Visa Applications and Appeals
If you’re applying for a visa, or you have an appeal with regards to an existing visa, contact Whitestone Solicitors today on 0800 8 101010 for expert advice from one of the UK’s leading specialist visa appeal solicitors.
Applying for a visa can feel like a daunting task without in-depth knowledge of the UK’s constantly-changing immigration laws. That’s why we strongly recommend seeking professional advice throughout every step of the application process. Failure to complete the required documentation properly may jeopardise your chances of success, or may cause the process to take much longer than it needs to.
We have experience dealing with hundreds of cases similar to yours, covering every type of visa application, from work and family visas through to those seeking refugee status or fleeing persecution. Our team has over 30 years of legal experience, and is one of the UK’s leading immigration solicitor firms. We provide one-on-one legal advice to our clients, helping you build a solid visa application for your specific needs.
In the majority of cases, any rejection of your visa will be eligible for an appeal. If you feel you have a solid reason for wanting to live in the UK, and you feel as though the visa process has unfairly rejected your case, contact Whitestone Solicitors today. Our multi-lingual visa appeal experts offer solid, reliable advice throughout each step of the appeal process, helping you attain the required documentation and working towards building an air-tight appeal.
UK immigration laws are very strict, and change regularly. The process might feel confusing, overwhelming, or unfair. If you are seeking a work permit and wish to bring your skills to the UK market, if you’re hoping to study in the UK on a university course, or you want to move to be closer to your family, you might be confused as to why your application has been denied. It may be down to one or two very minor details, which is why we perform in-depth reviews of every aspect of your case, allowing us to represent your appeal in the best possible light.
If you’re seeking political asylum, it is likely that many other people are in the same situation as you. That’s why dealing with a large solicitors firm such as ourselves, which deals with hundreds of cases each year, can be so critical. It’s very likely that we’ll have prior experience with a case very similar to yours, and we’ll be well versed on the potential pitfalls or specific issues that might arise.
Contact Whitestone Solicitors today on 0800 8 101010 to speak to one of our visa applications and appeals specialist solicitors, fluent in English, Punjabi, Urdu, Pohari (Mipuri), Bangla, Polish, Hindi and Shona. Our highly-competitive fees are fixed in the majority of immigration cases, so we’ll be able to tell you exactly what your application or appeal will cost from the very first phone call.
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