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About UK Immigration Solicitors

About UK Immigration Solicitors

We are specialist solicitors with the right combination of expertise, skills and tactics to help clients achieve the best possible outcomes. We act for both individuals and businesses. UK Immigration Solicitors is one of the UK’s most well known and trusted names when...

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Why Choose A Solicitor?

Why Choose A Solicitor?

“Today’s happiness depends on yesterday’s choice, just as today’s choice will determine tomorrow’s happiness.-RVM”Immigration is by its very nature diverse and global. We live in an era where having the right passport makes the world a truly borderless place where you...

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Solicitor vs Advisor

Solicitor vs Advisor

At times when dealing with clients we find there are difficulties understanding the difference between a solicitor and an advisor. So here’s the answer: Solicitor: Committing several years to university to become learned in the law, typically at least 3 years. This is...

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Private and Proud

Private and Proud

We often get asked whether the firm accepts legal aid. The answer, without hesitation is a resounding no.

That got us thinking, perhaps we should share with you the philosophy and logic we rely on to keep us unashamedly private (and proud).

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Secure English Language Testing

Secure English Language Testing

Frequently asked questions What is a SELT provider? For certain visa applications applicants must demonstrate a certain level of English language ability. This can be through passing a test with a Home Office approved Secure English Language Testing (SELT) provider....

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Give proof of your income

Give proof of your income

You and your partner must have a combined income of at least £18,600 a year if: you’re applying as a partner you want to settle in the UK (get ‘indefinite leave to remain’) within 5 years You must prove you have extra money if you have children who are not: British...

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Life in the UK Test

Life in the UK Test

As part of your application for British citizenship or settlement in the UK you need to take the Life In The UK test. Find out all you need to know here.

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Biometric residence permits (BRPs)

Biometric residence permits (BRPs)

What a BRP is You’ll get a biometric residence permit (BRP) if you: apply to come to the UK for longer than 6 months extend your visa to longer than 6 months apply to settle in the UK transfer your visa to a new passport apply for certain Home Office travel documents...

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