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Immigration Lawyers in West Harrow

Immigration Lawyers in West Harrow

Our lawyers in West Harrow are dedicated to offering the best immigration advice and assistance in the London area and remotely.

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Immigration Lawyers in West Harrow

Our West Harrow immigration lawyers act on ethics and passion for immigration and nationality law and believe that everyone should be entitled to reliable immigration advice and assistance. Each of our lawyers are OISC accredited, meaning they undergone extensive training and have to operate to a high standard in their services. Just a few of the services currently offered by our team in West Harrow are:

 

Whether you require first time visa application support, help with an extension, or questions on your right to appeal no enquiry is too complex for our team. We treat each client as an individual, as we believe no two cases or ever the same or should be treated as such. Our services will also be transparent in their pricing and tailored specifically to suit your needs.

To find out more about the services offered by our lawyers in West Harrow, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team today on 0330 433 1213.

 

Did you know our West Harrow lawyers can also help with Sponsor Licence applications?

If your business or charity would like to employ foreign nationals and bring them to the UK to work in specific roles, you will need to ensure you have an up-to-date Sponsor Licence. This ensures you are licenced to sponsor employees for Tier 2 and Tier 5 Worker Visas. The Immigration Advice Service works with corporate bodies and businesses, as well as individuals, to help them achieve their immigration goals.

To do so, you must:

  • Have chosen senior employees to be representatives in the process (cannot be trustees)
  • Have advertised the job out for 28 days at least, show there is market demand that you cannot fill with UK nationals (unless the job is on the shortage occupation list)
  • Supporting documentation proving you are a legitimate business, financially sound etc (will vary depending on your business and work you are employing for)

The process can be quite complex and acquiring legal advice is very much recommended. Our immigration lawyers in West Harrow are here to help your business. To contact IAS to start your enquiry call us on 0330 433 1213.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

There is not one set price to hire an IAS lawyer, this is because every immigration is different and will require varying services.

However, our team in West Harrow believe in being completely transparent when it comes to their fees. If you enquire about the help of our lawyers they will speak to you about your situation and provide you with a quote that will cover all the services you will need from them.

You can be sure there will be no hidden fees.

To get your quote today simply call us on 0330 433 1213.

Yes – please enquire further about our Document Checking Service. Our lawyers will apply all their first hand knowledge of what makes a successful Home Office application to your documentation, ensuring you maximise your chances of success with no errors or omissions.

Call us on 0330 433 1213 or start a live chat to enquire further.

Yes, IAS offers an Appeal Package for instances when your application has unfortunately been rejected by the Home Office. We understand the frustration and upset this can cause, and can help to get your application back on track by going through your paperwork thoroughly to understand the reasons for rejection and ensure your best chances on appeal. You should act fast when accessing legal advice, and your letter from the Home Office should tell you how long you have to lodge the appeal itself.

If you have not been given the right to appeal and you feel decisions made with your application have been unfair, you may have grounds to pursue an Administrative Review.

Please contact us for more information about what you may be eligible for and the best options open to you.

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