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Direct Immigration Solutions is a specialist immigration legal practice in the United Kingdom. The proprietor is Steve Lee, who is a fully qualified immigration lawyer with over 20 years of experience providing immigration legal advice and representation in Norfolk. The office premises are located 5 minutes by car from Norwich Airport. Meetings in person are not essential; the practice frequently helps clients on a nationwide and international basis via telephone, email, Skype or similar.

The telephone numbers during normal office hours are: landline 01603 710470, mobile 07598 114674. All clients receive a highly personalised service from the practice owner, whether it is one-off advice or an ongoing case. Detailed written advice is given for ongoing cases, and regular updates are provided. All enquiries are answered promptly, and clients have direct access to the practice owner.

Good quality legal help and advice does not need to be expensive. Our fees are very reasonable, and they are fixed in advance so you will always know the exact cost of our help.

read more › The rules set out the terms and conditions under which a person can apply for leave to enter or leave to remain in the United Kingdom under our domestic immigration rules. We have considerable experience in dealing with Partner, Child and Parent applications under Appendix FM, including forms FLR(M), FLR(FP) and SET(M). We also deal with applications under Appendix AF (Armed Forces). The Home Office (UKVI) makes changes to the immigration rules on a regular basis, and sometimes at very short notice.

read more › British nationality is defined in law. The United Kingdom's British nationality laws are amongst the most complex in the world, due to the UK's former status as an imperial power. There are several different classes of British national, the most common being British citizens. Nobody has to become a British citizen, if they are not one already, but British citizenship can bring considerable benefits and advantages. An adult will normally apply to become British by a process called naturalisation.

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