As immigration law becomes increasingly complex our team aim to provide a tailored approach to meet your needs.


Business Immigration

Whether you’re an employer, educational organisation or a charity, we provide advice and assistance on all areas of business immigration.  If you’re looking to engage a worker or student from overseas, we can advise you on the best options to suit your business needs.

For business users, we focus on the following areas:

  • Sponsorship
    – Licence applications
    – Administration of licence
    – Compliance
    – Audits
  •  Visa applications
    – Work visas (Tiers 2, 5)
    – Student visas (Tier 4)
  • Right to Work compliance
    – Right to Work checks
    – Opposing Civil Penalties
    – Training in prevention of illegal working
    – Audits
  • High Net Worth Investors and Business Entrepreneurs
    – Tier 1 Investor
    – Start up or Innovator
    – Overseas representative

Individual immigration

We understand that individuals require support with their immigration requirements.  We advise individuals across all sectors, whether they are employed, self employed, students studying or family members of migrants.

For individuals, we focus on the following areas:

  • Employment or self employment
    – PBS dependants
    – Tier 1 Entrepreneur – extensions only
    – Tier 1 Investor
    – Tier 5 Temporary Workers
    – Overseas Representative
  • Students
    – Tier 4
  • Visitors
  • EEA Citizens and family members
  • Family routes
  • British Citizenship

Featured experience

We recently successfully made representations to the Home Office to reinstate sponsors who had their sponsorship licences suspended.

We have also successfully conducted appeals through various channels, including the Immigration Tribunal, liaison with UKVI and Members of Parliament.

We regularly provide training to businesses on their obligation to undertake right to work checks.

We have also provided workshops for employees potentially affected by the UK’s exit from the European Union.

Brexit: Spotlight

The UK formally left the EU on 31 January 2020 and is due to end transitional arrangements on 31st December 2020. We provide details on key issues that will affect businesses in the UK over the coming months and into the future. Visit our Brexit: Spotlight page for more information.