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New E-Visas 31 December 2024
Expiry date of BRP on 31 December 2024 – New E-Visas

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Changes to Financial Requirement for Appendix FM and Skilled Worker Visas
Changes to Financial Requirement for Appendix FM and Skilled Worker Visas to be announced

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We are top immigration lawyers in London, specialise exclusively in UK immigration and nationality law. We provide UK visa services in London and clients from across the globe, supporting you with applications for fiance visasmarriage visasentrepreneur visas, and sponsorship licences, as well as visa appeals and administrative review processes if you have been refused a UK visa. Due to the complex and constantly changing nature of immigration law in the UK, we strongly recommend that you use visa solicitors to support and represent you from the start. Regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), get in touch with our immigration solicitors in Croydon, London today for an honest opinion of your case, any possible costs, and your available options.

Why Choose Visa & Migration?

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We make the process of your application quicker

As soon as you contact us via phone or email, your call or email is answered by an immigration solicitor in Croydon. We assess your circumstances to make sure that you are meeting all the relevant requirements of the Immigration Rules.

Once we have carried out a complete assessment and you have instructed us by signing letter of authority and making payment of our fee, you will generally work with the same caseworker who answered your initial call. This allows no misunderstandings to occur during the process we represent your application.

We provide you with a list of documents unique to circumstances of your case. We also provide you with relevant templates and questionnaire to gather of the basic information such as your address, parents’/dependents’ details, etcetera.

After we have started the process for your application you can contact us via phone and emails which are answered always. We never charge you an additional fee for numerous calls or emails you do or we respond to.

Our immigration solicitors in London (Croydon) will always keep you informed on the progress of your case via phone calls and emails, so you never miss any important information. We always explain you what the information means so that you are correctly advised on what you may need to do.

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No Hidden Costs

You always get one fee with us and you are provided only one invoice for your case which covers our work from beginning to end.

You never get a surprise bill with us you are always told in advance what you will be paying and what service you will be receiving.

We always keep the best interest of our client at heart and go the extra mile to provide excellent experience for a fixed fee for representing the case from beginning to end.

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Get Success with our advisors

We will never misguide you to take your money, if it cannot be done we will tell you what you need to do to get it right before we take on your case.

We minimise the time for the process and make it Fast, Easy and Secure. Your information and documents are always protected with us and the information will never be shared with anyone else unless we have your consent in writing.

Our advisers research on cases regularly to keep abreast with ever changing Immigration Law in the UK. We always provide submissions with your case which gives the application high chances of success. Success is always our aim for your case and we will always fight your corner strongly.

Why Choose Our Service?

Our firm is one of the top immigration lawyers London. Our staff have Law degrees from UK Universities and are regulated by the OISC and the Law Society of England and Wales. Our lawyers have experience of over 20 years and have vast knowledge in the field of UK Immigration Law. Our Lawyers provide high standards of UK Visa services in London by always keeping up to date with relevant changes to the UK Immigration Law. Our Lawyers also regularly train themselves by attending various webinars and training with providers such as Immigration Law Practitioners Association and the Law Society to keep their personal development record to the highest standards in practice.

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These are most frequently asked questions

No, you cannot switch into another visa category from within the UK, as the UK immigration rules do not permit this.

You can call us or email us and once we carry out an initial assessment and if you will be able to meet the requirements, we will send you a client care letter with details of our discussion and our advice.

There are general documents such as passport, your biometrics, etcetera. However, evidence to be provided always depends on your personal circumstances so there are never one size fits all when it comes to the documents or evidence required.

Our fee depends on the complexities of the application. For example, if you have been refused before or have been in breach of UK Immigration Laws then we need to assess how much more time we need to spend on a case to get a positive outcome, so our fee is different depending on circumstances of an applicant.

Generally, under most categories you can apply for ILR after spending 5 years, unless you are applying for ILR on the Long Residency ILR basis which is granted after 10 years or you are on category which leads to ILR after 10 years, such as, 10 years parent route or you are granted leave on exceptional circumstances.

It depends on the category you are applying under for example if you are applying for a fiancé or spouse visa from outside the UK you need Level A 1 CEFR or for skilled worker visa you need Level B1 CEFR. Different type of applications need different English Level tests.