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Personal Injury


We have dedicated ourselves to meet the growing needs of our clients in this demanding and specialised area. We are able to offer expertise in both UK and non-UK personal and business immigration and will also cater for those seeking asylum in providing a "one stop" service. We will offer a full range of advice on immigration matters from the planning stage through to obtaining the relevant immigration permissions and documents.

From standard visit and student visas, point-based work permit applications, indefinite leave to remain and citizenship applications to more unusual applications such as medical and investor visas, association agreements and compassionate and discretionary applications, as well as all aspects of detained case work; we have the necessary knowledge and experience to put you in the best possible position when submitting your application to the UK immigration authorities. We will provide advice in relation to:
  • Work permits – business and commercial, sports and entertainment, and training and work experience.
  • Managed migration – Government initiatives to target shortages in the labour force including the new low skilled       migration scheme aimed at the hospitality and food processing industries.
  • Individual categories including the operation of the five-tiered Points Based System (PBS) and the implications       on both the individual and the employer.
  • Tier 1 visas for highly skilled migrants.
  • High net worth individuals – advice in relation to entering the UK as investors and retired persons of independent       means.
  • Entrepreneurs, highly skilled migrants and innovators.
  • Tier 2 visas for workers who will be sponsored by their employer or who are being transferred to the UK from a       group company.
  • Further leave and indefinite leave to remain and Naturalisation.
  • Entry requirements for spouses and dependants.
  • Appeals against work permits (UK) and Home Office decisions.
  • The scope of business visitor categories, working holiday maker visas and student visas.


Our solicitors have extensive experience in dealing with appeals and representations to the UK immigration authorities should your application get rejected. As much as possible the appeal, if it becomes necessary, will be conducted by the same solicitor who prepared your application, including the preparation of the necessary paperwork and the conduct of the Tribunal hearing. This approach will ensure that the person presenting your case during the appeal knows your case well and is able to present your case effectively.



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