Cartwright King deals with personal and business immigration cases. UK immigration rules are constantly changing, which is why having informed, uncomplex legal guidance is crucial to resolving your immigration matter efficiently and effectively.
Our specialist immigration solicitors stay up to date with the latest UK immigration rules and have decades of experience dealing with the Home Office. You benefit from our legal know-how to help you navigate the UK’s complex immigration system.
For help with your UK immigration matter, get in touch with our specialist solicitors today.
Important UK Immigration Information for 2021
Following the end of free movement between the EU and UK from 1 January 2021, all non-UK nationals – including EU nationals (excluding citizens of Ireland) – require a visa for UK entry.
If you or your family member(s) are a citizen(s) of the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein, and started living in the UK prior to 1 January 2021, you could be eligible for the free EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS).
The EU Settlement Scheme exempts you from needing a UK visa to remain in the UK. You have up until 30 June 2021 to apply for the scheme.
If you do not qualify for the EU Settlement Scheme, you will need a visa to live, work or study in the UK.
If your UK based business is looking to hire EU and non-EU staff, you will need a Sponsorship Licence to issue Certificates of Sponsorships to enable you to hire Skilled Workers. The UK Skilled Worker visa route replaced the Tier 2 (General) visa program on 1 December 2020.
Amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, entry thttps://cartwrightking.co.uk/services/immigration/business-immigration/o the UK is subject to the current government guidelines.
Speak to a one of the specialist Cartwright King UK immigration lawyers today for advice on the new immigration rules and coronavirus entry restrictions.
How Cartwright King Can Help You with UK Immigration Matters
Navigating the complexities of UK immigration law requires a specialist Cartwright King solicitor. UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is always looking for reasons to refuse personal and business immigration applications, which is why having the right legal advice and assistance with the paperwork is key to a successful application without any immigration issues.
We can help with…
- Applications for all UK visa categories – Tier 1, Skilled Worker, T2 Minister of Religion and Sportsperson visas, T5 Temporary worker visas, Student visas
- Business immigration matters for UK-based employers – Sponsor Licence applications, Intra Company Transfer
- UK indefinite leave to remain (permanent residence) applications
- UK asylum and human rights cases
- See all
Our immigration attorneys can also help with…
- Right to rent checks – landlords
- Home Office compliance and illegal working prevention
- Civil enforcement notices
- Business premises site visits
- EU Settlement Scheme applications
Benefit from a Free, Initial Telephone Consultation
Whether you’re making a personal immigration application to live, study or work in the UK or you’re a British employer looking to hire a non-UK national for a job role, you can benefit from a free, initial telephone call with a one of the specialist Cartwright King UK Immigration Solicitors.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and ever-changing UK immigration rules, getting the right immigration advice and guidance for you or your business means that you need to speak to a specialist attorney.
For immediate assistance, call us or email us for your free* initial discussion. It is completely informal and confidential and is an opportunity for us to:
● Get to know you and your situation
● Agree on what to do next
*This call will allow us to make an initial assessment of your case and the visa options available to you, no detailed advice will be provided.
Why Choose Cartwright King for UK Immigration Matters?
We understand that there’s a lot at stake when it comes to UK immigration matters. Securing immigration to the UK is your pathway to a new life, living, studying, working, reuniting with family in the UK, or escaping turmoil in your home country.
Or, the immigration system is crucial to accessing the skilled workers you need to grow your business. Whatever your circumstances, we listen, we understand, and we care about the outcome of your case.
That’s why we’re committed to settling your UK immigration matter successfully with professional, sensible legal advice and sure guidance.