Family Visa Solicitors In London

  • Basic Eligibility Requirements

    Our specialist family visa solicitors will inform you of specific requirements that need to be fulfilled in order to be granted a visa.

    For spousal or civil union visa applicants, the applicant must be married or in a civil partnership with a British citizen or person with settled status in the UK.

    To be eligible to apply for an unmarried visa, the applicant must be in a genuine relationship with a British citizen, a person who holds indefinite leave to remain, or a person with limited leave to remain (under Appendix ECAA or Appendix EU). Both partners must have lived together for two years or more and plan to live together for good.

    For a child visa, the child under 18 years of age may be eligible to apply to enter and remain in the UK if a parent or another relative is already settled or applying for UK settlement, alternatively if the child is under 18 years of age with a parent applying for limited leave as a partner of a British citizen or a person with settled status.

    In all cases, our family visa solicitors will offer you the extensive advice you need.

  • Our Approach

    Working in immigration law is a challenge that our team of experts are committed to taking on. We advise on the evidence required to prove genuine relationships or circumstances from the beginning in order to avoid any difficult obstacles down the line. However, our family visa solicitors will do everything in their power to make the process a smooth one for you.

  • How We Can Help You

    We recognise that being separated from your loved one/s is not something any person should have to endure if it can be helped. This is where we come in. We have successfully worked with family visa cases in the past, and our team of legal experts will break down the entire process for you to eliminate any uncertainty.

    There are a number of steps that need to be taken before any visa application will be accepted. Our family visa solicitors will offer you legal guidance from a financial perspective to the accommodation requirements, English-speaking ability, and other evidence necessary to ensure a positive outcome.

    For more details on any of the advice that we offer, please contact us.