The IAS Visa Wizard is the easy way to find the correct visa for you
Our immigration lawyers offer one-to-one advice sessions and application services, which are tailored to you.
Our advice services include:
We also offer application support. This includes:
If you are looking for immigration advice, IAS can help. Contact us for a free initial consultation with an immigration specialist, who can assess your best options and next steps.
There are several options which allow you to come to the UK as a spouse or partner of a British citizen.
These include coming as a spouse, civil partner or unmarried partner.
If you would like legal support with your Spouse Visa enquiry, contact our team of immigration specialist.
More information on the different types of Spouse & Partner Visas
There are several different types of UK Work Visa.
The visa categories which allow you to work in the UK under the points-based-system are Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent), Tier 2 (General Skilled Worker) and Tier 5 (Temporary Worker).
Our lawyers can assist you with your work visa enquiry. Get in touch with them to discuss your situation.
More information on the different types of Work Visa
You can study in the UK for more than three months using a Tier 4 Student Visa.
This type of visa can be applied for if you want to take on a course at a UK educational institution, like a University.
To speak to an immigration lawyer about studying in the UK, contact us now.
More information on the different types of Student Visas
There are several options available to you if you need advice about settling in the UK.
You can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain if you have been in the UK on certain visas after five years.
You can then make an application for British citizenship, which gives you the exact same rights as someone born in the UK.
For tailored advice on settling in the UK, contact us now to arrange a lawyer meeting.
More information on settling in the UK
As an EU or EEA citizen, you can live, work and study in the UK without a visa.
If you want to settle in the UK and become a full British citizen, you can do this. First you must apply for Permanent Residence in the UK.
Get in touch with us now to speak with an immigration lawyer about your specific circumstance.
More information the options available for EEA citizens
If you have had to flee from your home country for fear of harm or persecution, you may be eligible to claim asylum in the UK.
More information on asylum
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