Mr Ambaz Al Lodhi
When I first asked help from Saracens in relation to my immigration matter, I did not have that much hope as I had asked two solicitors before for help. Both could not help me enough and I thought I would have to leave the UK. Saracens were different and my case went to the Tribunal on appeal and they let me stay. Now I can enjoy my life and my family. Thank you Saracens!
Mar. 8, 2016
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