A A N Joseph Solicitors
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A A N Joseph Solicitors The area of law is continually changing, and we aim to be at the forefront of the changes - either through assisting clients, or developing the law through strategic litigation. We is a professional and very experienced law firm, based in Kidderminster, near Birmingham and our solicitors are fully authorized by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

The firm is headed by Mrs. Sindhu Joseph, a leading UK solicitor and a well-known immigration consultant in the United Kingdom. In addition to Immigration, our practice portfolio also comprises of matters related to Family / Matrimonial, Welfare benefits and Motoring Offences. AAN Joseph Solicitors offer a wide variety of services to corporate as well as to individual clients and are easily approachable and friendly in our service to clients.

Our reputation was built by word of mouth this reflects the quality of our service. We, at AAN Joseph Solicitors, pride ourselves in providing our clients with a personal and high quality of service designed to meet their individual legal requirements.

read more › We are a team of highly motivated and experienced solicitors who are very knowledgeable in the areas of law we specialize in. We have considerable experience in dealing with clients' sensitively in complex and sensitive matters. Whilst we consider ourselves experts in legal matters, we do not forget that we are dealing with people who may find the law process complex and difficult to understand. To make things as easy and painless as possible, we make every effort to work with you at times that suit you best.

read more › The firm also has a well experienced and dedicated UK immigration law specialist solicitors, who understand the uncertainty, frustrations and rigours associated with UK immigration law and policy. We aim to simplify the process for our clients. Whether you wish to migrate to the UK, work in the UK, study in the UK or are currently in the UK with a visa problem, our immigration solicitors can provide reliable, friendly and speedy Immigration advice and help at an affordable cost. We provide first-class representation on all aspects of the immigration process whether you're applying from within the United Kingdom or abroad.

read more › It is the duties of the employer to check their employee have the right to work in the UK and make sure their documents are valid. You can be penalized if you employ someone who doesn't have the right to work and you didn't do the correct checks, or you didn't do them properly. If this happens, you might get a 'referral notice' to let you know your case is being considered and that you might have to pay a civil penalty (fine) for each illegal worker. Find out your potential employee or current employee has the right to work in the UK and what documents employers should check.

read more › The UK is one of the leading business locations in the world. It a natural choice to locate for entrepreneurs coming from outside the EU and it is home to London, the world's leading financial center. The UK's Points-Based System caters for those wishing to invest in a business in the UK by way of an Entrepreneur visa. If you are a high net worth individual who wishes to come to the UK on an Entrepreneur visa, our expert business immigration Solicitors can assist you with your queries and assist you in the preparation of an application to the Home Office.

read more › The Tier 4 Student and Child categories under the Points-Based System are for those international students who wish to come to the UK to study and experience life and culture in the UK. There are two categories; Tier 4 (General) Student which is for students coming to the UK for post-16 education and Tier 4 (Child) Student which is for children between 4 and 17 years old coming to the UK for their education. Tier 4 (Child) Students can only study at independent schools. Our expert team of immigration solicitors can assist you with the preparation of your via application and ensure that you meet with all the requirements under this category of the Points-Based System.

read more › This visa category is only open to temporary workers who wish to enter the UK to undertake temporary work for Home Office licensed sponsor. Generally, to qualify for a visa, the applicant must have a job offer and a Certificate of Sponsorship from a licenses sponsor and must also have sufficient points. Graduate visa -A Graduate visa gives you permission to stay in the UK for at least 2 years after successfully completing a course in the UK. You must be in the UK when you apply. Creative and sporting- for people coming to the UK to work or perform as sports people, entertainers or creative artists for up to 12 months.

read more › A Graduate visa gives you permission to stay in the UK for at least 2 years after successfully completing a course in the UK. You cannot extend your Graduate visa. However, you may be able to switch to a different visa, for example a Skilled Worker visa. You can apply as soon as your education provider (such as your university or college) has told you that you've successfully completed the course you took with your Student or Tier 4 (General) student visa. You do not have to wait until you've graduated or have been given a certificate.

read more › You'll need a 'family of a settled person' visa if you're from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland and you want to join, for 6 months or more, a partner or family member who's living in the UK permanently. You may also be able to apply to remain with your child if they've lived in the UK for at least 7 years. Your 'partner' could be your spouse, civil partner or someone you're living with in a relationship that's like a marriage or civil partnership. You must have been in a genuine relationship with your partner and intended to live permanently with each other in the UK at the time of their death.

read more › Divorce is difficult. Dealing with the legal aspects of divorce and its financial implications requires expertise and sensitivity. We understand that marital problems can be very difficult and stressful. We are here to help you through it. Our solicitors will listen to you and provide you with a full legal service, should you require this to enable you to achieve the best possible result. We offer full advice and wherever possible, encourage out of court resolutions rather than litigation. If out of court resolution cannot be reached, we can handle court action on your behalf.

read more › Our dedicated Welfare Benefits solicitors successfully assist large numbers of clients to challenge incorrect decisions. We will be able to assist you with any challenge you need to make for your benefits. The welfare benefit system and its administration is very complicated so mistakes can be made both from you the claimant and the benefits officer, that lead to a serious legal problem. Legal advice is recommended if you are in doubt, many of the benefits offices are under pressure due to cuts and solicitors can help to speed up the process and make sure your dispute is handled correctly to avoid delays.

read more › AAN Joseph Solicitors work on an agreed fee basis, making sure that you will know how much it costs for each case without any hidden extras. We believe in cost certainty and transparency in determining our fees. At the start of your case, we will agree the work that we are going to do and agree the price. We will tell you about any extra money for Home Office Fee, Court fee, expert reports or other third-party fees. Sometimes you may want us to do extra work which is not covered in the fixed fee.

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