Immigration – Visa Applications & Appeals
With constant changes to UK Immigration Law, you need professionals on your side who can guide you through the application process to give you the best chance of a favourable outcome.
We provide assistance with every aspect of Immigration Law. Through our understanding of the law in this area, we take practical steps to help our clients have a clear and complete understanding of their position and their immigration options and expertly guide and assist them in order to achieve the best possible outcome.
- Fiancé, Marriage, Partner, Dependent Child/Parent/Relative Applications
- Applications For Settlement – Indefinite Leave To Remain
- Visit/Tourists Visa
- Sponsorship Of Family Members Abroad For Entry To The UK
- Advice On Points-Based System For Working And Studying In The UK
- Family Reunion Applications
- British Citizenship Applications
- Investor &Business Category Applications
- Work Category Applications
- Student And Training Category Applications
- Human Rights-Based Applications For Discretionary Leave
- Applications To Switch Residence Permit Category
- Appeals Against Home Office Refusals Of Permission To Stay
- Challenging Orders For Deportation – Injunctive Relief
- Bail Applications For Immigration Detainees
EEA Family Permit
If a non-EEA family member of an EEA national (for example a spouse, civil partner, unmarried partner, child, grandchild or grandparent) who is outside the UK wishes to come to the UK to join their EEA family member, they must apply to the British Embassy for an EEA family permit. If this European visa is granted, they are entitled to come to the UK to join their EEA family member.
EEA Residence Card
A non-EEA family member of an EEA national (for example a spouse, civil partner, unmarried partner, child, grandparent) who is already in the UK can apply for an EEA Residence Card so that they can remain in the UK with their EEA family member. This can benefit someone who is in the UK on any visa category or even potentially someone who is here illegally.
An EEA national and their non-EEA family members can apply for settlement (permanent residence) after having resided together in the UK continuously for five years.
Call us today on 01482 616 616 to discuss assistance with your application or appeal