Our specialist team of immigration solicitors and lawyers in London, UK can provide UK visa and immigration services for all types of UK immigration matters. Our specialiast immigration advisors and consultants can provide immigration advice service and legal representations on fixed fee basis. As one of the leading immigration solicitors and lawyers based in London, we provide best legal services for all types of UK visa and immigration applications ranging from entry clearance applications, switching visas from inside the UK, renewal of UK visa, Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR), naturalisation as a British Citizen and British passport applications.

Ask a question to our specialist team of immigration solicitors for free immigration advice online concering your UK visa and immigration matter or book an appointment online for detailed immigration advice with our specialist immigration solicitor having more than 19 years of experience as an immigration lawyer. 

The Managing Director (MD), Mr Arshad Mahmood, is the principal immigration solicitor who has wealth of knowledge of UK immigration laws and huge experience of 19 years of practicing as a UK immigration lawyer. Mr Mahmood has more than 17 years of Post Qualification Experience (PQE) as an immigration solicitor having qualified as a solicitor on 15 March 2005.  As one of the best immigration solicitors in London, Mr Mahmood is a specialist immigration lawyer for Priority and Super Priority Visa Service, helping clients getting faster decision on their UK visa and immigration applications.

Our immigration solicitors for fast track visa service are recognised as one of the best UK immigration solicitors and lawyers in London, UK. With vast knowledge and huge experience spanning nearly two decades, our specialist team of immigration lawyers and consultants can provide expert immigration advice / consultation and legal representations in all types of UK visa and immigration matters. Our Fast Track Immigration Solicitors can provide Priority Service for decision within 5 working days and Super Priority Service for decision within 24 hours on most UK visa and immigration applications.

With offices in London, our experienced immigration lawyers and solicitors can help with all stages of UK visa and immigration applications starting from entry clearance applications to come to the UK, switching from one visa category to another from inside the UK, extension/renewal of your UK visa from inside the UK, applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK, applying for Naturalisation as a British Citizen in the UK and applying for a British passport.

Immigration Advice Service UK

As specialist immigration solicitors, we provide high quality UK immigration advice service conerning all types of UK visa and immigration matters. You can book an appointment online for a detailed immigration advice and consultation with Mr Arshad Mahmood, a specialist immigration solicitor, for a fixed fee of £120 (no VAT) during our office hours and £150 (no VAT) outside our office hours. 

During the immigration advice & consultation session, our immigration advisors and solicitors will advise you about the relevant immigration laws, procedures, requirements, documents, etc after discussing your immigration matter in detail with you. Upon thorough assessment of your personal circmstances, our immigration lawyers will advise you about chances of success in your immigration case and the timescale for a decision to be reached on your immigration matter. Your attention will be drawn to the weaknesses and strengths of your immigration case so that the prospects of success can be increased, if possible. We will address all the questions you may have in relation to your immigration matter during the immigration advice & consultation session.

During the immigration advice session, our immigration solicitors and advisors will advise you about the fixed fee we will charge to handle your immigration matter and if you instruct us for your immigration matter within 2 weeks, your immigration consultation fee will be taken off the fixed fee quoted to handle your immigration case. Read More

Priority or Super Priority Service For Faster Decision

Our specialist team of immigration solicitos for fast track visa service can fast track your UK visa and immigration application to get you decision on your application faster under the Priority Service or Super Priority service. This way you will get decision on your application faster and will not to wait for a decision on your application for months (some time years).

Our immigration solicitors for fast track visa service can prepare your application faster and submit your application under the Priority Service or Super Priority Service to get you faster decision on your application.

As immigration lawyers for Priority and Super Priority Service in London, we are registered with the Home Office, UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) and its commercial partners UKVCAS Sopra Steria to provide Priority and Super Priority Service for your application whereby decision on your application will be made by the Home Office UKVI faster. An application submitted through Priority Service is normally decided within 5 working days and an application submitted through Super Priority Service is normally decided within 24 hours (usually by end of next working day). Read More

Family Visa UK

Our team of family visa solicitors can provide expert immigration advice and legal representations for all types of applications for family visa UK. Most family visa applications are made under Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules. Family visa UK applications are based on relationship of the applicant with the UK sponsor so that the applicant can stay in the UK with the sponsoring UK family member. Family visa applications include spouse visa, unmarried partner visa, same sex partner visa, civil partner visa, parent of a child visa, children's applications to stay in the UK with their sponsoring parents and some other family visa applications.

Our Fast Track Immigration Solicitors for family visas can prepare your application faster and get decision on your family visa application faster through Super Priority Service.

As specialist family visa solicitors, we can provide immigration advice and representations for following family visa applications:

Work Visas UK 

Our specialist team of work visa solicitors can provide immigration advice and legal representations for all types of UK work visa applications. Our work visa solicitors have successfully helped thousands of clients with their work visa applications and have the required legal expertise and competence to handle all types of UK work visa applications. Various UK work visas include temporary worker visas, short-term work visas, long term work visas, investor visas, business development visas, talent visas and other various work visas.

Our expert team of work visa solicitors can provide fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee immigration services for your work visa application. Our work visa solicitors can provide legal help and assistance at all stages of work visa applications including applications for entry clearance for work visa, switching into work visa from inside the UK, renewal/extension of work visas and Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) on the basis of work visas.

Following are the various UK work visa categories for which, our expert team of work visa solicitors can provide expert immigration advice and legal representations:

Dependant Visa UK

Partner and children of work visa holders can apply for dependant visa to stay in the UK with the work visa holder. Our specialist team of solicitors for dependant visas can provide high quality immigration advice and legal representations for all types of dependant visa applications on fixed fee basis. With exception of a few, in almost all work visa categories the dependant are allowed to join the work visa holder in the UK. Dependants can apply for ILR as dependants where the work visa holder is under a work visa type which is a settlement route and leads to ILR.

Our expert team of immigration solicitors can provide fast, friendly, reliable and fixed fee legal services for your dependant visa application. Our immigration solicitors can provide legal help and assistance at all stages of dependant visa applications including applications for entry clearance for dependant visa, switching into dependant visa from inside the UK, renewal/extension of dependant visas and Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) as a dependant.

Following are the various dependant visas for which, our expert team of immigration solicitors can provide expert immigration advice and legal representations:

Sponsor Licence

The sponsor licence is issued by the Home Office UKVI to a UK employer/business and grants permission to the UK employer to sponsor workers in its business. Only organisations, not individuals, can be Home Office approved licensed 'sponsors'. The Home Office UKVI maintains an online register of licenced sponsors and all UK businesses holding sponsor licence appears in the register of licenced sponsors.

If you are a UK employer and wish to sponsor a migrasnt worker for an eligible skilled job in your UK business, you must have sponsor licence granted by the Home Office UKVI. Our expert team of immigration solicitors for sponsor licence appliations can provide immigration advice and legal representations for all types of sponsor licence applications. Our sponsor licence solicitors provide a wide range of legal services in relation to sponsor licence matters including application for a new sponsor licence, an application for renewal of sponsor licence, an application for a defined or undefined Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS). Our sponsor licence solicitors can also help with challenging the refusal of sponsor licence application or suspension and/or revocation of the sponsor licence by the Home Office, UKVI.

Our immigration solicitors for fast track visa service can provide priority service for your sponsor licence application or an application for a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) to get a faster decision on your application .

As specialist sponsor licence solicitors, we provide immigration advice and legal representations for following sonsor licence applications:

Long Residence Applications

You can apply for leave to remain or Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) based on long residence. Long residence applications are either on the basis of 10 years of continuous and lawful residence or on the basis of 20 years long residence. Applications for long residence are made under part 7 of the Immigration Rules. All long residence applications are treated as human rights claims by the Home Office UKVI and a refusal of a long residence application normally triggers an in-country right of appeal unless the human rights claim is certified by the Home Office UKVI as manifestly unfounded.

Our specialist team of long residence solicitors can provide expert immigration advice and legal representations for following applications on the basis of long residence in the UK:

Private Life Applications

The private life applications  are made by a person on the basis of private life established in the UK. The application for leave to remain on the basis of private life is made under paragraph 276ADE of the Immigration Rules. The private life applications are considered as human rights applications under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (EHR) and refusal of such applications will normally attract an in-country right of appeal against the refusal of human rights claim unless the human rights claim is certified by the Home Office UKVI as manfistly unfounded.

Applications based on private life under paragraph 276ADE can only be made from inside the UK and one cannot submit such application from outside the UK. Furthermore, the private life route is a 10-year route to settlement. There is no 5-year route to settlement for those who seek to rely on their private life to remain in the UK. However, the Home Office UKVI has recently introduced an early settlement scheme for young adults who have lived at least half of thier life in the UK whereby an application for ILR can be made after 5 years of living in the UK lawfully.

Following are the various private life applications under paragraph 276ADE of the Immigration Rules for which our immigration solicitors can provide expert immigration advice and legal representations:

Discretionary Leave To Remain (DLR) Applications

An application for discretionary Leave to Remain (DLR) is made outside the Immigration Rules on the basis of human rights as well as compelling and compassionate circumstances of the applicant. The discretionary leave is based on discretion of the Secretary of State for the Home Department (SSHD) in favour of the applicant due to particular compelling and compassionate circumstances of the applicant and therefore despite not meeting the requirements of the Immigration Rules for the grant of leave to remain under the Rules, the Secretary of State for the Home Department (SSHD) can exercise his/her discretion and grant someone Discretionary Leave to Remain (DLR). Discretionary Leave to Remain (DLR) is currently granted by the Home Office UKVI under the 10 years route to settlement. 

As specialist immigration solicitors for discretionary leave, we can provide immigration advice and legal representations for following applications involving discretionary leave:

Student Visa UK

You can apply for student visa or child student visa if you want to come to the UK for studying in a UK educational institution which is a Home Office approved education provider. The student visa is for students aged 16 or over and the child student visa is for students who are under the age of 18. A student who is aged 16 to 17 can apply for either student visa or child Student visa.

You can apply for a Short-term study visa to study English language in the UK. Short-term study visa is for English language courses lasting longer than 6 months and up to 11 months.

Our specialist team of student visa solicitors can provide expert immigration advice and legal representations for following applications related to student visa route:

Members Of Armed Forces, Civilian Employees and Their Family Members

Under Appendix Armed Forces to the Immigration Rules, an application for coming to or staying in the UK can be made by those who are discharged members of HM forces, family members of HM forces, non-exempt members of Armed Forces and their dependants, Civilian employees of Armed Forces and their dependants. Our specialist team of immigration solicitors can provide reuired immigration advice and legal representations for the following applications under Appendix Armed Forces to the Immigration Rules:

British Citizenship

British Citizenship is one of the most important aspect of UK immigration and applying for British Citizenship is the last step of fully integrating into the British society. The most common way to become a British Citizen is through naturalisation. In some cases, a person may be eligible to register as a British Citizen. Application for naturalisation or registration as a British Citizen is made under British Nationality Act 1981.

Becoming a British citizen is a significant life event. It allows you to apply for a British passport, and gives you the opportunity to participate more fully in the life of your local community. There are different ways to become a British citizen. You can either naturalise as a British Citizen (Naturalisation as a British Citizen) or register as a British Citizen (Registration as British Citizen).

If your application for British Citizenship is refused by the Home Office UKVI, you can apply for the reconsideration of the nationality application.

Challenge Immigration Refusal Decision

Our specialist team of immigration lawyers can provide expert immigration advice and legal representations for challenging an unlawful refusal of an immigration application by the Home Office, UKVI. Our immigration lawyers have proven track record of successfully challenging the refusal of immigration decisions.

You can challenge the Home Office UKVI refusal decision if your immigration application has been refused  by the Home Office UKVI and you believe the refusal decision to be unlawful. You should have good grounds to challenge the refusal of your immigration application so that you can prove the refusal decision of the Home Office UKVI not to be in accordance with the relevant facts and laws (including immigration rules and case-laws).

You can legally challenge an unlawful decision of the Home Office, UKVI, decision of the HM Passport Office (HMPO) or file an immigration appeal if there are good grounds for the decision to be challenged by one of the available legal remedies. Home Office, UKVI immigration decisions also known as refusal letters can normally be challenged by way of Immigration Appeals, Administrative Review (AR) Against Home Office UKVI Refusal, Pre Action Protocol (PAP) for Judicial Review (JR) Against The Home office, UKVI and Judicial Reviews (JRs) In The Upper Tribunal or Judicial Reviews (JRs) In High Court. As specialist immigration solicitors, we provide a vast range of legal services for challenging the refusal decisions of the Home Office UKVI. We also provide legal representations to our clients in challenging the delay on part of the Home Office UKVI in reaching a timely decision on the immigration application where the applicant is prejudiced by such delay.

Various services provided by our expert team of immigration solicitors for challenging the refusal of UK visa and immigration application are follows: