London is one of the largest, most vibrant and exciting cities in Europe and has world-class business, investment and education opportunities. The practicalities and technicalities of applying for visas and work permits can, however, be daunting. For most, applications for UK immigration is based on a points-based 5 tier system that covers a range of immigration classes including highly-skilled applicants, skilled migrants with a certificate of sponsorship from an employer, and students and young people sponsored by either an educational institution or their home government.
Immigration rules, prerequisites and the grounds for points allocation can be complex and the differ depending upon visa class. At Barar Associates, however, our team of specialist London immigration solicitors have expert knowledge in all aspects of UK immigration law and are committed to providing jargon-free advice, ensuring you understand the process and procedures required and are kept fully informed during the course of your application. Our legal experts take care of everything, so you can focus on what you are expert in: be that your business, investment or studies.
We are a London-based firm entirely dedicated to immigration, visa and work permit applications so you know that every one of our team is a specialist in the field, and through our membership of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA), we are committed to sharing, promoting and continually improving best practice in immigration, asylum and nationality law both in the UK and across Europe, as well as striving for an egalitarian system of immigration law that is free from discrimination on the grounds of gender, race and ethnicity. You can be sure that your application will be dealt with to the very best of our expert abilities, and that we treat every one of our clients with the same personal commitment.
You can arrange an appointment meet our team and discuss your requirements in more detail by calling us on 020 7487 8370. We look forward to hearing from you and to getting your application under way.
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