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At Immigration Advice Service (IAS) we are committed to making a difference to the world around us. Community support and voluntary support are a huge part of what we do and alongside our commissioned services we also provide Legal Aid and charity services.
At IAS, we are committed to providing quality immigration support for everyone, irrespective of their gender, sexuality, race, religion or social background. We are also dedicated to working towards environmental goals as a company and reducing our environmental impact.
If you would like to speak to us about our community, social and environmental commitments, get in touch with us, we would be happy to discuss them with you in further detail.
At IAS, we believe in making a tangible difference to our local communities. To do this we involve ourselves in community and social projects, with community groups, religious organizations and local citizens advice centers.
Some of our help has involved organizing talks and volunteering in our local communities. One key example was the free immigration advice we offered to all those who were directly impacted by the Windrush scandal.
We are also working closely with many local MP’s who need support with immigration issues and advice in their local areas.
We are committed to offering support to vulnerable groups and individuals and, as such, engage in voluntary work alongside our commercial duties.
We are dedicated to promoting diversity and equality in our workplace, as well as in the world around us. This policy has meant that IAS has a very diverse working environment; with a team made up of members of different nationality and background who, between them, can speak over 30 languages.
At IAS, we pride ourselves on creating an open and equal environment, in which everyone feels supported.
We work to keep our corporate carbon footprint to a minimum and have instilled the following policies to help us do this:
By implementing these policies, we aim to reduce our combined CO2 emissions significantly.
Marcus is a Dominican Republic national who overstayed in his previous Spouse Visa when last in the UK due to a relationship breakdown.
He wanted to return to the UK… Read More
Matthias was a German National who was married to Glady, a Nigerian National.
Matthias was sure that he would be able to visit the UK without a problem. However, due… Read More
Gosia, an EEA national, wanted to tour the UK while seeking work, however, she was unsure if she was permitted to do so.
Gosia contacted IAS and arranged a… Read More
Terence, an Australian investor, found several investment opportunities in the UK. He was unclear about his immigration options and contacted IAS. Working closely with our specialist lawyer, he was able… Read More
Sherif was a UAE national who had been making large investments in the UK. He contacted IAS and the lawyer he spoke to looked at his circumstances and determined that… Read More
Asis, a Spanish national, was offered employment in the UK but was unsure whether or not he would be able to bring his wife and children with him when he… Read More
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