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☎ 02071830570

LEXLAW, 4 Middle Temple Lane, Middle Temple (Inn of Court), London EC4Y 9AA

London’s Leading UK Immigration Solicitors

Media Appearances by UK Immigration Solicitors LEXLAW

We are experts in our field. You will not be disappointed.

We are London’s leading team of immigration lawyers comprising immigration solicitors and barristers based in Middle Temple, an Inn of Court near the Royal Courts of Justice in Central London.

Our UK immigration lawyers have the best record of delivering successful UK visa and immigration applications by guiding clients through the complex UK immigration rules. We combine our expert knowledge of immigration law with the practical experience of making sponsorship licence applications, immigration visa applications and immigration tribunal appeals to ensure successful outcomes (see our client reviews page to see some of our successful UK Visa applications for yourself).

Our UK Visas & Immigration Law Firm | LEXLAW Solicitors & Barristers

Our Immigration Team lawyers are London’s leading experts in UK Immigration Law. We are regularly featured in international print and broadcast media providing legal advice, research points and commentary on the UK Immigration Rules and policy. 

We have leading legal expertise in every area of UK immigration law and focus on the Points Based System, Certificates of Sponsorship, Work Permits, Visa Extensions, Spouse Visas and Appeals.

Middle Temple | A Centre of Excellence for Private Legal Advice

We are based in professional chambers in Middle Temple, one of four Inns of Court that are centres of excellence for legal advice located in London.

We provide a personalised approach tailored to the individual needs of our clients. We are able to understand our client’s needs and also advise clients of the potential setbacks they may face in making an application or mounting an appeal and together devise a strategy to obtain a successful outcome.

We regularly assist UK businesses/employers in successfully obtaining Certificates of Sponsorship (previously known as work permits), Sole Representative visas and Business Visitor visas. We have a dedicated business immigration department dealing specifically with High Net Worth Clients, who need legal assistance and advice in applying for and then complying with Tier 1 Investor Visa and Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa requirements.

Our expert immigration legal team provide a bespoke immigration solution for any situation. We can deal with any UK immigration matter from visa applications to legal challenges such as contentious immigration cases involving bail, detention and deportation or complex refusal appeals. Our immigration team in the City of London deals daily with the Home Office and UK Embassies both in making visa applications and in managing legal appeals against their decisions at all levels.

Immigration Advice from Qualified Solicitors (not OISC caseworkers)

We are a bona fide UK law firm with qualified UK lawyers (solicitors and barristers), unlike Home Office registered OISC immigration businesses. OISC businesses usually operate without qualified UK lawyers and instead use low-skilled caseworkers who are not trained and not required to work to the professional standards expected of qualified solicitors or barristers.

OISC businesses are therefore not traditional law firms, whereas we are fully authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) as a UK Solicitors law firm. As a result we operate under strict codes of conduct and regulation and always act in the strictest confidence and in our client’s best interests. OISC firms on the other hand have no professional duties akin to those of solicitors or barristers and anyone can become an OISC adviser without any legal qualifications.

We constantly hear from new clients (who need to appeal failed Visa applications) about their experience of bad advice and visa application refusals as a result of poor working practices at OISC firms (see multiple media reports from the BBC, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Mirror or Google’s news service for ‘OISC Immigration‘ for more information).

All of our cases are handled by qualified immigration solicitors or immigration barristers from the outset when it matters the most. We are a leading City of London law firm with a track record of immigration application and immigration appeal success (just read through our client review pages). You can be completely assured that by using qualified lawyers in a professionally regulated law firm your immigration matter is in safe hands and that the best strategy for your case will always be adopted resulting in increased prospects of a successful application and avoidance of appeals.

Successful results | Our clients’ reviews

We welcome feedback from our immigration clients. Below are the latest three reviews (more testimonials are available on our UK visa & immigration success page):

We got the Visa for 6 months :0)We are both really happy!Thanks for your help in all the process

Dear Carlos and Constanza,
It was a pleasure working for you and ensuring your application was perfect and most likely to succeed. We look forward to assisting you with your residence card application. Best regards, LEXLAW ImmigrationTeam

Happy with work on my further leave to remain application

Awesome job guys!!! I got my resident permit. When chasing your own dream, how about getting a helping hand from someone who always keeps you positive and up for fighting all odds. That’s what lexlaw Immigration team do. Lexlaw have made me believe that there is something more than business and that’s the relationship they build with their client.I decided to apply for FLR through lexlaw only.I am very happy and thankful and highly recommend lexlaw immigration team for any immigration services..

It was a pleasure to assist you and we are all very pleased with the successful outcome of your FLR application. We look forward to assisting you wherever we can help you in the future. LEXLAW ImmigrationTeam

I wanted to thank the LEXLAW Immigration Team so much for all the hard work and effort you put into getting the application together, in particular for your attention to detail and addressing every possible concern or objection that could have been raised. Your professionalism and efficiency in dealing with the case was impressive and very much appreciated. We won't hesitate to contact you again if we or anyone else we know is in need of your expertise.

Dear Ali and Omer, It was a pleasure assisting you in preparing your mother's visa application and we are pleased with the successful result. We would be happy to assist you again in the future and thank you for recommending us to others. Best regards,the Lexlaw Immigration Team.

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Call our UK Immigration Lawyers

If you would like our immigration team based in Middle Temple, London to consider your immigration matter and provide you with expert advice, just click here to fill out our contact form so we can get in touch to book a meeting for you. Alternatively call our Immigration Team on ☎ 02071830570 to get in touch with us. We provide a high quality and bespoke private immigration advice service to our clients.

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