If your UK visa has been refused, you’re probably worried about the legal fees involved in paying a barrister to contest it. Don’t, because at Legal Cost Finance we offer a range of convenient payment plans created to ease your cost burden. UK immigration is a complicated and potentially expensive process, one that requires expert documentation from a talented immigration solicitor.
Our payment plans are designed so you can get the legal representation you need, without panicking about the legal fees involved. If you can’t afford your solicitor’s legal fees, we have payment plans that can significantly reduce the financial strain. Get started with a payment plan from Legal Cost Finance today, or for more information, contact our team of experts on 020 3376 1888.
Why get a payment plan from Legal Cost Finance?
Getting a payment plan from Legal Cost Finance means you get access to a comprehensive legal loan. This legal loan is tailored in a way that allows you to pay it back in manageable instalments that, in certain cases, are interest free for the first 12 months. Take our LawPlan Classic payment solution for example; it provides an affordable legal loan for individuals without significant assets, so they can get the legal representation they require. LawPlan Classic’s cost-neutral repayment option allows individuals like you to potentially avoid paying interest for the first 12 months. This is because we know that most lawyers discount their fees to offset the interest rate on your payment plan, making LawPlan Classic an excellent choice.
Because immigration law is so often a complex process, you should be aware that your case might be lengthy and involve substantial legal fees. Choosing a payment plan from Legal Cost Finance is the first step in getting a successful visa application. Start your payment plan today, contact our legal cost finance experts on 020 3376 1888.
UK immigration visas
When you submit a visa application to the UK Home Office, an immigration officer will review it according to a strict set of rules. This makes getting the information on your visa correct an absolute necessity. Failure to do so can result in a denial of your application and you being restricted access into the UK.
What you need is an experienced immigration solicitor who can accurately represent your visa application. Someone to handle all the tiny details and make sure your visa is watertight. Getting a legal loan from Legal Cost Finance allows you to do just this; we can cover the legal fees and make sure your lawyer is paid in full and on time. Contact our finance experts today on 020 3376 1888 and we’ll guide you through the legal loan process.
Types of UK immigration visas
Whilst it can be important to understand the aspects of the visa you’re applying for, don’t worry if you simply can’t wrap your head around it. Your solicitor will be able explain your application to, and negotiate with, the Home Office, as well as draft witness statements, gather evidence, and instruct the appropriate immigration experts.
Regardless of the type of visa you’re applying for, you will still need expert legal representation. A legal loan from Legal Cost Finance is an excellent foundation for getting just that. An experienced immigration solicitor is the best start to beginning your immigration into the UK, so contact our team today on 020 3376 1888 and start the process.
If the UK Immigration Board feels that your application is missing a key visa requirements, they may refuse your visa application. You’ll receive a refusal letter from the board, which will explain what is missing from your application and/or any other additional reasons. In the unfortunate situation this happens to you, it is imperative that you stay calm and begin to focus on contesting the refusal.
You will need a legal specialist with experience in dealing with visa refusals. They’ll be able to help you with amending any mistakes made or with including information omitted by accident.
Of course, this will mean you having to find money to finance the lawyer’s legal fees, something you probably don’t want to worry about during what is understandably a very stressful time. Our convenient payment plans can help reduce your financial burden, giving you the breathing room you need to concentrate on getting your visa application as accurate as it can be. Contact our experts on 020 3376 1888 for more information on how we can assist.
Human rights claims
The 1951 Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees states:
“A refugee, according to the Convention, is someone who is unable or unwilling to return to their country of origin owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion.”
Your status might fall under this definition of the 1951 Convention; in which case you can make a human rights claim and apply for asylum within the UK. A human rights claim is a complicated procedure with its own range of unique issues to deal with, including being interviewed by a member of the Home Office. This officer will run through your application with a fine-tooth comb to ensure it is legitimate, which makes it doubly important to make sure each detail provided is accurate.
If you’re intimidated by this process, don’t worry, we understand. That is why our experts are always available to provide you with impartial advice to help put your mind at ease. Our convenient payment plans also give you access to quality legal support from solicitors who know the ins and outs of UK immigration law. They can make sure that your visa application is not only watertight, but an accurate representation of who you are as a person.
Becoming a British citizen is a privilege for most. Being part of a country that leads across several platforms, is a global economy and is in possession of a rich heritage are just a few of the reasons why one would consider emigrating to the UK.
To be eligible for British Citizenship you are required to apply by registration (if you are a British Overseas/Overseas Territory citizen) or by meeting the naturalisation criteria below:
- Meet the residency requirement of 5 years (3 for spouses/civil partners of a British citizen)
- You’re of sound mind & good character
- Age 18 or over
- Have the intention to continue living in the UK
- Pass ‘life in the UK’ test
- Language proficiency in English, Welsh or Scottish Gaelic.
If you are making an individual application you need to check that you have the proper documentation, including reference letters, professional situation, civil matters and criminal offences to be reviewed by the UK Home Office. Mistakes in this information could delay or even jeopardise your British Citizen Application. Therefore it is vital to ensure you have legal support from experienced legal advisors, who have successful track records in assisting with UK immigration matters.
Stop worrying over legal cost payments and focus on your case with confidence.
We provide payment plans to cover your legal costs, so you or your business can get the legal support you require – without the need for large up front payments.
Your legal process can involve negotiation, litigation or alternative dispute resolution (such as arbitration or mediation).
We will connect you with a lawyer who specialises in immigration law matters and who is right for your individual circumstances. If you have already appointed a lawyer, we can still offer you a payment plan solution and will make all the necessary arrangements with your lawyer on your behalf.
How can we help?
We have a team of dedicated case managers who will guide you through your legal journey and ensure you’re not wasting money on legal costs and making the right strategic decisions.
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