In response to the Coronavirus we have increased our telephone & video call appointments, now available 7 days a week from 7am to 10pm

Head Office:
5th Floor Maddox House, 1 Maddox Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2PZ

Thank You

Your contact request has been sent, one of our immigration lawyers will be in touch soon.

If you have left a phone number we will call; occasionally, if you are abroad we may contact you by email to arrange a Skype conference.

What can you expect from the call:

  • Go through your options.
  • Give you detailed information about your prospects of success on each option, ie how likely it is you will be successful.
  • Give you an idea for each option of the time.
  • Give you an idea for each option of the cost.

Of course, some of the above may not be relevant to your immigration case. We expect the  call would last around 20 minutes, it be slightly longer or shorter depending on the circumstances.

What happens after that?

That is up to you. You will have spoken to one of our lawyers, so the next stage would be then to decide if you wanted us to take the case on, or whether you wanted a paid appointment.

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