Immigration Lawyers and Visa services based in Preston Lancashire UK

Khazan Lawyers -
UK Immigration Lawyers

Khazan lawyers specialise in all types of Visa and immigration work required to stay in the UK.

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Khazan Lawyers - UK Visa Services & Immigration Solicitors

We are an Immigration law firm located near Preston city centre in Lancashire offering immigration and visa services to clients both here and overseas. At Khazan lawyers we have years of experience in Immigration law and specialise in processing applications for British Citizenship, Indefinite Leave to remain, Work visas, Student Visa, Visiting Visas and any other type of visa required to enter the UK. Visit the following link for a full list of Immigration and Visa services. The Immigration law of the United Kingdom is one of the most complex in the world. Due to this complex, Since April 2001, all Immigration representatives are required to register with either the Office of the Immigration Commissioner (OISC) or the Law Society before they provide any immigration service. Our experience and dedication ensures the highest level of professional service. Our approach is not only professional but also personal. Our aim is to remove all immigration worries from you and represent your immigration matter efficiently.

Domestic Violence

Victims of domestic violence with immigration uncertainties are often in the harrowing position of not only being emotionally or physically abused by a family member or partner; but often isolated and worried about whether they are allowed to stay in the UK legally. There is a provision within the UK Immigration Law to enable someone with limited leave on the basis of marriage to regularise their stay if their marriage has broken down during the two year probationary period ...

Student Visas

The UK is fast emerging as the most popular study destinations for education in the world. All educational institutions in the UK are subject to audits periodically to standardize ....

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It is often the case that following the conviction of a foreign national for a crime in the United Kingdom the Secretary of State will seek to deport that person. It is usually only possible to ...

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