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IMMIGRATION

 

Adam Solicitors are specialists in Immigration Law. We help many people with various different types of application from sponsoring family for visits to making applications against removal.

Visitors Visa

If you intend on making a short visit to the UK of no longer than 6 months you will normally need a visit visa.

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Family Visa

This section explains how Partners and Family members may come to or remain in the UK.

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Points based / Tiered Applications

This section explains who qualifies under the points based system.

Click here for more details on points based/tiered applications.

 

Asylum

This section explains whether you may be able to seek Asylum in the UK.

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Human Rights

This section explains how you may be able to seek leave to remain on Human Rights grounds in the UK.

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Illegal Entrant

This section explains how you may be able to seek leave to remain as an Illegal Entrant in the UK.

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Overstayer

This section explains how you may be able to seek leave to remain as an Overstayer in the UK.

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European Citizens

This section explains how citizens of countries within the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland and members of their families (who may not be EEA or Swiss citizens themselves) can come to, live in and work in the UK.

Click here for more details on european citizens.

 

Appeals

If you have already had an Immigration decision and you think it was wrong, we may be able to help you lodge an appeal against the decision.

Click here for more details on appeals.



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