Do you need an immigration lawyer in Richmond?
London Immigration Lawyers: Our Services
If you are based in Southwest London, our Richmond upon Thames based immigration lawyers are here to assist you no matter how big or small your query.
The UK’s immigration system is notoriously difficult to navigate, meaning your journey to the UK can be both time-consuming and challenging.
Our immigration lawyers can alleviate this stress, helping to guide you through the entire process.
Perhaps you simply require expert legal advice or maybe you need help with completing and submitting a visa application. No matter what your personal circumstances, we will support you throughout.
To find out more about our packages – including which is best suited to your personal needs – please contact us today on 020 4502 8582.
Can your Richmond immigration lawyers help me with a Skilled Worker Visa?
Here at London Immigration Lawyers, we can help with all aspects of a Skilled Worker Visa – from applying to submitting appeals.
If you choose to receive the legal advice and assistance of our exceptional immigration lawyers, we will remain dedicated to achieving the results you desire.
If you are thinking of moving to the UK and have been offered employment with a UK-based employer, our immigration lawyers in Richmond can assist with your application.
We can both complete and submit a Skilled Worker Visa application on your behalf but first we will ensure that you are eligible to apply for this visa.
It is important to note that, in order to qualify for a Skilled Worker Visa, you must have been offered a job role with a UK employer who holds a valid sponsor licence.
This is key in succeeding.
Some further requirements of this visa include:
- You are over the age of 16
- You are able to support both yourself and your family financially
- You meet the necessary English language requirements
- You hold a Certificate of Sponsorship
- You will be earning an appropriate salary relative to your prospective job role
My Indefinite Leave to Remain application was rejected by the Home Office. Can your Richmond based immigration lawyers help?
We have extensive experience in dealing with the entire Indefinite Leave to Remain process – including rejected applications.
Unfortunately, the Home Office regularly reject applications due to the UK’s stringent immigration law. While it is not essential to acquire the help of a qualified immigration lawyer, it is certainly advisable given how difficult the immigration process can be.
If the Home Office rejected your application for Indefinite Leave to Remain, our immigration lawyers may be able to assist you provided you are eligible to submit an appeal; this will be outlined within your letter of rejection.
Our lawyers are equipped with both expertise and experience when it comes to appealing Home Office decisions.
Perhaps you simply did not provide the sufficient level of supporting documentation; we can help you to turn this around.
We know what makes an excellent application and similarly which key errors to avoid; to provide you with the best chance of success first time around, we would advise seeking the advice of a highly-qualified immigration lawyer.
This could prevent having to repay costly visa fees and undergo the process again.
For more information on how we can assist, get in contact today on 020 4502 8582.
Our immigration lawyers in Richmond have assisted hundreds of businesses across the UK with hiring skilled overseas workers. This includes complete support throughout the process of acquiring a Sponsor Licence.
Holding a Sponsor Licence is essential for those who wish to recruit from outside of the UK. To acquire a Sponsor Licence, you must be able to prove to the Home Office that your business is viable and provide evidence as to why you wish to recruit from outside of the UK – typically due to a relevant skills shortage.
We can help with every step of this process.
To book a consultation, call us today on 020 4502 8582.
Our Richmond immigration solicitors can assist you no matter where you are based – even if you are outside of the UK.
We recognise that it may not always be possible for our clients to visit us in-person, as much as we would like to meet you face-to-face. However, this does not prevent you from receiving our invaluable immigration advice, guidance and assistance with any immigration matter.
We offer our services via telephone or video call such as Skype, providing the same high-quality legal support. It is important to note that not being able to visit us in person will have no impact on the quality of immigration advice you receive from us – this is something we never compromise on. Our remote services are equally as helpful as those we provide in person.