The IAS Visa Wizard is the easy way to find the correct visa for you
Our clients are at the heart of everything we do. We are dedicated to supporting them with the highest quality of service. Our focus is on delivering professional, innovative and practical solutions to our client’s immigration issues, needs, and queries. To do this, we work closely with our clients to provide tailored, personal advice and support.
So that we can provide the best service for our clients, we are passionate about all our lawyers being of the highest quality. Our lawyers, many of whom are qualified solicitors, are all specialists in their field. With a formidable level of experience and qualifications, our team is equipped to handle anything: from Visitor Visa applications to appeal representations.
We are proud to offer Legal Aid and charity services (in special circumstances) alongside our other advice and application services.
At IAS, we aim to offer affordable services which do not compromise on quality.
We are dedicated to promoting diversity, both socially and within our own workplace. Our staff bring together many different nationalities – speaking over 30 different languages. Promoting diversity and equal opportunities is one of our most important core values.
One of our key defining features, and one that we are most proud of at IAS is that many of our lawyers have been through the immigration process themselves.
This sets us apart from our competitors: our lawyers can offer a first-hand perspective on the UK immigration system and process and use this to enrich their advice.
Having a supportive professional environment is right at the heart of what we do at IAS. In both our relationships with other team members and clients, we constantly aim to offer support and respect. This is a core value which has been in place since we first started as a charity and this is still very much intact today.
Melissa and her child are Filipino nationals who came to the UK to join Melissa’s husband.
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