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How does our Enquiry Form work?

Immigration matters can be stressful. We are always on hand to assist on the telephone during office hours. On occasion however, you may wish to contact us outside office hours, in which case the enquiry form should be used. We will then endeavour to contact you as soon as possible , or potentially at the opening of the next working day.

The other advantage of using the enquiry form is that you can set out the issues of the case first. We can then contact you once the best lawyer at our firm has been selected and they have done any research or checking up. This of course saves us a great deal of time.

We guarantee to answer all genuine enquiries made using our enquiry form.

Amongst London’s immigration lawyers, barristers, or solicitors, we are confident to provide professional, honest, and the best immigration legal service for our clients from local or around the world.

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