Why Seeking Immigration Legal Advice from an Expert?

Attracted by UK’s high living standards, high quality of National Health Service (NHS), public free education and business opportunities, more and more people are willing to migrate to the UK to establish their family life, set up a business, seek employment, invest and education. However, due to a lack of understanding of the UK Immigration Rules, a large number of applicants are routinely refused their visas. An unfortunate outcome of a refusal is that it makes it more difficult to have subsequent applications approved. As a result, it is important for applicants to seek accurate legal advice before submitting their application.

There are real advantages when seeking legal advice from an expert. The Immigration Consultant would assess your case and guide you based on their knowledge of the most recent changed Immigration Rules. Therefore, the clients would know all the requirements they have to meet under the specific visa category and what are the mandatory supporting documents. This could avoid losing UKVI fee and delays.

In brief, it may be beneficial for a prospective applicant to seek proper immigration legal advice before making an application. It allows the migrant to be well informed and ensure a smooth process from start to finish. This is of paramount importance for applicants who have been previously refused entry or visa.

If you are currently concerned about your UK visa application and wish to contact us for advice, please email us at [email protected].

The content of this article is for general use and information only. Since each case should be prepared on its own merit and in light of the constant amendments to the Immigration Rules, it is important to note that the information provided must not be relied upon unless Migra & Co has either given written consent or has been officially engaged in relation to a specific immigration matter. As a result, Migra & Co will take no responsibility for any damage, cost or loss resulting from relying on the information contained in this article, blog and website.

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