Who we are

Immigration Advice Service is a dynamic immigration law firm that provides assistance to both individual and corporate clients, including businesses and charities of all sizes, entrepreneurs, overseas investors, families and students. Many of our clients come to us through a recommendation from family, friends, colleagues or organisations that have used our services and have been highly satisfied with our assistance.

At the Immigration Advice Service, our values are what truly set us apart. Our specialist immigration lawyers and advisers have decades of experience in all areas of immigration law and are specifically selected for their commitment to immigration and asylum work. In addition to being highly experienced, dedicated and passionate, many of our staff members have been through the process of immigrating to the UK themselves, either first hand or with family members and/or friends. This has given them an unrivalled insight into the more personal side of the immigration process, which they are therefore able to see from both a human and a legal perspective.  This enhanced understanding of what people are going through on the personal side, including of the impact of the process on people’s daily lives, means that the customer experience our clients receive from our immigration lawyers and advisers is second to none.

The firm has grown consistently over the last few years. We are, therefore, large enough to provide a full range of immigration, asylum and citizenship services yet small enough to ensure that each client still enjoys the personal touch to our service.  We conduct both private and publicly funded work and have been awarded the Specialist Quality Mark (SQM) for our Legal Aid work on immigration and asylum law cases.

We have offices throughout the UK. Our services are therefore within easy reach, no matter your location. We believe that high quality, affordable, professional immigration advice should be accessible to all, so if you are not able to make it to one of our offices, we can provide helpful advice and guidance on the phone, or, if you are currently residing outside the UK, via Skype appointments.

Case studies

We are proud to have changed lives for the better. Here are some of their stories:

Daniel: Fiance Visa

Daniel was in a long-distance relationship with his partner, a Brazilian National. He proposed to her and wanted to bring her over to the UK but was unsure of his… Read More

Guy: Switching from Tier 4 to Tier 1

Guy was an international student about to finish his university course and had his sights set on starting a company in the UK. His spare time was very limited and… Read More

Aleksander: Fiance Visa Reapplication

Aleksander is a South African National who was in long-term and long-distance relationship with his Fiancee in the UK.
He applied for a Fiancee Visa but was refused and the days until… Read More

Yuma: Tier 4 Student Visa

Yuma, a Japanese National, was accepted as a student in her chosen UK university. She was unclear about the process of coming over to the UK so she contacted… Read More

Arthur and Joaquin: Proposed Civil Partner Visa

Arthur was engaged to a Mexican National. He made an application for entry clearance for his partner but was refused. The wedding day was edging closer and closer so Arthur… Read More

Fareeda: Family Visa

After the breakdown of her marriage, Fareeda was unsure of how she would remain in the UK with her child. Thanks to the hard work of IAS, her application was… Read More

Latest reviews

Edward
We would be delighted to recommend IAS to anyone seeking help with the UK immigration system. We were seeking help… Read More
John

By far the best decision I made concerning my immigration. I highly recommend anyone needing help to contact IAS

Rachael
I paid £150 for an advice session with IAS in Liverpool after having been seriously let down by another utterly… Read More

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