Our team of immigration solicitors are here to help you.
If you are seeking asylum, or want to complete a nationality application, our immigration solicitors will listen to your case and explain the options. We can also help you with human rights matters.
As specialist immigration solicitors are not available in every law firm, we are pleased to announce that our Immigration solicitors are now offering appointments in Aylesbury, Slough, Luton, Northampton, Milton Keynes, High Wycombe.
Britain has a diverse population. For centuries people from around the world have chosen to make the UK their home. In order to live here legally, there is a requirement that the correct documentation is completed.
Our Specialist Immigration Solicitors
Kevin Scott is a partner and solicitor in the Immigration department. His speciality is in both asylum and domestic violence cases. He is also accredited as a Level 2 Senior Case worker under the Law Society Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme.
Salma Khan is a private client immigration solicitor, she can speak a number of languages including Urdu, Hindi, Pahari and Punjabi. We aim to translate our knowledge of immigration law in a way which helps your understanding.
As well as a solicitor, Salma is a Level 1 accredited Asylum and Immigration caseworker under the Law Society’s Asylum and Accreditation scheme.
Salma has experience in dealing with a range of Human rights applications, appeals and Judicial review applications and has a keen interest in domestic violence cases. The recent Brexit has spread uncertainty for the future of EU nationals if you are affected please contact Salma for advice on permanent residency and UK nationality.
We have extensive knowledge and experience of providing a wide range of immigration and nationality advice and supporting you with applications. All our Immigration team members are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and we aim to provide a high quality service. Our approach is professional, respectful and confidential. We are also members of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association (ILPA) and the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI).