Immigration law is a specialist and constantly changing field. We offer specialist legal advice to clients concerning all aspects of immigration law.
We recognise that many clients requiring advice on immigration issues are facing personal pressures and we aim to provide a supportive and accessible service and we provide advice in terms which our clients can easily understand. We try and offer practical help and solutions to the problems that our clients are facing.
Why choose us?
Your case will be dealt with by Naila Kosar or Sumita Gupta who have specialised in immigration law for the whole of their career. They are accredited Level 2 and Supervisor and have developed a well-deserved reputation for their expertise and for their commitment to their clients. Naila Kosar and Sumita Gupta have represented clients at all levels from initial asylum interviews all the way up to the Court of Appeal.
If you have an immigration problem you may be facing a strict time-limit. We will deal with your case quickly and efficiently.
We give client care a high priority and are committed to providing the highest quality legal advice and representation at competitive prices.
Contact us for advice concerning all aspects of UK immigration law including:
Investing and Business in the UK – Investors, Entrepreneurs and skilled or temporary workers
Studying in the UK – Tier 4 of the Points Based System and student visitor
Working in the UK – sponsored and non-sponsored workers
Coming to the UK to join family – assistance with various types of entry clearance applications and appeals, including fiancé, unmarried partners, spouse and dependant children.
Living in the UK – extending leave to remain in the UK and applying for permanent residency.
Refugee and Human rights – applying for asylum, including challenges to the Home Office and Appeals to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber, family reunion , fresh protection claims and humanitarian protection.
Human rights applications – Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights and discretionary applications.
European Law – Advising EEA nationals and their non-EEA family members
Citizenship – naturalisation as a British citizen
Deportation – assistance with representation if faced with deportation from the UK
Public Law – challenging decisions of public bodies through the High Court’s judicial review procedure.
What will it cost?
You will find that our prices are very competitive. We offer an initial fixed fee. We can offer fixed fees for many types of cases and a competitive hourly rate in all other cases.