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What types of visas are allowed under the immigration rules, what are those rules and what criteria must be met? Are family visits different from those by tourist or business people? What are the grounds for refusal? Is there a right to appeal? Is switching permissible? What is asylum, and who is refugee? What international and national laws related to asylum? This is the most common questions which people asking themselves when they have to deal with immigration related issues. This is why we focusing solely on immigration and have dedicated team of specialist in Immigration.

We aim to assist, offering possibilities to be legally represented or to provide impartial and reliable information about different types of visas- such as family visits, business visits, medical visits, child visit, student visits and all the other options for visits including ones in special categories. We aim to help you to understand requirements under the each category; we offer advice about grounds for refusal including fraudulent documents, appeal rights and switching. We have years of outstanding practise in representation of people on their asylum claims, helping with refusals and preparing their appeals. We help to raise more specific questions about human rights, which have been extended and/or modified to give the laws that have today.

From 28 July 2014

From 28 July 2014 a person cannot be released on bail by the Tribunal where his/her removal is set to take place within 14 days, unless the Home Secretary consents.

From April 2015

From April 2015 (or possibly an earlier implementation date), the notice period for all marriages in England and Wales will change from 15 days to 28 days.