There are many reasons why people choose to relocate to the UK. It maybe for love, study or due to a long standing family connection. The possibilities are endless and we have the expertise to deal with all scenarios.
Immigration - Work Related
We enable individuals and organisations to find strategic solutions to their immigration matters and understand the competing pressures of managing a business’ needs with Home Office processes under the Points Based System.
Asylum and Human Rights
Not everyone is safe and secure in their home country. Those who face harm may need to make the difficult decision of seeking refuge abroad. The UK is a signatory to the Refugee Convention and the European Convention on Human Rights and is obliged to protect individuals and respect their human rights.
British nationality law is complex and becoming a British citizen is not just a matter of being born in the UK. A person’s entitlement to British citizenship will depend on many factors, including their parents’ nationality, length of residence in the UK and country of residence at the time of birth.
European Free Movement Applications
The rights and entitlements of European nationals and their family members is a niche area of law requiring specialist advice. We are recognised as experts in this area of law and have had a number of cases before the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU).
Appeals and Judicial Review
Receiving a negative decision on an immigration or asylum application can be devastating for all those affected. We understand the uncertainty and distress that can result from such decisions. We offer strategic advice to individuals and organisations on the best way to challenge Home Office decisions. We take a pragmatic approach on behalf of our clients, ensuring the most cost effective and speedy resolution.
Our lawyers are experienced in the their practice areas, come from diverse backgrounds and the firm is multi-cultural and proud of its cultural diversity. The firm seeks to recruit the best talent irrespective of race, religion or disability.