The IAS Visa Wizard is the easy way to find the correct visa for you
At the Immigration Advice Service, we’re extremely proud of our core set of values, which we adhere to at all times. In addition to the fantastic people we have working at IAS, the values that we hold dear are what truly set us apart from most other immigration law companies.
As well as being ethical, we uphold the belief that everyone should be entitled to sound, professional immigration and asylum advice, and we endeavour to make sure that this is the case through a core set of principles, pro bono and charitable work.
Comprehensive immigration advice tailored to your circumstances and goals
Designed to make your visa application as successful, smooth and stress-free as possible
Premium application service that ensures your visa application is submitted to meet your deadline
Ensure you have the greatest chance of a successful appeal. We will represent you in any hearings/tribunals
Following a family illness, Serhan and his family needed to stay in the UK longer than his Visitor Visa allowed them. The lawyers at IAS were able to help him… Read More
Harriet is dual Canadian-British Citizen who was currently living in the UK. She needed guidance on whether her Canadian Citizen parents would need a visa to enter the UK… Read More
Gosia, an EEA national, wanted to tour the UK while seeking work, however, she was unsure if she was permitted to do so.
Gosia contacted IAS and arranged a… Read More
Priyanka was an Indian National who wanted to visit her daughter, of whom she had had very little contact with, in the UK.
However, she was unsure of what the… Read More
Stanislav is an Estonian National who was accepted into a University in the UK.
Due to Brexit, Stanislav wanted to understand the procedures and steps he needed to take to… Read More
Tomas had come to the UK to start his life before bringing his daughter to join him. Although not an easy application, a creative idea by his lawyer at IAS… Read More
excellent service every question answered and I was made very welcome and at ease
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