We at Rex Law Chambers (Manchester) are highly experienced in dealing with complex UK visas & immigration law matters. We provide a wide range of UK visas & immigration services to businesses and individuals including UK work visas, UK visitor visas, family visas, student visas, Indefinite leave to remain (ILR) and British citizenship etc.

Are you looking for immigration advice or legal assistance with an immigration application, switching or extension? Get in touch with our Manchester based UK immigration lawyer today to learn more about our UK visas & immigration related services.

UK immigration categories and different types of visas

UK work visas

UK work visas allow you to work in the UK on a short or long-term basis depends upon your skills, qualifications and nature of your job/work. We deal with all types of UK work visas including Skilled Worker visa, Health and Care Worker visa, UK Global Talent visa, Intra-company visas and so on. If you want to run or set up a business in the UK then our expert immigration lawyer can help you with your Innovator visa or Start-up visa application.

UK visitor visas

The UK visitor visas allow you to travel to the UK for a short term stay in the UK. You can apply for UK visitor visa, if you want to visit the UK on holiday or to see your family & friends, do business or receive private medical treatment etc. We deal with all types of UK visitor visas including Business Visitor visa, Family Visitor, Marriage Visitor visa, Parent of a Tier 4 child visa and so on.

Family visas

The UK Family visas allow you to travel to the UK and live with a family member in the UK for more than 6 months. There are several options available to get a UK Family Visa depending on your relationship to your sponsor and their UK status. We deal with all types of UK family visas including family visa as a partner or spouse, as a parent, as a child and so on.

Student visas

The Tier 4 student visas allow you to study in the UK on a short or long-term basis depends upon length of your course or research. You need to apply for General student visa (Tier 4) to study in the UK if you're 16 or over. If you're under 18 then you need to apply for a Child student visa (Tier 4) to study in the UK. We deal with all types of UK student visas related applications including Short-term study visa, extension of student visa, switch into student visa and so on.

Indefinite leave to remain (ILR)

Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK is an immigration status which lets you live in the UK and work in the UK without restriction. Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) also known as Settlement and Permanent Residence (PR). You can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK once you have lived in the UK for a certain number of years as required by the Immigration Rules. If you need help with your Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) / Settlement application, please feel free to contact us for legal assistance with your application.

British citizenship

There are different ways to become a British citizen. You can either naturalise as a British Citizen (Naturalisation as a British citizen) or register yourself as a British Citizen (Registration as British citizen). We deal with all types of British citizenship applications including British citizenship by naturalisation, by registration, by marriage, by adoption and so on.

EU law applications

The EU nationals and their family members have right to live and work in the UK and can apply for pre settled or settled status in the UK under the EU settlement scheme. We deal with a wide range of EEA and EU applications such as EU Settlement Scheme, EEA Family Permit and so on.

Business & corporate

You need sponsor licence so you can sponsor foreign workers or students to come and work or study in the UK. We at Rex Law Chambers can provide legal help and assistance to UK employers who wish to sponsor migrant workers for skilled jobs. The sponsor licence applications made by the UK employers include Tier 2 sponsor licence applications and Tier 5 Sponsor licence applications. We can also provide legal assistance to UK educational institutions for Tier 4 students sponsor licence so that they can sponsor Tier 4 students for studying in the UK.

Passport & travel document

If you are a British citizen by birth, naturalisation or registration, you are entitled to apply for British passport. If you are a refugee in the UK, you can apply to the Home Office UKVI for refugee travel document. If you are a stateless person, you are entitled to apply to the Home Office UKVI for stateless person travel document. If you are in the UK lawfully but do not have a valid passport issued by the authorities of your own country, you may be able to apply for Certificate of Travel if you can show that the authorities of your own country have refused to issue you with a passport.

Other immigration applications

We at Rex Law Chambers can provide legal help and assistance with other UK Visas and Immigration law applications such as certificate of entitlement to right of abode, transfer of conditions (TOC), no time limit (NTL), subject access request (SAR), BRP replacement etc.

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Do you need legal help?

Contact Rex Law Chambers, if you have any questions or need legal help with any UK immigration law related matter. At Rex Law Chambers, we specialise in a wide range of UK visas and nationality applications and our principal immigration lawyer has wealth of experience and expert knowledge to deal with all types of UK visas and immigration applications. He has successfully handled many complex and high-profile cases and also represented clients in their immigration matters.

We can provide one-off FREE general legal advice via live chat or our "Enquiry Form". The FREE advice does not cover the advice in relation to complex legal issues or advice about documents to be submitted in support of the application. If you would like to to get detailed legal advice then please schedule an in-person, Zoom, Skype or phone consultation by using our "Appointment Request Form".

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