I would like to thank you for your fantastic and kind work in overturning the decision on Mr Muhammed’s visa. We thought this wouldn’t be possible; we are quite astonished and very happy.
Charlie Walker-Arnott, The Islamic Manuscript Association
The services you provided were excellent and we would recommend this highly to anyone who has a need to deal with UK Border Agency on immigrant workers issues.
Dejan Stojanovich, Senior Project Manager, Obelisk Energy Group
“I found the whole team professional, knowledgeable and empathetic. I felt that my appeal case could not have been better prepared, in fact I do believable the team had planned for every potential argument.”
“They took time to understand my circumstances and guide me through the process. Whoever picked up the phone seemed to be familiar with my case and be able to help me – it’s a tribute to the communications within the team.”
“Getting through the hurdle of the sponsorship licence system would have been impossible without you. We highly recommend you to any prospective employer!”
“The Kadmos team goes above and beyond for their clients, which was quite comforting when the Home Office pressure started making me frazzled. We were extremely well represented, and it showed.”
6-04-15 Health Charges introduced for migrants: Mandatory NHS surcharge of £200 per year is introduced with effect from 6 April 2015. The changes affect applicants for entry clearance and extension of limited leave to remain in all immigration categories other than visitors...
There is an old saying, “marry in haste, repent at leisure”. Fortunately, this risk will become less likely from March 2 2015. The period for giving Notice of Marriage will extend from 15 to 28 days. And if the Home Office consider there are reasons to suspect a “sham marriage”, you may see your Notice period extended to a full 70 day.
Representing a client in an immigration appeal is a cherished opportunity for immigration solicitors to have a conversation with a learned member of the legal profession. It is similar to our academic seminars at Oxford or Cambridge. In a quiet discussion we are trying to reach for the essence of the problem, and then find the right answer. I recall a few questions from those academic discussions, that baffled me with the simplicity and profundity of message.
My clients often ask me whether in case of early morning visits by the immigration officers probing into the genuineness of their marital relationship it is advisable or not advisable to wear pyjamas. This intensely complex ethical, anthropological and legal question deserves a careful and impartial analysis without which I would be struggling to give a clear and unequivocal answer that one would expect from respectable immigration solicitors: is wearing pyjamas worthwhile?
It might sound ironic, but the Immigration Rules make an express provision that visitor visa will not be issued to those who have the intention of taking up an English language course in the UK. We have discussed this eccentric prohibition with other immigration solicitors, anthropologists and lay people, and have come up with five good reasons that we can offer for public consideration