The Covid-19 pandemic has created unprecedented change to the way we live our daily lives and with guidance changing on a regular basis these are proving to be very uncertain and difficult times.
Our immigration lawyers across London and throughout England and Wales continue to provide high quality advice and assistance that is in line with the government’s guidelines.
We offer both telephone and video meetings via a range of video and messaging services to suit all clients. We have a diverse team of lawyers who can speak over 60 languages and we also have access to a large network of translators.
During this consultation we will also be able to discuss the fees and funding options available to you and your case, we can also assess if you qualify for Legal Aid funding.
Asylum, Human Rights and Fresh Claims - The Home Office has changed its practices and requirements. If you are considering making a new asylum application or fresh claim, our solicitors will advise and assist with your case during these challenging times.
Those with an outstanding asylum claim, appeal or possible fresh claim can contact us for legal advice on how best to progress their case.
Asylum Support - If you have claimed asylum and are unable to support yourself please contact us for urgent assistance.
Domestic Violence - The rate of domestic abuse has increased significantly during the government’s lockdown. Please contact us if you would like advice and assistance to secure your immigration position.
Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery - Victims of trafficking and modern slavery may be particularly isolated due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Please contact us for advice, help and support.
Detention, Deportation and Removal – The Home Office may find it more difficult to justify detention during the pandemic, therefore for fast-track bail applications please contact our team. Further, as removals are suspended for the short term, our solicitors can help make use of this extra time and work to present your case in the best possible way.
Immigration and Asylum Tribunal Hearings - The courts and immigration tribunals continue to operate but with changes to procedure, including hearings by video link/telephone. Our lawyers are available to advise and assist during these challenging times.
Extending or Varying your Visa - Due to the new travel restrictions imposed, those wanting to extend their visa must make an application as the Home Office are not automatically extending leave. We can assist with all applications including complex issues relying on the exercise of discretion or human rights.
Private Immigration and Family Applications - If you are anxious about your loved ones remaining with you or joining you in the UK, we can assist in the best interests of your family at the earliest opportunity.
EU Settlement Scheme and EU Free Movement Applications - We can assist with navigating the best possible option on whether to make an application under the EU Settlement scheme or under the EEA Regulations.
Business Immigration - The lockdown will impact your business in terms of retaining and recruiting sponsored workers. Please contact us for assistance.
Judicial Review – For assistance involving challenging the lawfulness of a decision made by the Home Office please contact us.
For assistance regarding private and business immigration please contact:
For assistance regarding asylum, human rights, deportation, detention, domestic violence, judicial review, trafficking and all other immigration related matters please contact: