If you intend to consult with a qualified immigration specialist then may please fill the UK Visa Enquiry Form for applications, reapplications after refusal or appeals. After receiving a correctly filled UK visa enquiry form, a qualified London-based immigration specialist will contact within 2-3 working days.
How to get best results?
Since personal circumstances of applicants differ from person to person, therefore, for a meaningful interaction, it is important to provide specific details. Accordingly, for a meaningful interaction, please ensure to provide complete and correct details. For instance, if you intent to:
- reapply for UK visitor the UK after refusal then may explain the reasons for the past refusal(s)
- apply for start-up, innovator or Tier-1 Entrepreneur visa then may provide details of your business, profession, education, business plan etc.
- apply for a fresh visitor visa application then may provide some details of your ties to the home country such as employment, marital status etc.
Indeed, it is better to explain the specific details of your enquiry such as purpose, past applications and refusals etc. Therefore, it is always advisable to provide brief but pertinent details for a meaningful interaction. However, it is purely your choice i.e. how much information you may like to share. Please note, it is usually not possible to respond to incomplete and vague inquiries.
Perhaps, the UK standard visitor visa is the most common and popular UK visa. Therefore, most frequently, people are keen to get specialist advice and representation to apply for the visitor visa successfully. Moreover, quite often after refusal people are looking for professional legal service for re-application or challenging the rejection decision. Additionally, a number of enquiries also relates to work and family settlement visa applications.
A Fresh UK Visitor Visa Application such as Standard Family, Tourist and Business Visitor Visa Applications with or without a sponsor, Child Visitor Visa, Permitted Paid Engagement, Private Medical Treatment, Marriage Visitor Visa, Short-Term Study, Parent of a Tier 4 Child Visa, or Visitor Visa Extension
Tier 1 Investor, Tier 1 Entrepreneur, Tier 1 Exceptional Talent, Graduate Entrepreneur, Tier 2 General, Tier 2 Intra Company Transfer (ICT) or Graduate Trainee, Tier 2 Ministers of Religion and Tier 2 Sportsperson
New Work Visas
Spouse and Family Settlement
UK Spouse/Partner Visa Application for married or unmarried civil partner or same-sex partner, Fiancé(e) or proposed civil partner, Claims under exceptional circumstances and compelling and compassionate circumstances outside the immigration rules, Spouse Visa Extension or Leave to Remain, Domestic Violence Set (DV), Bereaved Partner ILR and Spouse Visa ILR application UK ADR Visa for Elderly Parents and Adult Dependent Relatives such as brothers, sisters, over 18 son/daughter, Parent of a British Child Visa, Bringing an Adopted Child to the UK. Further leave to remain applications under private and family life All types of settlement applications such as long-residence. SET (O) – individuals who are eligible to apply for settlement under Tier 1 and Tier 2 categories
Naturalisation Applications under section 6 of the British Nationality Act 1981 and automatic claims
Human Rights claims within and outside the Immigration Rules
About UK Visa and Immigration Enquiry Services
The immigration service has received enquiries nearly from every part of the world, especially from the United Kingdom, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Ghana, USA, UAE and the Philippines. Accordingly, there has been quite a number of enquiries from:
- India, especially from Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Jalandhar, Kolkata and New Delhi
- Pakistan, mostly from Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore and Mirpur
- USA – mostly from New York and Washington
- Russia – Ekaterinburg, Moscow, Rostov
- Saudi Arabia – Jeddah, Riyadh
- Nigeria – Abuja, Lagos
- Ghana – Accra
- Australia – Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
- Canada – Edmonton, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria Island
- South Africa – Cape Town, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria
- Poland, Philippines, UAE (Dubai), Egypt, Hong Kong, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Jamaica
- Belgium, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Netherlands, Qatar, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey
Do you need to consult with UK visa and Immigration Specialists?
Not really! Perhaps, you can do it yourself, especially if you think your application is straightforward. Certainly, it is not mandatory to apply through an immigration solicitor or representative. Therefore, it is purely your choice whether to opt for the specialist UK visa and appeal services or not.
When you may need to consult with UK Visa and Immigration Specialists?
Perhaps, depending on the circumstances, you may need to consult the UK visa and immigration specialists to discuss a fresh application or reapplication after refusal. Moreover, if you intend to challenge a refusal decision- or are subject to re-entry or deception ban– then might opt for professional appeal, administrative review and judicial review services.
How Immigration Specialists can help challenge refusals?
Apparently, the Immigration Act 2014 provides a full right of appeal to challenge certain types of entry clearance and leave to remain applications. Accordingly, specialist UK visa and immigration solicitors and lawyers can professionally challenge an appealable refusal decision relating to:
- Family and private life
- Spouse and partners visa application
- Human rights and asylum claim
- Revocation of a protection claim
- EEA Family Permit
- Deprivation of British citizenship
- Removals and deportations
However, even if an applicant has no or limit right of appeal, the UK visa and immigration specialist solicitors can help challenge refusals through judicial review.
To Contact UK Visa and Immigration Specialists, London
*What happens next?
Multilingual qualified London based immigration specialists will get back to you. Perhaps, usually within 2-3 working days. If you have not attached any documents, then the UK based Law firm may ask for the relevant Case-Specific Document(s) such as Refusal Letters, Deportation Orders, Application Forms etc. Moreover, after reviewing the papers and information, the legal advisor may advise a course of action and also quote the fees for processing the application.
Have a great day!