Immigration Law

Immigration Law

When you or a family member are looking to visit or gain residency in the UK, our Immigration Solicitors can provide invaluable advice when you need it. We are available to discuss any aspect of the application or appeal process. Our UK immigration solicitors know that with every immigration application, you want to maximise your chances of success from the outset. Our immigration team provide tailored advice making sure they take time to understand your situation and which immigration application applies to you.

With the UK government increasingly restricting the rights to appeal refused decisions and the ability to switch into different immigration categories, our Immigration Solicitors understand the importance of clear, precise, and timely advice.

How Our Immigration Team Can Help

Immigration team at Curling Moore Solicitors & Advocates provide a range of private immigration and nationality services for the individual, family member, employer and business to include:

  • Entry Clearance applications from abroad
  • Visit visas
  • In-Country switching, extensions or settlement applications from within the UK
  • Spousal, unmarried partner and fiancé(e) applications.
  • Skilled worker visa
  • Health and Care worker visa
  • Senior or Specialist Worker visa (Global Business Mobility)
  • Short-term worker visa
  • Investor, business development and talent visas (Innovator and Start-up)
  • Representative of an Overseas Business visa
  • Tier 2 Minister of religion applications
  • Student applications
  • Sponsor licence applications
  • Applications under the EU Settlement Scheme
  • Scale-up Worker visa
  • Family and private life applications
  • Human rights applications
  • Asylum claims
  • Settlement applications
  • British citizenship and nationality applications
  • Immigration appeals service to include representation before the Immigration and Asylum Chamber (IAC).

We offer one-off advice, an application checking service, or full support throughout the application and appeal process. Our Immigration Solicitors represent clients appealing to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber and advise on applications seeking permission to bring Judicial Review proceedings. They are dedicated to offering legal advice, help and professional support. Seeking the best legal advice to help with your applications is therefore essential.

Asylum Claims

Anyone who fears persecution in their country of nationality can make a claim for asylum in the UK. An asylum claim can only be considered after someone has entered the UK. An asylum seeker is expected to claim at the earliest opportunity. Our Immigration solicitors, have the experience you need to support you with your asylum claim including attending the screening interview and substantive interview with you as well as representing you at the appeal process, if the claim is refused.

Appeals and Challenges of Immigration Decisions

If you receive a refusal decision on an immigration application, our solicitors can advise you on your right of appeal. In some immigration decisions, there are no rights of appeal rather you may be entitled to Administrative Review and in others, you may only need to make Further Representations to address some concerns of the immigration caseworker. There are also situations where the only remedy open to you is to make a judicial review claim.

Why choose our Immigration Team?

Our Immigration solicitors discuss the options available to you and provide clear advice on the Immigration process and how it applies to you. Our solicitors work exclusively in immigration law and understand how stressful the immigration process can be. At Curling Moore Solicitors & Advocates you will receive a personal service, pragmatic and realistic advice on your options. Our Immigration solicitors know that taking advice on the process early on can save time, money, and stress.

We tailor advice to your individual needs and offer realistic pricing structures. Curling Moore Solicitors & Advocates do not offer legal aid for immigration applications, however, if you are eligible for legal aid, we will advise you of this.