SA Law’s dedicated immigration solicitors advise on all aspects of UK immigration and nationality law as it affects organisations and individuals. In all cases, we work closely with the Home Office and relevant consulates around the world to achieve your immigration objectives.
Based in St Albans and London, our immigration solicitors can advise on any immigration objective or challenge, from single applications to global immigration planning.
We advise on the Points Based System, including entrepreneur and investor visas under Tier 1, highly skilled migrants, sponsored skilled workers, intra-company transfers and sports persons under Tier 2. We also assist with visas for temporary workers, and youth mobility scheme visas under Tier 5.
Immigration audit and training
In the current climate of tough new approaches to immigration control, organisations can benefit from our fixed-fee immigration audit to check their compliance.
We also deliver a range of training courses for HR and recruitment departments that help you fulfil your sponsor obligations and keep you up to date on any changes to the law.
Organisations and individuals can also benefit from:
HOW WE HELP YOU
- We always recommend a face-to-face meeting to ensure we understand your circumstances fully. This can be done in one of our offices in St Albans or London, Mayfair.
- We can help you to think ahead. It’s important to examine your long-term objectives as what you do now could affect your future plans.
- This is a fast-changing area of law, which is why our immigration solicitors like to keep you updated on the key developments that could affect you.
IT’S GOOD TO BEAR IN MIND
- Always check you’re using the correct version of the visa application form and that you’re paying the correct fee.
- Be wary of the immigration advice you get from internet forums. Immigration is a complex area of law, and some advice can be inapplicable, misleading or simply out of date.
- Always keep a record of your visa expiry dates and set yourself a reminder to reapply at least three months before it.
- An expert immigration solicitor can check that you’re applying for the correct visa.