Consult our expert advisors about a range of immigration services, from EEA applications to travel documents and visas. Based in Edgware, London, our Immigration Advice Programme is designed to help you resolve common challenges faced by refugees, migrants, and asylum seekers in the UK. Fully regulated by the Office of Immigration Services Commissioner, (OISC) our services are available to clients from all ethnic backgrounds. Get in touch with us today to discuss your needs.
We run an inclusive and diverse policy in terms of our client base, we can cater for the immigration needs of migrants from different ethnic backgrounds. Please feel free to contact us if you require regulated services relating to any of the following immigration issues:
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Nationality and Citizenship
Spouse Visa and Entry Clearance
Adult Dependent Relatives (ADR) Visas
Refugee and Asylum Support
Human Rights Issues
Visit Visa Applications
Tier 2/4/5 Visa Applications
Leave to Remain
Indefinite Leave to Remain
Change of Condition (NRPF)
Transfer of Conditions
Schengen Visa Applications
Violence Concession Applications
As a non-profit immigration service provider, we offer services in both our office and local outreach centres. We also hold a monthly outreach session at Harlesden Library. Taking the satisfaction of our clients very seriously, our accredited advisers and volunteers are very friendly and professional. We also work in association with different public institutions, charities, and private practitioners, including:
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Body and Soul
City Legal Services
Ensuring that all services are delivered to Office of Immigration Services Commissioner standards, we are a fully regulated organisation. All our advisers are accredited with OISC and our OISC number is N201000017. Furthermore, we are also a member of Immigration Law Practitioners'’ Association (ILPA).
Helping with Immigration Challenges
Offering dependable immigration advice and services, we respond to all enquiries from refugees and asylum seekers in the UK.