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Top rated UK immigration Lawyers in London

We are one of the top rated UK immigration Lawyers practising exclusively in immigration into the UK, immigration detention and immigration appeals. We pride ourselves for not only delivering the exceptional legal services but we are famous for our commitment and loyalty for the ability to find out the innovative solutions for the complex legal issues. Along with all levels of immigration consultancy we do focus on providing you the best legal advice. ICS Legal launched its legal business in 2006 in the United Kingdom to provide the high quality legal services to our clients. ICS Legal aims to build long-term relationships with clients through achieving their desired goals and ambition. Our professional solicitors have more than fifteen years of diverse and inclusive experiences in the areas of UK immigration advice and appeals. Our solution based approach along with deep experience across all the legal sectors makes us one of the most comprehensive law firms. We realize that advising corporate clients not only means to occupy the respective knowledge and communicative abilities but to comprehend each and every states and conditions regarding client’s perspective and credentials. However, by providing legal advices and guidance we help our clients meet their purposes. ICS...

Statement of changes and the impact in late 2019

The UKVI had announced the statement of changes and the following is a summary of the changes: The EU Settlement Scheme is contained in Appendix EU to the Immigration Rules, and it provides the basis for various groups to apply for UK immigration status, which they will require in order to remain here permanently after the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. In particular, the scheme provides the basis for resident EEA and Swiss citizens and their family members, and the family members of certain UK nationals, to apply for UK immigration status. Some of the existing Immigration Rules relating to the return of certain asylum applicants to safe third countries are drafted with specific reference to the Dublin Regulation and to EU membership. These Rules concern asylum applicants in the UK who have previously travelled through, claimed asylum or have been granted asylum in EU countries. In the event of a no-deal EU exit, these Dublin Regulation provisions will no longer apply to the UK. The Rules change addresses this but ensures continuity of approach, by widening the scope of other third country Rules to deal with these cases. The Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) category is now closed to most initial applications but remains...