Our fully qualified immigration advisors provide advice to a variety of industry sectors, from multinational organisations sponsoring skilled workers to SME’s looking to set up roots in the UK.
Our business immigration team has a wealth of experience in the provision of immigration services to all manner of corporate clients.
We assess your needs, goals and eligibility whilst carefully listening to any concerns. Our experience in complex immigration cases ensures we can provide you with a full service to cover all your immigration needs. We are based in London and Reading and can consult with you in person or remotely.
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Read, listen and watch our latest insights
- 08 March 2022
UK Immigration: New changes for businesses in 2022
Struggling to recruit? Join our UK immigration specialists Monica Atwal and Rebecca Hone, as they update UK businesses on the newly reformed immigration system since Brexit and what is coming up in 2022.
- 03 March 2022
Partner visa – Is your relationship genuine and subsisting?
Many couples have become frustrated with the requirements for a UK Partner visa as the rules and guidance are difficult to understand. A significant number of applications are refused based on failing to provide adequate documentation to evidence the relationship requirement.
- 03 February 2022
What’s ahead for employment law in 2022
Several proposed employment law changes have taken a back seat during the pandemic . However, it is hoped that we will now get some clarity on these as we continue through the year.
- 31 January 2022
EU Settlement Scheme – Is it too late to apply?
The EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) was implemented to enable EU citizens and their eligible family members who started living in the UK before 31st December 2020 to acquire pre-settled status which gives the right to live in the UK for 5 years or settled status which allows the right to remain indefinitely in the UK.
- 19 January 2022
Key Covid-19 changes on UK Immigration
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way the world works and seems to have also transformed the way UK visa applications are submitted and processed. The Home Office consistently updates their Covid-19 policies, making it imperative for UK visa applicants to remain hypervigilant when applying for an initial visa or applying to extend their stay in the UK.
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