A skilled immigration solicitor in London, like Saracens Solicitors, has plenty of experience giving clients all the information they need to make clear choices about their visa process. However, it is worth having your own questions in mind so that you can tailor the process to meet your particular needs.
What type of visa do I need?
You may already have a visa type in mind when you visit an immigration solicitor in London or you might need their advice on where to start. Either way, when you have a consultation with Saracens Solicitors, we will explore your requirements with you and ensure that you are making the best choice for you and, where applicable, your family.
Choosing the right visa type is vital as you will be refused if you apply for the wrong one. This can be a costly and time-consuming error as well as one that can affect your ability to be in the UK, if you are applying from here.
How much will the process cost?
Visa applications generally have fixed costs that you can find by looking on the web or asking your immigration solicitor in London. It is more difficult to accurately predict how much the services of your solicitor will cost. This is because the process can be slightly different for each client. However, at Saracens Solicitors, we try and give you a good idea before you begin and let you know about any foreseeable contingency costs. Along the way, we are committed to keeping you well informed about and costs you are incurring and why.
What do I need to supply?
Many visa applications and appeals are time sensitive and, once a deadline has passed, it is often impossible to continue with the process. That is why, when you are working with Saracens Solicitors as your immigration solicitor in London, we provide you with clear instructions about any documentation you need to supply. It is important that you follow these instructions and give us what we need as soon as you can so that we can continue with your application and meet any deadlines. If you need further assistance or are unsure at any time, you just need to ask.
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