Do you need a Kensington & Chelsea immigration lawyer?
London Immigration Lawyers in Kensington & Chelsea
Our London immigration lawyers based in Kensington & Chelsea are highly qualified, equipped with up-to-date knowledge and expansive experience in all areas of immigration law.
Whether you require help submitting a Spouse Visa application or feel you are ready to apply for British citizenship, our team of OISC-accredited immigration lawyers in Kensington & Chelsea are here to help.
Collectively, our immigration lawyers in London have decades’ worth of experience in submitting applications, appeals, providing tailored legal advice and representing you throughout every step of the immigration process.
We can also provide emergency assistance to those who are being held in detention, or those who are seeking asylum.
There is no immigration problem too big or small for London Immigration Lawyers and our team in Kensington & Chelsea would be thrilled to offer you assistance.
What services do London Immigration Lawyers in Kensington & Chelsea offer?
London Immigration Lawyers boasts a unique, comprehensive range of services and packages which can be tailored to your precise needs and requirements.
Whether you simply require legal advice from a qualified immigration lawyer to help you on the first step of your journey or practical assistance with a visa application, our team of immigration specialists in Kensington & Chelsea will accommodate your personal immigration needs.
Some of our most popular packages are:
- Advice sessions – Professional guidance from one of our dedicated immigration lawyers whereby we can discuss and explore the ways in which we can support you throughout the process
- Application services – We can take full responsibility of your application by completing and submitting it to the Home Office while also corresponding with them
- Appeal package – If your application is rejected by the Home Office, our immigration experts can submit an appeal if you are eligible, giving you another chance at success
Do I need the help of London Immigration Lawyers to submit my visa application?
While it is not essential to receive the expert guidance of an immigration lawyer, it is highly advisable due the Home Office’s high rejection rate.
We know first hand the level of scrutiny your application will be subjected to, meaning simple mistakes or inconsistencies can prove detrimental to its success.
To avoid having to submit several applications – at an extortionate cost – allow our London Immigration Lawyers in Kensington & Chelsea to give you the best chance at success first time.
We can fully prepare and submit your application to the Home Office, ensuring it is free of error and provides the sufficient level of supporting documentation.
What’s more, we know that submitting an application is both time consuming and stressful. With the help of our immigration specialists, we can reduce this stress by taking complete responsibility.
We have a superb track record meaning you can rest in the knowledge that we will be dedicated to achieving the result you desire.
To find out more about how London Immigration Lawyers can help with your specific case, contact our client care team today on 0203 411 1966.
Can London Immigration Lawyers in Kensington & Chelsea help with my Tier 2 Work Visa application?
Absolutely, our immigration lawyers are equipped with the knowledge and experience required to submit an outstanding Tier 2 Work Visa application.
This route is perfect for those who have received a job offer from a UK-based company which is a licensed sponsor.
To be eligible for a Tier 2 Work Visa, it is important to note that you must meet the necessary requirements under the point-based system, which holds that you must:
- Be earning an appropriate salary for the job role
- Meet the English language requirements
- Be over the age of 16 on the date that you submit your application
- Pass the ‘genuine vacancy test’, which ensures that your skills are appropriate for the job role
- Be able to support yourself and your family without relying on public funds
If you meet this criteria and wish to take the first step of your journey to working and residing in the UK, contact Immigration Lawyers London on 0203 411 1966.
We have submitted countless Tier 2 Work Visa applications and have a comprehensive understanding of how your application will be assessed.
This means we can ensure it is as strong as possible and that it includes the adequate level of supporting documentation; something your application will be heavily dependent on.
What are the requirements for Indefinite Leave to Remain?
Our immigration lawyers in Kensington & Chelsea recognise the importance of securing Indefinite Leave to Remain and how this can provide comfort, stability and security in the UK. It is often thought of as a stepping stone to British citizenship.
With ILR comes an array of benefits, for example you are free to take up work in the UK without having to acquire permission from a government department.
There are similarly no longer any restrictions tied to your permission to live, work or study in the UK.
However, the process of acquiring ILR can be both complex and lengthy.
Some of the key requirements that you must meet in order to be eligible to apply for ILR are:
- You must have been living in the UK lawfully for a specific period of time
- You have not breached any immigration laws during your stay in the UK and hold no criminal record
- You have not spent a period of over 180 days outside the UK in the 12-month qualifying period
- You have passed the Life in the UK test
- You meet the B1 level of English as set out by the Common European Framework of Languages
Can London Immigration Lawyers help me to appeal a Home Office decision?
Depending on your personal circumstances and the contents of your refusal letter, you may be eligible to submit an appeal against a Home Office decision.
In this case, our immigration lawyers in Kensington and Chelsea are able to act on your behalf to attempt to achieve the desired results.
It is important to note, however, that you must act fast; if you are eligible to appeal the decision, you will have a limited of time to do so.
Our immigration experts can assess your refusal letter and work efficiently to gather an extensive portfolio of supporting evidence for your case.