Our immigration lawyers are here for when you need to apply for settled status, a visa or anything else associated with UK immigration law. We provide expert support for those seeking professional advice.
In addition to helping individuals, we can also provide support for businesses that wish to sponsor immigrants. From helping to arrange visas and British Citizenship to appealing against refusals, our team are here to help you get the result that you want.
Call us to arrange a consultation or feel free to pop into our walk-in legal clinic.
We have an excellent record of success and can help with all aspects of immigration law, including:
Our resident solicitor Mohammed Aslam Zeb Khattak has extensive experience in immigration law. He previously worked for the Home Office, so he really knows his stuff.
Mohammed and his team throw their legal weight behind all matters to achieve the best results.
Immigration law is highly complex and attempting to navigate it yourself can be detrimental to your application, causing delays and even refusal. We help individuals, families and businesses set up their cases correctly from the beginning to give the very best chance of a successful outcome.
All documentation will be properly completed and checked before we collate all supporting documents to put your application in the best light.
Let us help you. Call to arrange a no-obligation case assessment.
If your application has been refused, you should only reapply if you can support your case with additional documentation. If you can’t do this, you can lodge an appeal which will be heard at an Immigration Tribunal. Appeals average around 6 – 12 months to complete, but can take longer depending on the circumstances.
To give yourself, your family or your business the best chance of overturning a refused application, you should hire a solicitor that specialises in immigration law.
For information and advice, call our immigration solicitors in Birmingham. We’d be happy to discuss your case and provide you with a free quote for our services.