Business Immigration Solicitors
Our business immigration solicitors, Claire Lines and Nadeem Malik provide high quality advice on all aspects of business immigration law across a range of areas, and advise businesses in Manchester as well as all over England. Our office is located close to Manchester City Centre.
Our business immigration solicitors offer assistance and expert tailored advice, and will work with you to ensure that your application has the best possible chance of success.
Our solicitors advise clients from SMEs and start-ups from a variety of sectors and can help you if you need business immigration advice with matters such as:
– transfer employees from overseas offices to take up a post in the UK
– administrative review
– appeal against a visa refusal
– suspension/revocation of your sponsor licence
– sponsorship requirements and visa applications to employ highly skilled workers
Our business immigration solicitors have several years of experience. As part of our bespoke services, our business immigration solicitors will guide you through the process of making an application and support you every step of the way.
If you are an individual applying to come to the UK from abroad or, an individual who is legally present in the UK, we can assist with your application or appeal and present it to the Home Office on your behalf in the best possible manner.
If you want to set up a business in the UK or, if you want to employ an overseas National as a Skilled Worker, our business immigration solicitors will provide you with the best advice to support your business investment objectives, such as:
– ensuring migrant workers have the correct sponsorship licence and certificates of sponsorship
– dealing with sponsor licences that may have been refused, suspended or revoked
Our solicitors have a detailed knowledge of immigration law and work with many businesses with complex immigration issues. We will give you practical advice to help make your business immigration experience less stressful.
Get in touch with our team today by contacting us on 0161 791 6666 / 07729461166. Alternatively, you can complete our online enquiry form using the link below to arrange an appointment and a member of the team will contact you:
https://www.ajamessolicitors.com/contact 07729461166 or make an enquiry online.
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