Whether you require UK immigration assistance as an individual or as an organisation, our specialist Immigration lawyers can help you through the complexities of the UK immigration system.
We have extensive experience of handling UK immigration applications ranging from work permissions, employers' duties and compliance under the Points-Based System, to Tier 1 (Investor) visas and advising individuals and their families on personal matters.
We provide practical advice clearly setting out the immigration journey from the initial visa application to permanent residency and acquiring British Citizenship. Our extensive contacts throughout the Immigration Authorities in the UK and with the British Diplomatic Posts around the world, allow us to achieve exceptional results for all our clients.
For high-net-worth individuals we can tailor and enhance our service through our contacts with international tax advisers and wealth managers to fully maximise the benefits of the UK's tax regime.
Our immigration team also has a proven track record of successfully appealing Home Office decisions, especially relating to Tier 1 (Investor) and (Entrepreneur), Tier 2 and Tier 4 of the Points Based System but also in other personal immigration cases.
Our team is frequently asked to provide training on immigration matters to in house lawyers, HR and other immigrations lawyers. We are also immigration experts for Lexis Nexis PSL immigration service (a global professional information solutions provider).
The group is known for its immigration law capability as cited in Legal 500 and works closely with other disciplines within the firm such as the international tax, corporate, employment and private client teams.
News & Insights
The MAC publishes final report on a post-Brexit immigration system
The MAC makes recommendations to the government about what a post -Brexit UK migration system should look like.
Immigration Update: Government announces changes to Tier 2 Skilled Worker cap
The Home Office has announced that foreign medics will be excluded from the government’s cap on skilled migration.