UK Immigration Law requirements to enter, remain or settle in the UK

UK Immigration

The UK Immigration Law and rules are very precise as to who qualifies to enter, remain or settle in the UK, and what requirements must be fulfilled before people are admitted and are allowed to remain in the UK. It is therefore important that you receive good quality advice in order to ascertain what conditions you need to fulfil before submitting your application or appeal.

We specialise in the UK Immigration Law and are able to assist you in any aspect of your application or appeal. There are various areas of the UK Immigration law (listed below) and procedure in which we are able to assist you in.

  • Visitor visa (tourist)
  • Spouse visa
  • Dependant relative visa
  • Domestic Violence
  • Long Residence
  • All applications for further leave to remain
  • Right of Abode
  • All work permit applications (PBS: Tiers 1 & 2)
  • Sponsorship Licence
  • Family re-union (asylum)
  • British Nationality
  • Workers Registration Scheme
  • Family visit visa
  • Un-married partner visa
  • UK Ancestry
  • Child Access Rights
  • All applications for indefinite leave to remain
  • Returning Residents
  • NTL –TOC (transfer of documents)
  • Student Visa (PBS: Tier 4)
  • Asylum applications
  • Human Rights Law (ECHR)
  • European Economic Area applications (EEA)
  • Appeals against refusals issued by the UKBA and British High Commission / Embassies

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