The IAS Visa Wizard is the easy way to find the correct visa for you
The Home Office refuses thousands of immigration, nationality and asylum applications each year. This is often due to common mistakes in completing paperwork or relevant evidence. The fees are also usually non-refundable, making this a costly process.
At the Immigration Advice Service, we have a team of immigration attorneys who can help you in all types of applications at a price you can afford. We tailor our services to meet the needs of every client, from one-off advice sessions to full application assistance.
Our UK-wide teams have experience in every field of immigration, nationality and asylum law. We also boast an in-depth knowledge of the rules, regulations, and procedures that the Home Office follows. This allows us to give the most detailed and up-to-date advice possible. Our lawyers have a consistent track record of successfully assisting our clients. From individuals and families to businesses and their employees, we can help.
Remy was a French national living in the UK who had found employment in the UK.
However, his employer was unsure whether or not Remy was eligible to work in the… Read More
Harrison wanted to expand his Singapore-based business to the United Kingdom. He contacted IAS and worked closely with one of our lawyers who advised him to apply for for a… Read More
Horatio was given a scholarship to study in the UK but has never left his home country, Paraguay.
The university contacted IAS and took over the application for Horatio. IAS… Read More
Isabella, a Greek National, was working in the UK and intended to return to Greece for a summer holiday before becoming a student again.
She wanted to become a British… Read More
Jennifer was married to Virginia, a Ukrainian National. Jennifer wanted to start a new life with Virginia in the UK but was unsure of the immigration process and contacted IAS… Read More
Yuma, a Japanese National, was accepted as a student in her chosen UK university. She was unclear about the process of coming over to the UK so she contacted… Read More