This package is only for those facing immediate removal from the country or have been detained at a UK airport. 

If you or someone you know has an immigration emergency, our lawyers can provide same-day emergency immigration advice.

This advice session will take place in person, over the phone or via Skype. We also provide services to visit people wherever they are being detained. The session will be undertaken by one of our qualified, OISC regulated immigration consultants.

Your lawyer will discuss your immigration issue in detail and assess your circumstances. They will advise you on your options and the steps you will need to take to appeal a decision by the Home Office or lodge a new application.

After your session has finished, we will provide you with a detailed breakdown of everything discuss as well as advice on what to do next. Our emergency immigration advice package will put you in the best position to resolve your immigration issue. If you would like urgent advice from a lawyer, contact the Immigration Advice Service today with our online inquiry form or on +1844 290 6312.

FAQs

What happens during the Advice Session?

Whether you receive advice in person, over the phone or through Skype, our service will remain consistent and professional.

Your dedicated lawyer will:

  • Take detailed instructions on the circumstances of your case;
  • Discuss with you and advise on the requirements of the UK Immigration Rules;
  • Provide tailored advice on your options – including appeals, bail, and applications;
  • Advise you on necessary documentation for your application;
  • Inform you of the typical timeframes for your type of application;
  • Produce a plan of action for your application;
  • Inform you of possible outcomes and chances of success for the application;
  • Answer any follow-up questions you may have once your session is finished.

How long will the session last?

This is an untimed emergency advice package session. You will have as long as you need with your lawyer to ensure that all issues or concerns that you have are listened to. This will allow your consultant to build the strongest picture of your case as possible.

The session is typically an hour but it can take as long or as little as you need.

Given the nature of your emergency immigration advice, we want to make sure that you fully understand the advice given. We also want to ensure that time is allotted to you to be clear on the next steps you will need to take.

Are there additional costs?

There are no additional costs or hidden fees. The emergency advice package is a one-off payment for your advice session.

During your emergency immigration advice session, your lawyer may advise you on starting a new application or appeal. The relevant fees for these services will be discussed during your advice session.

We keep our fees transparent, meaning the quote you are provided will be all that you ever pay.

What if I still have questions after the session has taken place?

Our Emergency Advice Package allows you to ask further questions once your session has finished.

For example, if you have another concern after your session, you will still have access to your lawyer once it has finished.

If you are unsure about anything and would like advice, contact our Enquiries team.

What happens once I have made a payment for the Emergency Advice Package?

Once you have paid, you will be contacted within an hour to arrange your session at a suitable time.

Your lawyer will take notes on your case during this initial phone call to build a picture of your case and decide on your next steps.

After this, you will receive a full consultation through your preferred method of contact. This will be to discuss your case and answer any questions you have.

If you require emergency immigration advice, call +1844 290 6312 for a free consultation.

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