Business Immigration Lawyers

In today’s world in which people and their business affairs are increasingly international, immigration plays a critical role. However, the legal framework governing global mobility is constantly changing and, with Brexit adding another layer of complexity, it is becoming an ever more challenging field for individuals and organisations to navigate.

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Whether you are a wealthy individual looking to move with your family, an entrepreneur choosing to expand your business, or an established organisation transferring employees from overseas, you should work alongside a team of immigration law experts who can provide creative, strategic guidance to make this process as smooth as possible.

Our team of immigration solicitors, based in London, offers a personal and tailored service to private clients and businesses. With a thorough knowledge of the UK immigration rules and by gaining a full understanding of your unique circumstances and priorities, we can determine the route which best fits your requirements from across the UK visa tiers. We then guide you practically and pragmatically through the immigration process, also advising on any relevant tax planning implications.

Immigration services for individuals

For high net worth individuals and their families making the decision to relocate, solutions may involve the Innovator, Start-up or Investor visa routes, student or working visas, and an application for a family visa for a partner and potentially children or other dependants. If you have already lived here for a time, our team can also advise on the extension of a UK visa or applications for permanent residence, indefinite leave to remain and citizenship.

Business immigration

We also provide innovative advice to businesses looking to recruit nationals from abroad or to transfer employees to the UK from an overseas office. This may include obtaining and managing a sponsorship licence for an employer, submitting applications for Tier 2 visas for sponsored employees under the points based system, arranging Tier 5 visas for temporary workers, or obtaining sole representative visas for companies sending their first employee to the UK to grow the business.


For businesses employing people from the EU or EU nationals running businesses in the UK, Brexit will require changes to be made to how your business operates. Our team can ensure you understand how Brexit affects your business and that you have a plan to address it. For individuals, our team can support you and any dependants in applying for permanent residency in the UK.

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We support our clients with individually tailored legal advice, in areas such as:

  • Skilled worker visa.
  • Start-up visa.
  • Investor visa.
  • Spousal visa.
  • Permanent residence.
  • Indefinite leave to remain.
  • Citizenship.
  • Post-brexit immigration.
  • Business immigration.
  • ICT visa.
  • EU settlement scheme.
  • Sponsor license.
  • Skills threshold.
  • Immigration for HNWI and UHNWI.
  • Recruiting from abroad.

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