Immigration Solicitors for Individuals and Families
Clifford Johnston’s immigration solicitors know that with every immigration application, you want to maximise your chances of success from the outset. Our specialist immigration team provide bespoke advice making sure they take time to understand your situation and which immigration application applies to you.
With the UK government increasingly restricting the rights to appeal refused decisions and the ability to switch into different immigration categories, our solicitors understand the importance of clear immigration advice
How Can Our Specialist Immigration Team Help?
Clifford Johnston’s immigration solicitors can support you with your immigration queries in relation to first time applications, repeat applications and appeals. Our immigration specialists represent individuals entering the UK from abroad, remaining in the UK in the same or different immigration category, or challenging negative immigration decisions.
We offer one-off advice, an application checking service, or full support throughout the application and appeal process.
Our solicitors represent clients appealing to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber and advise on applications seeking permission to bring Judicial Review proceedings. They are dedicated to offering legal advice, help and professional support.
Why chose Clifford Johnston Immigration Solicitors?
Our Immigration, Nationality and Asylum solicitors discuss the options available to you and provide clear advice on the Immigration process and how it applies to you. Our solicitors work exclusively in immigration law and understand how stressful the immigration process can be. At Clifford Johnston you will receive a personal service and pragmatic, realistic advice on your options. Our lawyers know that taking advice on the process early on can save time, money and stress.
The fees for immigration applications are high and knowing which documents to submit with an application can be confusing. Our solicitors regularly submit complex applications to the Home Office, UK Visas and Immigration to obtain grants of immigration status on behalf of clients.
We tailor advice to your individual needs and offer realistic pricing structures. Clifford Johnston Solicitors do not offer legal aid for immigration applications, however if you are eligible for legal aid, we will advise you of this.
Contact Clifford Johnston's Immigration Solicitors today
If you are unsure about the next steps in the immigration process, contact our solicitors who will be able to explain the process to you, clearly and simply. Contact us to find out more about our services.
Immigration applications and appeals can often be subject to short time limits, our solicitors are accessible and responsive and will be happy to discuss your situation with you to see how they can help.
Funding your Case
Government funding, known as Legal Aid is available for some immigration representation. Clifford Johnston solicitors do not undertake legal aid work for immigration. To check if you can get legal aid, please visit the Legal Aid Agency website here: www.gov.uk/check-legal-aid
We can offer legal advice and support for all of our clients but this is not supported by legal aid.
Funding options - Tailored Fees
At Clifford Johnston, our immigration solicitors will clearly explain the costs of your case at the outset so you know what you'll need to pay to fund the work that we can carry out to help you achieve your goal.
Where we are able to work on a fixed fee, or agreed fee basis we will do so. Some, more complex cases may not be suitable for fixed fee funding and we will provide fee estimates for each stage of your case.
We may also be able to provide payment plans. If you wish to discuss these and all of our legal services then please contact Clifford Johnston immigration solicitors.
For more information on our specific immigration specialisms – follow the relevant links:
Immigration Law: Applications to join family
Immigration Law: Applying to settle in the UK and to gain British Citizenship
Immigration Law: Immigration appeals and challenges
Immigration Law: Applications for Asylum and Humanitarian Protection
Immigration Law: Visiting or Studying in the UK