Lawyers at ITN can help you with any aspect of your immigration status or application.
If your existing visa is due to expire, we can advise you on applying for an extension or renewing your visa. We can assist you with all aspects of the process including advising you on the requirements of the rules that need to be satisfied and of all the documents you would need to submit. If you need your visa quickly, we provide a fast-track service and can arrange for premium service appointments.
If you have already submitted an immigration application, it is possible to vary your application before the Home Office have made a decision on your application. You will only need to pay the difference in the respective application fees, if any. This may be applicable for example where your circumstances have changed and there is an application which better reflects your circumstances.
It is possible to ‘‘switch’’ from one particular type of leave to remain in the UK to another visa category. For example, we have helped those on the ten-year route to settlement to switch into the 5 year route to settlement. We have also helped those on spouse, work or student visas to switch into other suitable categories.
It is important to note that immigration rules do not allow switching in relation to certain visa categories and making an incorrect switching application can not only result in considerable expense but often dire immigration consequences. The switching rules are complex and it is important to properly understand the rules or use a specialist lawyer when making such an application. We have a great deal of expertise in helping clients navigate through the complex switching rules and are often available at very short notice to provide necessary assistance to clients.
Human rights applications are most commonly made by those seeking to stay in the UK on the basis of family relationships, children and/or on the basis of long residence. Contact one of our experts today to find out how we can help you.
Applying for settlement in the UK (ILR) is often the culmination of many years of applying for visas and meeting the requirements of the rules. ITN is committed to offering legal support and guidance through this process.
Contact one of our experts today to find out how we are able to offer you services for European applications.
This is a very technical area of European Union law and we have a great deal of experience in providing specialist advice to clients in complex EEA retention of right matters.
The UK referendum to leave the EU has caused many to feel anxious about their immigration status. At present there are no immediate legal consequences resulting from the result of the European Union referendum. However, we are happy to discuss your case and status in the UK. Call one of our experts today.
British citizenship can bring considerable benefits and advantages. We are able to assist you with getting advice on eligibility, the application checking service and preparing and submission of your application.
We have expertise in helping client in successfully challenging deportation orders and work in conjunction with our crime department, the probation service, health professionals and other related organisations to maximise the chances of a successful outcome.
We regularly make successful bail applications to immigration tribunals and Chief Immigration Officers in order to get our clients released from immigration detention. If you are in detention and wish to make a bail application, please contact us as we may be able to help you.
We not only pride ourselves on providing unrivalled expertise in relation to Judicial Review matters but also provide a good value for money and a range of funding options to help privately funded clients. In some Judicial Review cases, we are able to help clients on legal aid, which means that some or all the cost related to Judicial Review proceedings could be met by public funds.
We provide specialist advice to asylum seekers and those applying for humanitarian protection. We have a very high success rate in relation to asylum cases.
We have a great deal of experience in helping people who are brought into the UK by human traffickers with a promise of a job or are forced to work for little or no pay in jobs that they are unable to leave. If you feel that you are a victim of human trafficking and are need help with your immigration status, please contact us as we may be able to assist you.