Immigration Advice Service (Brighton)

106 Queens Road
Brighton
BN1 3XF

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Phone:
0127 3805 997
Map centered at 50.8265325 degrees latitude and -0.14211380000006102 degrees longitude

Why do you need a visa?

To bring my partner to the UK To bring my family to the UK To settle in the UK To invest or start a business in the UK To work in the UK To study in the UK To visit the UK

Looking for immigration solicitors Brighton?

Our team is made up of experienced immigration advisers with a wealth of experience in immigration, nationality and asylum law. They will assist you with any immigration concern you have. Our immigration lawyers in Brighton have the knowledge to support you at every stage of your application process. They will guide you through each individual stage of your application process.

We have staff who are experts in every aspect of immigration law. Many of our caseworkers are qualified to the same level as immigration solicitors and each of our staff has extensive experience in supporting clients through the immigration system successfully. Whether you need advice, application or appeal support, we are available to help. Read More

Our packages

Advice Package

Comprehensive immigration advice tailored to your circumstances and goals

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Application Package

Designed to make your visa application as successful, smooth and stress-free as possible

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Fast Track Package

Premium application service that ensures your visa application is submitted to meet your deadline

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Appeal Package

Ensure you have the greatest chance of a successful appeal. We will represent you in any hearings/tribunals

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Latest reviews

Michael

Brilliant service on our initial enquiry and call. Mary

Mohsen
I am happy with my first experience with IAS. I had an advice session with Verusha Ishwar. She was knowledgeable… Read More
Farhan

First time I found good advice service, thanks

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