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Immigration Lawyers in Harrow

Immigration Lawyers in Harrow

London Immigration Lawyers based in Harrow are here to assist you with expert legal advice, no matter the complexity of your immigration query. 

Contact our client care team today to hear more about our unique services and how we can help you on 020 4502 8582.

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Do you need immigration advice in Harrow?

Immigration advice in Harrow

Whether you need a Visit Visa or you are seeking permanent settlement rights in the UK such as Indefinite Leave to Remain, it is highly likely you will need an immigration lawyer. The UK’s points-based-system is notorious for its complexity and high refusal rates, meaning even the slightest discrepancy or mistake in your application will result in a failure. It is important to note that the Home Office does not refund refused visa applications. 

Our OISC certified and expert immigration lawyers in Harrow are well versed in all areas of UK immigration and asylum law. Our solicitors handle complex visa applications every day and know exactly what it takes to build a compelling portfolio of evidence to surpass the Home Office’s high expectations. 

As soon as you lodge your query with our client care team, you will be matched with a suitable immigration lawyer for a thorough consultation. Contact us today on 020 4502 8582 to hear more about our custom-made advice sessions and how we can maximise your chances of success. 

How can London Immigration Lawyers help me with my UK Visa application? 

Here at London Immigration Lawyers in our office based in Harrow, London, our dedicated and expert team of immigration solicitors can help you will all aspects of your UK Visa application.  

With over 50 years of experience in the field between us, there is no application too complex for our lawyers to handle. We have specialists in family immigration law, encompassing the Spouse Visa, Unmarried Partner Visa, Fiancée Visa and Family Visa, as well as lawyers who specialise in business and corporate immigration law such as the Work Visa, Sponsor Licence Application, Intra-Company Transfer and Start-Up Visa. And our services don’t end there: we can help you to claim asylum, apply for British Citizenship, secure a Student Visa and many more.  

In addition, we tailor our services to suit your individual needs and circumstances. For instance, you may require an immigration lawyer who specialises in family immigration law to assist you with your portfolio of supporting evidence – or you may need a corporate solicitor to help you pass the ‘Genuine Business Test’ in your Sponsor Licence application. 

As such, we offer general Advice Packages, a thorough Application Package, a document-checking service and more. Once you meet your immigration lawyer, either face-to-face, over the phone or via Skype, he or she will advise you on your next steps and will liaise with the Home Office on your behalf throughout the duration of your case. Your personal lawyer will also send a Letter of Recommendation to UKVI, strengthening the merits of your case and outlining the qualities of your character and why you should be accepted in your visa application. 

Contact us today to discuss our many services and how London Immigration Lawyers can ease the burden of the visa paperwork. Our phone number is 020 4502 8582.

Can your immigration solicitors in Harrow help me with the British Citizenship application? 

Even if you sought immigration advice from a third party previously, London Immigration Lawyers can pick up your case and help you achieve full residency rights and British Citizenship status. 

It is important to note that you must have sound immigration history in the UK before you seek British Citizenship. This means you must not have had any gaps in your legal residency in the UK – even accidentally overstaying a visa at some point in the last 10 years may jeopardise your British Citizenship application on the grounds of failing to meet the ‘Good Character’ requirement. In addition, you must have lived in the UK for a period of at least 12 months with no absences longer than 180 days under the immigration status Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) before seeking citizenship. This means that in most cases, you must have accumulated at least six years of lawful residency in the UK before switching onto British Citizenship.  

At London Immigration Lawyers in Harrow, our immigration lawyers can help you with your British Citizenship application by: 

  • Ensuring you meet the eligibility requirements, such as the Good Character requirement and the six years or more legal residency 
  • Building a portfolio of supporting evidence on your behalf such as a history of utility bills, previous English Language test certificates and mapping your immigration history 
  • Helping you prepare for the mandatory Life in the UK test  
  • Liaising with the Home Office and UKVI on your behalf 
  • Submitting a Letter of Recommendation to accompany your application  

To hear more about how we can help you with your British Citizenship application, contact our client care team to arrange an untimed consultation session with one of our immigration lawyers on 020 4502 8582

What other services do London Immigration Lawyers in Harrow offer? 

We offer a wide range of services that are tailor-made to each clients’ individual needs. From Spouse Visa advice sessions to Work Visa application guidance, our immigration lawyers in London cover it all.  

Aside from thorough advice and application services, we can also help you in other areas. For example, if you wish to challenge a refused visa via an appeal, London Immigration Lawyers offer a unique Appeal Package in which your lawyer will even represent you in your Tribunal hearing. We can help you appeal your visa even if you attempted to fill your application yourself or had sought advice from a third-party immigration firm. 

In addition, we help with all areas of visa renewals and extensions. In this case, it is best to contact us in advance and before your visa expires to avoid potentially falling foul of the law by accidentally overstaying your visa permission. The Home Office scrutinises visa overstayers – and may even decide to deport you if there are any gaps in your immigration history.  

Contact us today to learn more about our custom-made packages and sessions. 

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