible for an individual to apply for a UK visa application without the help of an immigration lawyer.
However, bearing in mind the complexity and length of many UK visa applications, our experienced team of immigration specialists in Sunderland are aware of the many mistakes and factors that can result in a rejected application.
Rejected applications are costly, time consuming and exhausting. We know that those applying for a visa are usually doing so with a specific deadline in mind or perhaps a personal goal they are keen to achieve. Maybe you would like to travel in the UK or perhaps you are being transferred to the UK by your current employer for work purposes.
Whatever your reason for seeking a UK visa, the application process is typically both timely and difficult to get right.
We would highly recommend seeking the expertise of one of IAS’ immigration lawyers in Sunderland to guide you through the application process. What you may pay now in administrative fees with IAS’ help, you could later save in the event of repeatedly rejected applications.
Contact us today on 0333 220 4358 to take the first step.
Absolutely, our immigration lawyers in Sunderland can provide detailed, professional advice and guidance on British Citizenship.
We can assess your personal eligibility and ensure that you meet all the requirements, while taking into account all aspects of your individual case.
To naturalise in the UK, you must hold Indefinite Leave to Remain, EU Settled Status or permanent residence. Our qualified immigration lawyers can offer tailored advice to you, including on the next steps to be taken.
Yes, for all urgent enquiries, our immigration lawyers are here to assist.
We recognise that some situations require immediate attention and will be sure to provide you with the legal support you need.
For a confidential chat, please call us for free on 0333 220 4358.