The Immigration Advice Service offers an industry-leading Advice Package. We aim to give you all the information you need to continue with your application confidently.

Our Advice Session is a consultation with an expert on UK immigration. This can be undertaken in person in one of our nationwide offices, over the phone or via Skype. Our lawyers are all highly-qualified and OISC regulated, ensuring that you receive the best advice available. They will take in-depth instructions about your immigration matter. Following this, they provide comprehensive legal advice on your options and next steps.

During your Advice Session, we will also outline our services for helping you to apply with our Application Package. We will give you a breakdown of our services which are intended to make the entire process as simple for you as possible. The Immigration Advice Service will put you in the best position to receive a positive result on your UK immigration application.

FAQs

What happens during my immigration advice Session?

We are dedicated to providing the same level of professionalism and expertise to all our customers. This is the same whether your session is in person, over the phone or via Skype.

Your personal immigration provider will:

  • Take detailed instructions from you based on your circumstances;
  • Advise you on the requirements under the Immigration Rules and how they relate to you;
  • Provide detailed advice on your options, the relevant application form(s) and Home Office/government fees;
  • Ensure you are eligible for your specific UK immigration route;
  • Inform you of the documentation you will need for your application;
  • Outline a timeline typical to your application;
  • Produce a plan of action for you to follow and relevant strategies for your application;
  • Provide an assessment of the chances of success and possible outcomes;
  • Answer any follow-up questions related to your initial inquiry after your session.

How long does the session go on for?

The Advice Package provides an untimed session. You will have access to your lawyer for as long as you need to discuss your case and understand their instruction. This is the same whether you are meeting in person, over the phone or through Skype.

The session usually takes an hour but can be as short or as long as you need. We want to ensure that you are provided with the best service possible and are clear on what your next steps should be.

Will there be additional costs?

At the Immigration Advice Service, there are no additional costs or hidden fees. The one-off payment for your Advice Package is all you will pay.

Your lawyer may discuss your opportunities to apply using our Application Package service. The fees for this will be discussed during your Advice Session. Our fees are always transparent, meaning the quote you are given is all that you will ever pay.

What if I still have questions after the session has finished?

As part of our service, your UK immigration lawyer will be available to provide further advice following the session.

For example, if you have had a few days since your meeting and have any extra questions that you would like answered, you will have access to your lawyer to answer these for you.

If you are unsure about anything, please speak to a member of our Enquiries Team on +1844 290 6312 or make an inquiry online.

Our other packages

Application Package

Full assistance throughout your entire application process

Select

Fast Track Package

A premium service which allows your application to take priority position in your lawyer's workload

Select

Appeal Package

Full representation through your appeal, including physical representation if your case is heard by a tribunal

Select

Administrative Review

For those who have no right of appeal

Challenge to a UKVI administrative error

Select

A few of

our experienced

immigration lawyers

Case studies

We are very proud to have changed our client’s lives for the better. Here are some of their stories:

Godfrey: Civil Partner Visa

George was from the UK and wanted to bring Godfrey, his partner, a Ghanaian National over to the UK as a Proposed Civil Partner.
George did well in life… Read More

Marcelle: Visitor Visa

Marcelle contacted IAS about how to obtain a UK Visitor Visa as she was touring Europe.
The lawyer from IAS instructed her on the requirements of the UK immigration rules… Read More

Arthur and Joaquin: Proposed Civil Partner Visa

Arthur was engaged to a Mexican National. He made an application for entry clearance for his partner but was refused. The wedding day was edging closer and closer so Arthur… Read More

Moira: Tier 2 and Dependant Extension

Moira was an Australian National who had been working in the UK under a Tier 2 Visa and brought her husband over as a dependant.
Her Work Visa was… Read More

Marcus: Returning to the UK After Overstaying

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

Asis: EEA Free Movement

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

Latest reviews

Jonathan
Communication was speedy, all staff I interacted with were friendly and professional. The appointment with Danielle Blake was informative and… Read More
Risa
IAS was incredibly professional and helpful. They answered all of my questions and I would definitely recommend their services to… Read More
Anuvak

Superb Service all Questions Answered to the point :)

Latest news

PERM Labor Certification: Requirements and Eligibility Read More