Our team is led by John Vassiliou, an experienced immigration and nationality lawyer and Law Society of Scotland accredited specialist. We provide clear and pragmatic UK immigration advice in plain English to empower you to make informed decisions.
Government guidance documents for employers and sponsors run into hundreds of pages. We can take the pressure off your HR department by guiding you through sponsor licence applications and providing ongoing advice in relation to recruitment of international workers.
Our immigration lawyers regularly advise on:
relocating or establishing a business in the UK;
obtaining and maintaining a sponsor licence;
recruiting and retaining international staff;
sponsor duty compliance and right to work check training for HR professionals; and
challenging civil penalties and revocation of sponsor licences.
With so many different visa options and routes out there, things can get confusing. The internet is full of different personal immigration opinions and visa experiences. The Government website is vague and oversimplified. We have the experience and knowledge to cut through the noise and deliver clear and concise information to help choose the best immigration plan for you and your family.
Whether you just need initial advice to set you on the right path, or whether you would like end-to-end guidance, our team can help. We recognise the UK immigration process can be extremely stressful. We aim to reduce that stress and give you peace of mind.
Immigration applications are now made digitally via online application forms and document uploading platforms. Our team will work with you to ensure this process runs as smoothly as possible.
As well as supporting clients with visa and nationality issues, we can assist you and your family with other aspects of relocation to the UK, including buying and selling property, establishing a business, employment law queries and personal tax and estate planning.
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