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Kalsi Solicitors, a leading UK immigration law firm
At Kalsi Solicitors we pride ourselves on being one of the best Immigration Solicitors the UK has to offer. Our team is different. We do not employ pushy sales staff or lawyers that are never available for you to speak to.
If you are applying to enter the UK from abroad and require a visa, Entry clearance is the procedure used by Entry Clearance Officers (ECOs) at British missions overseas to check, before a person arrives in the UK, if that person qualifies under the Immigration Rules for entry to the UK.
If you are in the UK and looking to apply for either an extension of your visa before its expiry or already in the UK and looking to switch to a permitted category, you will be required to apply for leave to remain to the Home Office.
Following recent significant changes to UK Immigration Laws, it has thrust the issue of Appeals into the forefront of attention of those making immigration-related applications. With the removal of Appeal rights for many types of Applications, it has become even more important that Applications are properly and professionally prepared to maximise the initial chance of success.
The importance of maintaining and updating your Sponsor Licence is paramount. At GB Immigration, our expert team are well versed in assisting in the implementation of updates, maintaining your Sponsor Licence and ensuring to avoid the potential consequences of failing to do so.
GB Immigration are authorised to provide assistance to clients looking to opt for the UKVI Premium Service Centre applications. Those wishing to select this option, are required to attend an appointment at any one of the UKVI Premium Service Centres and are processed the same day.
People who have arrived illegally into the UK, or who failed to leave the country when their visa expired, or who have had a claim for asylum turned down can face detention in an Immigration Removal Centre (IRC), before eventually being deported from the UK.