At Saracen’s Solicitors, we know that there is a human factor involved in all immigration issues. Whether you are simply looking to visit or complete a job here, or you hope to make a long-term or permanent move to the UK, you will need to investigate the visa requirement that surround your life choices. If you need a visa, the success of your application is pivotal to the achievement of your goals. We understand that paperwork, waiting and any appeals processes can all be stressful, and we want to help alleviate this wherever possible when we are acting as your immigration solicitor in London.
How has Brexit changed things for some UK residents?
Prior to Brexit, many EU nationals have had the freedom to live and work in the UK without any formal visa. There are many individuals that have lived and worked in the UK for years under the old system. Some have put down roots here and developed relationships and had families. The uncertainty surrounding the final details of the Brexit deal is stressful by itself, without adding the extra strain of the eventual requirements.
What can people do?
The scheme for dealing with all of the EU nationals settled in the UK is due to be fully open from 30th March 2019. If this applies to you or members of your family, you will have just over two years to make your application. If you have been resident in the UK for more than 5 years, you will be eligible to apply. There are other circumstances under which you could be able to apply.
Why is it important to contact an immigration solicitor in London?
At Saracens Solicitors, we want to help you get the certainty that you may have been lacking since talks about Brexit began. It’s important that you make a full and accurate application based on your circumstances and provide all evidence in a timely manner. Immigration law is full of strict deadlines that you need to adhere to in order to increase your chances of a successful application. When we act as your immigration solicitor in London, we can help you meet all of your obligations.
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