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Just Immigration Solicitors Just Immigration Solicitors are a leading UK immigration law firm based in Guildford, Surrey. We believe in providing quality immigration advice that is affordable and that allows you to access your rights and move on in life. A qualified and specialist immigration solicitor will always deal with your matter. We will always fight on your behalf where it's applicable.

We believe in a personal approach and offer a comprehensive service of advice and representation to both our individual and business clients on all matters from UK visas and initial applications through to appeals, administrative and judicial reviews. To help you make informed choices we offer an initial interview at a fixed fee where we can discuss your particular circumstances and provide you with immigration advice on the options available to you.

Your interests always come first and we will always advise you how best to resolve your immigration matter. Integrity and honesty is at the heart of what we do, and confidentiality is paramount.

read more › Just Immigration Solicitors is a specialist UK immigration law firm based in Guildford, Surrey and was established in 2008 by its principal, Agnes Lai. Agnes has over 20 years experience in the area of UK immigration law and human rights, and is accredited as a Senior Caseworker by the Law Society Specialist Immigration Law Panel. As one of the few specialist UK immigration law firms in Surrey, Hampshire and Sussex, it has quickly gained an excellent reputation providing immigration advice and representation to local clients from Surrey, Hampshire and Sussex, together with diverse international clients from the USA, South America, Korea, Japan, Europe, South Africa, Zimbabwe, the Middle East, Russia, Nepal, Hong Kong and China.

read more › As a small specialist immigration practice there are many things we can do well. However, due to our size we restrict the number of clients that we accept. Although this may mean that we have to disappoint some potential clients, it does mean that we can focus and give a personal service to the clients that we do accept. Our principal, Agnes Lai, has over 20 years experience in the area of UK immigration law and human rights. She is accredited by the Law Society Specialist Immigration Panel and is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

read more › Indefinite Leave to Remain can be granted under the Immigration Rules after a period of 10 years continuous lawful residence. Continuous residence means residence in the UK for an unbroken period. A period is not considered to have been broken where an applicant is absent from the UK for a period of 6 months or less at any one time provided that the applicant has existing leave to enter or remain upon their departure and return. A period is considered to have been broken if the applicant has been removed or deported or left the UK having been refused leave to enter or remain.

read more › Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiance, Fiancee, Cohabitee are all classified as partner under Appendix FM. A person is only regarded as a cohabitee or a partner under Appendix FM if they have been living together with the applicant in a relationship akin to a marriage or civil partnership for at least two years prior to the date of application. They and their partner are not related in a way that means they could not marry in UK law. If the applicant and their partner are married or in a civil partnership, the marriage or civil partnership is valid in UK law.

read more › Applications by European Union Citizens and their family members can be complex, due to the interaction between different levels of European law and the UK transposition and interpretation of its own obligations. Registration Certificates for EEA nationals who are jobseekers, workers, self-employed persons, self-sufficient persons or students:. Registration certificates are issued to EEA nationals who are qualified persons. Qualified persons include a jobseeker, a worker, a self-employed person, a self- sufficient person or a student, and those who have retained the right of residence after ceasing employment and self-employment.

read more › We sincerely hope that it will never happen, but if a client is unhappy with any aspect of how the firm is handling their matter, they should contact the Principal, Agnes Lai, in the first instance. In the unlikely event that we are unable to resolve the problem between us, they have a right to complain directly to either the Legal Ombudsman (on issues relating to the work carried out or our charges) or the Solicitors Regulation Authority (on issues of conduct or breach of our professional rules).

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