Khan Solicitors are experts in providing advice and assistance in all areas of Immigration law and are renowned for their work in Human Rights in the UK and abroad.
Khans solicitors gives immigration advice and assistance in all areas of UK immigration.
UK Immigration Points-Based System
The Points-Based UK immigration system is a criterion that you must meet in order to be granted entitlement to enter the UK. Experts in Immigration law at Khans Solicitors we can advise you on how to prove your entitlement to enter the UK, whilst helping you produce the correct and relevant documents.
Under the points-based UK Immigration system, there are various “tiers” of visa that allow entry into the UK, depending on your reason for entering. Khans Solicitors immigration law experts can advise and assist you in the following areas:
- Human rights applications
- Indefinite leave to remain applications
- Further leave to remain in all categories
- Family and dependent related visa applications for children, spouses, civil partners, fiancés and unmarried partners
- EU and EEA applications
- Immigration appeals
- Detention and bail matters
- Sole representatives
- Long residence
- Overseas entry clearance applications
- Asylum applications
- British citizenship and naturalisation applications
- “switching” between relevant immigration categories
- Extensions to existing visas
- Tier 1 (investor/graduate entrepreneur/entrepreneur/exceptional talent) visa
- Tier 4 (general) visa
- Tier 5 visas including government authorised exchange and youth mobility scheme
We provide services in all aspects of business immigration, including:
- Sponsor licences
- Issues surrounding illegal working and compliance
- Advising on visas under all categories of PBS including tier 2 (general) & tier 2 (intra company transfer) categories
- Advising on short-term assignment planning, business visit visas, temporary work and residence permits, entry clearance/visas and passports
- Temporary workers under tier 5 of the points based system
- Appealing a rejected visa
If your visa application is rejected it is possible to appeal this decision under the Human Rights Act 1998.
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