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Mutebuka Immigration law is extremely complex, but with a team of knowledgeable specialists on your side, your chances of obtaining the visa you need will be significantly improved. Our experienced immigration lawyers have a full understanding of immigration law and use their expertise to help you get the best result in your case. Hire the assistance of our experienced immigration lawyers, and you will receive expert advice and representation throughout your case.

Mutebuka & Co Immigration Lawyers offer immigration services that cover all aspects of the law including asylum applications. Our motto, "The Pursuit of Justice", sums up the essence of who we are and what we seek to achieve on behalf of our valued clients. We are resolute and highly determined in protecting our clients' interests, using our extensive experience and knowledge of the law to tilt the wheels of justice in your favour.

Our immigration lawyers look at justice not as a privilege but a right. In all likelihood, we have travelled your journey, and your story, dreams, and aspirations are familiar to us.
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read more › Are you in need of professional immigration help and advice? Our highly experienced law team have worked with people from all walks of life across the UK and have the knowledge required to deal with a wide range of situations. We're on your side and will use our knowledge and expertise to get you the best possible result, every time. Switching from one category to another, including from work permit to tier-based employment. EU/EEA residents permits, including applications for registration certificates and residence cards (EEA applications).

read more › Q My immigration application was refused a long time ago. I did not do anything about it because I was too afraid and I did not know who to turn to for help. I now have a partner who has got entitlement to live in the UK. We have been living together for the past 4 years and we have got two children together. Is there anything I can do to regularise my status? A Yes, there is. You could make an application to remain in the UK based on your family life with your partner and children. This can only succeed in certain, limited circumstances.

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