UK Immigration & Visa Services
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Taylor Hampton’s expert immigration lawyers are here to advise and help you with all your immigration needs. Whether you are a business wanting to bring your employees to the UK, a student seeking to study here, if you want to work in the UK or bring your family to join you, we can help.
The UK has a complex immigration system and it is set to become even more complicated with stringent requirements being imposed on those wanting to immigrate here. It can be daunting to navigate alone, so let our experienced team help you. We can advise on immigration issues, from which visa you require, through to leave to remain, permanent residence and full UK citizenship.
It is important to note that the government is constantly changing UK immigration rules, so it’s vital to get advice before making your plans.
We guarantee to understand your needs and guide you through the bureaucracy of pursuing your application. Working together, we can make a success of your plans to live in the UK.
The UK formally left the EU on 31 January 2020 and is now in a transition period before new rules come into place from 1 January 2021. This means that the free movement throughout Europe is going to end after the transition period, and it is important to regularise and confirm your immigration status in the UK. Many EU migrants, who have lived in the UK for several years, have not become British citizens, or regulated their status here, not least because it has not been necessary.
Now, things have changed and the situation for non-UK citizens is uncertain, you must regulate your status in the UK as soon as possible by applying for a right to stay in the UK. You can talk to our expert immigration lawyers about your situation and they can advise and help you through the complicated application process.
Furthermore, if you are a business that relies on European workforce in the UK, you will need a sponsor licence to continue employing Europeans after the end of transition period. The Home Office announced that all employers not currently approved by the Home Office to be a sponsor should consider doing so now if they think they will want to sponsor skilled migrants, including from the EU, from early 2021.
Based in the heart of London, directly opposite the Royal Courts of Justice, we are easy to get to, so get in touch and speak to our approachable and friendly lawyers about your requirements. We have an experienced team of immigration lawyers, some of whom speak Cantonese, Mandarin and Polish, who are here to help you every step of the way.
If you need guidance on immigration, contact our experienced immigration solicitors today on: 020 7427 5970 or email@example.com
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