The IAS Visa Wizard is the easy way to find the correct visa for you
Thousands of immigration, nationality and asylum applications are turned down every year by the Home Office as a result of common mistakes in completing or submitting the necessary documentation. The costly fees are generally non-refundable if an application is refused.
At the Immigration Advice Service, our legal experts can help you with all types of immigration applications and appeals at a price you can afford. Our services are tailored to meet the individual needs of our clients, from one-off telephone advice through to a full consultation with an immigration adviser offering practical assistance, support and representation.
Our highly qualified immigration lawyers have extensive knowledge of all key immigration, nationality and asylum legislation together with up-to-date rules, regulations and Home Office procedures, meaning we are able to give the best and most up-to-date immigration advice. With decades of legal experience, our nationwide team boasts a consistent track record of successfully assisting clients, from individuals and their families to UK businesses and their employees.
Derek is a US national who is in a long-distance relationship with his fiance, who is based in the UK. He contacted IAS for advice on how to join… Read More
Ahmet wanted to bring his Turkish mother to the UK to care for her. He knew that the application would be difficult so came to IAS for expert advice.
IAS… 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
Martin is a UK national who met Linda, his partner, in Nigeria while he was traveling.
The pair quickly hit it off and decided to get engaged.
Linda applied to enter the… Read More
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
Asis, a Spanish national, was offered employment in the UK but was unsure whether or not he would be able to bring his wife and children with him when he… Read More