Immigration Law

Initial Free Consultation

Our Immigration and Asylum Team consists of some of the best legal minds in the area. We understand that moving to the UK can be a complicated and stressful experience. Our immigration solicitors will assist you during this process and help you achieve your ambitions in the UK. With years of experience advising people in a wide range of situations, we know how difficult moving to a new country can be. We’ll do everything in our power to make this transition as smooth as possible. We will guide you through every step of the UK immigration process and explain everything you need to know in clear language. Whatever your reasons for coming to the UK, we have the experience and technical knowledge you need to make the process as quick and easy as possible. If you already have a visa, we may be able to help you extend it so you can stay in the UK longer or apply for settlement so you can stay here indefinitely. Whatever application you would like to make, we will help you understand what you need to do to make sure you are successful. We can also challenge rejected immigration applications or if you are having immigration issued.

Family Visas

  • Spouse Entry Clearance – Employed
  • Spouse Entry Clearance– Self Employed
  • Spouse Entry Clearance exemption from Income
  • Spouse exceptional grounds entry clearance
  • Spouse Extension, after initial grant of leave- Employed
  • Spouse extension, after initial grant of leave- Self Employed
  • Spouse exemption from income- after initial grant of leave
  • Family life as parent of British Child
  • Family life as partner of British national
  • Family life as an Adult Dependant
  • Private life in the UK
  • 7-year child Route

EU Applications

  • UK residency card for EEA national
  • Family permit for Non-EEA national in county after 6 months of initial leave
  • Family permit for Non-EEA nationals outside the UK
  • Derivative Rights applications
  • Retained Rights applications by Non-EEA members
  • Permanent Residency applications

Work Visas

  • Tier 1
  • Tier 2
  • Tier 5
  • Tier 4
  • Employers Sponsorship licences

Indefinite Leave to Remain

  • Spouse- Self Employed
  • Spouse- Employed
  • Tier based
  • Returning Residency
  • Refugee/Humanitarian
  • Human Rights Claims
  • Exceptional and Discretionary Leave

Replacement Biometrics

  • No Time Limit
  • Transfer of Conditions

Immigration Detention/Bail

  • Further submissions
  • Representations to Chief Immigration Officer
  • Secretary Of State Bail
  • First Tier Tribunal Bail
  • Appeals


  • Sponsorship Declarations
  • Affidavits
  • Document checking service only

Stateless applications 

  • Child 5-year Route
  • Adult


  • EEA refusal
  • Private life refusal
  • Family life refusal for Human Rights cases
  • Spouse refusal- in country applications- Employed
  • Spouse refusal- in country applications- Self Employed
  • Spouse Entry clearance refusal- Employed
  • Spouse Entry clearance refusal- Self Employed
  • Asylum Refusals
  • Permission to Appeal to Upper Tribunal
  • Appeal to Upper Tribunal
  • Court of Appeal
  • Bail and Judicial Reviews

Visit Visas

  • EEA family member
  • Standard Visit Visa
  • Short Term Study Visa
  • Marriage Visit Visa
  • Schengen Visa
  • Fiancé Visa

British Nationality Applications

  • Adult (over 18)
  • Child
  • British Overseas Nationals
  • Right of Abode


  • Witness Statements for Screening Interview to include evidence
  • Attendance at Substantial interview with client
  • Further Submissions
  • Asylum Appeals
  • Fresh Representations

Judicial Review

  • Pre-Action Protocol Process
  • Paper Application to Upper Tribunal for Permission to Apply for Judicial Review (JR)
  • Application for Urgent Consideration or Interim Order
  • Renewal of an Application (For Oral Hearing) to Apply for Permission to Apply for Judicial Review
  • Judicial Review Against the Home Office, UKBA Following Grant of Permission to Apply for Judicial Review (JR)

Premium Service Applications 

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