Thursday, 30 April 2015

OISC Level 1 course, Sat-Sun 16 - 17 May 2015 (just in time for the OISC exam on 28 May), City of London, from a practicing immigration company. CPD 10 hours

A very informative and practical 2-day weekend course at our office in the City of London!  1st 4Immigration Ltd is a practicing OISC-accredited immigration company, OISC ref F200800152. After many years of experience – and hundreds of successful cases – we are sharing our experience to help you to prepare for your OISC Level 1 assessment and accreditation or, if you are already practicing, to increase your knowledge. You can read Testimonials on our immigration cases here.

TRAINING DATES:

Weekend 16 - 17 May 2015, OISC Level 1, just in time for an OISC exam on 28 May.

Weekend 23 - 24 May 2015, Points-Based System, just in time for an OISC exam on 28 May.

Weekend 20 - 21 June 2015, OISC Level 1, just in time for an OISC exam on 23 June.Our tutors are our very own OISC-accredited practicing immigration advisers who handle the real cases during the week and teach on weekends. You can read about them on the Tutors page.

Unlike most traditional courses, ours is conducted using plain language and does not simply contain quotes from the Immigration Rules. We include cases studies from our practice, answers to most common questions, a Questions&Answers session and a mock Level 1 assessment, which is given to the candidates at the end to complete in their own time and send to us. Generally, we try to keep it as entertaining as possible. We will also provide a printed version of the course (150 pages) for you to take home, which is very detailed, contains more cases studies and you can take it with you to the 'real' OISC exam.
To book visit our training website: http://www.1st4immigration.com/training/classroom-oisc-level-1-course.php

Detailed Course Agenda can be found here and is designed in our own unique way.

1st 4Immigration Ltd: 68 King William Street, City of London, London, EC4N 7DZ. Near Monument underground station. Email: training@1st4immigration.com, Phone: 0871 472 1468 (£0.10 per minute, emails are free).
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You can find a detailed Table of Contents on the link above, here are 2 examples (of 20):
PART 1: CRUCIAL TO GET THE BASICS!2 systems of immigration law: UK law and European law | Types of visas under the UK law | Entry Clearance | Visitor visa | Leave to Remain (also called Residence Permit or Limited Leave to Remain) | Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) | It is possible to lose an ILR, however Indefinite it is | Indefinite Leave to Enter | There is also a Leave to Enter
‘Settlement’ and 2 confusing meanings of this word | Common question:  Passport has expired, do I have to transfer my visa to a new passport | What is Switching? | Common examples when switching is not allowed even though the migrants are desperate to do so | What is the Date of Application and why it is so important? | When is the Date of Application? | In-time and Out-of-time applications
PART 2: IMMIGRATION RULES AND HOW TO USE THEM
Each category rules consist of 3 parts | My ‘Other way around’ principle | How to determine if switching is possible?| How to determine if a visa allows to work? | Registration with the police | Tuberculosis test | UKBA Staff Guidance
You can find Extracts on the link above too, here are 2 of them:
Extract from the “IMMIGRATION RULES AND HOW TO USE THEM” section:
No one knows everything and remembers all the rules! The trick is to know how to use the Immigration Rules and where to find  the specific information. The Rules may change anytime, and they do change a lot, but if you know how to use the Rules you could check the requirements or check the changes at any time. For example, things like whether a migrant can switch a visa category while in the UK or whether a migrant can work or whether a particular English test is acceptable are all a matter of the Rules, not a matter of guessing.
My ‘Other way around’ principle:
I call it ‘other way around’ because many people tend to think this way: “I am on a Tier 5 visa and want to know if I can apply for a Spouse visa inside the UK”, then they go on the Immigration Rules webpage for the Tier 5 category and try to read the rules there. Understandably, they only find the rules about how to get a Tier 5 visa, which they already have, and not a Spouse visa.
What you need to do is to act the ‘other way around’, ie to check the rules of the category your client is looking to apply for, not the rules of the category in which he/she already has a visa. In our example of switching from a Tier 5 to a Spouse visa it is the Spouse visa rules that one needs to read – to determine if he/she can qualify.
Extracts from the “CRUCIAL TO GET THE BASICS!” section:
What is Switching?
Switchingis not an official term. Switching simply means changing a visa category while inside the UK, ie switching from one to another, such as from a Tier 4 Student to a Tier 2 General; or from Tier 4 to a Spouse visa. Officially it is called ‘applying for a leave to remain in a Tier 2 General category’ or ‘applying for a leave to remain as a Spouse of a UK citizen’. So, we can simply say ‘Switching from a Student visa to a Spouse visa’.
The significance of switching is this: switching means applying inside the UK and it is only allowed if the Rules specifically allow so. If switching is not allowed then the applicant has to return to their country and apply for a visa from there, which means he/she would be applying for an Entry Clearance.
What is the Date of Application and why it is so important?
Imagine this: you are making an application today but tomorrow the Rules are changing, which rules would apply? Or you have made an application a month ago, your visa expires in 2 weeks time and your application is not going to be decided before then, are you going to become an overstayer through no fault of your own?
A Date of Application idea deals with such issues. If the date of your application is before the Rules changed then your application is going to be considered under the Rules in place before the changes. For example, Spouse/Partner visas rules were significantly changed on 9 July 2012, yet those who applied before that, even on 8 July 2012, had their applications considered under the old rules, even if the decision was made a few months after the rules changed.
If the date of your application is before your last visa expired then your status remains the same as it was on the date of application for as long as it takes for a new application to be considered. However long it takes, even if the last visa expired by then. Officially it is extended by virtue of section 3C of the Immigration Act 1971, which automatically extends the ‘last visa’ for as long as it is going to take for a decision on the new application. This means migrants do not become overstayers through no fault of their own?


To book please visit the page Booking or contact us: training@1st4immigration.com
 
 
 
 

Wednesday, 29 April 2015

New successful case and testimonial on British Citizenship application for a South African national.

“Dear Christina, Thank you for all your help with my application for British Citizenship. It was a real pleasure dealing with you; I always found you to be very professional and courteous. You kept me informed throughout the process without me ever having to chase you for information. Your employer (that’s us – 1st 4Immigration!) should feel very proud to have you as a team member as you are truly an asset to the company.”

These lovely words came from Sanja, a South African national who started her stay in the UK on a Tier 2 work visa and then switched to a Spouse visa (also through us) when she married a British Citizen. That was under the old rules (before 9 July 2012), so after the 2 years we were able to apply for Indefinite Leave for Sanja and later for British Citizenship once Sanja has obtained an appropriate permission from the South African authorities in order to keep dual nationality.

For an individual advice or to make your application as successful please contact us: info@1st4immigration.com or visit www.1st4immigration.com


If you are an Immigration Adviser or a Solicitor please visit our immigration Training and CPD website: www.1st4immigration.com/training

 

Points-Based System training course Saturday 23 May: Tiers, Points, Dependants, qualifying for ILR. CPD 7 hours.

We offer an intensive Saturday course at our office in the City of London. 1st 4Immigration Ltd is a practicing OISC-accredited immigration company, OISC, ref  F200800152. We are also a recognised CPD provider and can be found on the OISC list of the training providers.

This course has a particular emphasis on Tier 2 General and Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa categories, applying for a Sponsor Licence and using Tier 2 Code of Practice as well as qualifying for an Indefinite Leave in these routes. It also covers (often forgotten in training) rules for family members of PBS migrants. You can earn 7 core CPD hours credit, subject to the successful completion of the test after the course.

As a practicing company, we are offering to share our experience to help you deal with the applications of Points-Based System migrants, their family members and ILR applications based on PBS categories. You can read Testimonials on our immigration cases here. Our tutors are our very own OISC-accredited practicing immigration advisers who handle the real cases during the week and teach on weekends. You can read about them on the Tutors page.

Unlike most traditional courses, ours is conducted using plain language and does not simply contain quotes from the Immigration Rules. We include cases studies from our practice, a Questions & Answers session and a test to test your knowledge, which is given to the candidates at the end to complete in their own time and send to us. Generally, we try to keep it as entertaining as possible!


You can book PBS training courses here (we have training almost every month):  http://www.1st4immigration.com/training/pbs-course.php

Upcoming training dates:
 
Saturday 23 May 2015. In time for an OISC exam on 28 May.
 
Saturday 19 September 2015. In time for OISC exam on 28 September.

Saturday 17 October 2015. In time for OISC exam on 29 October.

Saturday 21 November 2015. In time for OISC exam on 23 November.

Saturday 5 December 2015. In time for OISC exam on 17 December.

Alternatively, for OISC Level 1 training dates please visit http://www.1st4immigration.com/training/classroom-oisc-level-1-course.php

1st 4Immigration Ltd,
OISC no F200800152, CPD ref EJE/14IM.
68 King William Street, City of London, London, EC4N 7DZ.

Schengen visa for May and summer travel and sooner appointments! Turnaround 4 working days for most nationals. We reply emails on the same working day!

Multi Travel Visas Ltd is an accredited agency with the official French visa centre in London, we have many years of experience of working with French Consulate. We use a separate system of appointments and can provide an appointment sooner than available for the public.

FRENCH SCHENGEN VISA:

It is possible to obtain a visa within 4 working days from the date of the biometric appointment for most nationals, such as Filipino, South African, Russian, Indian, Chinese, Turkish and most others. It takes longer for some nationals, up to 3 weeks, a list is available on our website: http://www.multitravelvisas.co.uk/schengen-visa-france.php 


GERMAN SCHENGEN VISA:

German Schengen visa takes 5 working days from the date of appointment. No biometrics, no personal attendance needed! Furthermore, spouses and family members of UK/EU citizens don't have to book tickets/accommodation before applying for this visa. This is the best Embassy to apply for a Schengen visa for spouses and family members of UK/EU citizens.
Webpage: http://www.multitravelvisas.co.uk/schengen-visa-germany.php


PORTUGUESE SCHENGEN VISA:
Portuguese Schengen visa takes 1 week from the nearest available Wednesday. No biometrics, no personal attendance needed! Webpage: http://www.multitravelvisas.co.uk/schengen-visa-portugal.php



Contact us at Multi Travel Visas: www.multitravelvisas.co.uk
Phone 0871 472 1468 or 07795471483
Email:
info@multitravelvisas.co.uk 

We reply on the same working day!

Or come to our office from 9am to 6pm (you don’t need an appointment): 68 King William Street, City of London, London, EC4N 7DZ. We’re near Monument tube station, close to Bank and Liverpool Street, over the bridge from London Bridge station and within easy reach by DLR from Canary Wharf.

Fast Same-day UK passport renewal for the upcoming bank holidays! Submission next working day in London. Renewal, replacement of lost passport. Also 2nd valid passport for frequent business travellers.

Multi Travel Visas Ltd can assist with renewing a UK passport using same-day or 1 week service at the Passport Office in London, with the authorisation from you as per the government requirements. We can submit applications on next working day after receiving your documents, there is no need to wait for an appointment. We may also be able to submit on the same day if we receive your documents before 12pm (Midday) and they are in order.

We can also help if for some reason you are unable to apply yourself. If you don't have time to travel to a Passport Office yourself we can apply on your behalf (you don't have to come to London). If you are living/working abroad you can courier documents to our London office and we can submit them promptly for same-day service. This includes if your passport has run out of pages or if you need to renew not only yours but also/or your child's passport urgently.  Example: British expats living or working in the USA, the Middle East, Asia and Europe.  

Passport renewal: we can renew your adult passport on same-day service or 1 week service, with applications submitted as soon as next working day. Sometimes we can submit on same working day if we have document before 12pm and they are in order. You can also ask for a ‘Jumbo’ passport (48 pages instead of the standard 32), handy if you travel frequently outside the UK and your passport is full of stamps – it will take much longer for your passport to run out of pages.

Replacement of a lost or stolen passport: we can submit promptly, as above, but replacements are only processed on 1 week service at the Passport Office.

2nd valid passport for frequent business travellers: this is possible within the timing of normal urgent services, here your employer has to provide a letter confirming you have to travel frequently for work and you need a 2nd passport to travel while your 1st one is used to apply for visas.

We also help with foreign travel visas: Russia (including invitations, ie visa support), China, India, Saudi Arabia, Kazakhstan and others. If you have a British passport but work abroad we can still process a visa application here in London. For example, if you are working abroad far from a capital city in that country, and cannot go to the Embassies, then you could courier your documents to us and we’d submit to the Embassies in the UK. Example: British expats working in the Spanish islands of Majorca.


 Contact us now: 0871 472 1468. Email info@multitravelvisas.co.uk , we reply on the same working day! Web-site: http://www.multitravelvisas.co.uk/same-day-british-passport-renewal.php  with the visa requirements and clients' feedbacks. Calls to 0871 number cost £0.10 per minute, emails are free.

Our office is based in the City of London, near Monument station. Also close Bank, Liverpool Street and London Bridge. Within easy reach by DLR from Canary Wharf. 

New testimonial on fast same-day UK passport renewal, from a British national residing in Germany.

"I needed to renew my UK passport at short notice while residing in Germany. Unfortunately, the UK passport authority service for out of country renewals couldn't guarantee a quick turnaround, it looked likely to take many, many weeks. A quick internet search led me to Multi Travel Visas. The procedure for renewing my passport with them couldn't have been any easier, and the day after they received my application, the new passport was couriered back to my home. All in all, I would recommend them to anyone and wouldn't hesitate to use them in the future."

This came from Duncan, a British citizen residing in Germany.  It is possible to renew a British passport within just 2-3 working days! It is actually same-day service at the UK Passport Office, so with an appointment available as soon as on the next working day the whole process is very fast. And if we have your documents by 12pm, and they are in order (or if you quickly arrange them to be in order, such as to bring new photos), then we can submit on the same working day!

Phone 0871 472 1468 or 07795471483
Email: info@multitravelvisas.co.uk 


Or come to our office from 9am to 6pm (you don’t need an appointment): 68 King William Street, City of London, London, EC4N 7DZ. We’re near Monument tube station, close to Bank and Liverpool Street, over the bridge from London Bridge station and within easy reach by DLR from Canary Wharf.

New testimonial on our Schengen visa service for a South African national.

"As a South African, applying for Schengen visas is often a laborious and frustrating process. Multi Travel Visas recently handled my application – and I cannot recommend them highly enough. Excellent advice, quick email response and always available to chat to on the phone. My visa was turned around in less than 3 working days.”

This came from a very happy client (who asked not to be named), a South African national residing in the UK. It is possible to obtain a French Schengen visa within 3-4 working days for most nationals, such as Filipino, South African, Russian, Indian, Chinese, Turkish and most others. It does take longer for some nationals, up to 3 weeks, a list is available on our website.

As an accredited agency, we use a separate system of appointments from the public and can usually obtain an appointments much sooner.

Phone 0871 472 1468 or 07795471483
Email:
info@multitravelvisas.co.uk  We reply on the same working day!

Or come to our office from 9am to 6pm (you don’t need an appointment): 68 King William Street, City of London, London, EC4N 7DZ. We’re near Monument tube station, close to Bank and Liverpool Street, over the bridge from London Bridge station and within easy reach by DLR from Canary Wharf.

Thursday, 23 April 2015

Same-day service for Indefinite Leave applications based on 10 years in the UK!

This is a very welcome development! Same-day service is back for applications for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR, permanent residency) based on 10 years of Long Residence. This service did exist before 2010 but was stopped, so in the last 5 years all applicants had to apply by post and wait for up to 6 months.

This category allows to qualify for ILR if one has spent 10 years lawfully in the UK. overstaying for max 28 days is allowed as well as the periods while waiting for a visa (in-country on-time applications). And even the periods outside the UK without a visa for max 6 months, ie the period between leaving the UK on the previous visa and returning to the UK on the new visa must be no more than 6 months, so your continuous residency is not broken.

Usually any visas can be combined (unlike to the 5 – year routes) but there is a much stricter limit on absences.

1st 4Immigration is authorised to submit clients' visa applications using this service, we are accredited by the Home Office as a representative company in Croydon. Same-day service is by appointment only, which we can book up to 6 weeks in advance, usually it can be as soon as within next 2 weeks.

Benefits of Same-day service: useful if you need to travel abroad and cannot be without your passport. In our opinion the main benefit is, although more expensive, it allows you to know result right on the day, including if there are any problems, rather than waiting for 3-4 months postal service and then possibly being told there is a problem or even that application has been refused.

For an individual advice or to make an application please contact us: info@1st4immigration.com or visit www.1st4immigration.com 

If you are an Immigration Adviser or a Solicitor please visit our immigration Training and CPD website: www.1st4immigration.com/training
 

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

OISC Level 1 course, Sat-Sun 16 - 17 May 2015 (just in time for the OISC exam on 28 May), City of London, from a practicing immigration company. CPD 10 hours

This is a very informative and practical 2-day weekend course at our office in the City of London.  1st 4Immigration Ltd is a practicing OISC-accredited immigration company, OISC ref F200800152. After many years of experience – and hundreds of successful cases – we are sharing our experience to help you to prepare for your OISC Level 1 assessment and accreditation or, if you are already practicing, to increase your knowledge. You can read Testimonials on our immigration cases here.

TRAINING DATES:

Weekend 16 - 17 May 2015, OISC Level 1, just in time for an OISC exam on 28 May.

Weekend 23 - 24 May 2015, Points-Based System, just in time for an OISC exam on 28 May.

Weekend 20 - 21 June 2015, OISC Level 1, just in time for an OISC exam on 23 June.Our tutors are our very own OISC-accredited practicing immigration advisers who handle the real cases during the week and teach on weekends. You can read about them on the Tutors page.

Unlike most traditional courses, ours is conducted using plain language and does not simply contain quotes from the Immigration Rules. We include cases studies from our practice, answers to most common questions, a Questions&Answers session and a mock Level 1 assessment, which is given to the candidates at the end to complete in their own time and send to us. Generally, we try to keep it as entertaining as possible. We will also provide a printed version of the course (150 pages) for you to take home, which is very detailed, contains more cases studies and you can take it with you to the 'real' OISC exam.





Detailed Course Agenda can be found here and is designed in our own unique way.


1st 4Immigration Ltd: 68 King William Street, City of London, London, EC4N 7DZ. Near Monument underground station. Email: training@1st4immigration.com, Phone: 0871 472 1468 (£0.10 per minute, emails are free).
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You can find a detailed Table of Contents on the link above, here are 2 examples (of 20):
PART 1: CRUCIAL TO GET THE BASICS!2 systems of immigration law: UK law and European law | Types of visas under the UK law | Entry Clearance | Visitor visa | Leave to Remain (also called Residence Permit or Limited Leave to Remain) | Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) | It is possible to lose an ILR, however Indefinite it is | Indefinite Leave to Enter | There is also a Leave to Enter
‘Settlement’ and 2 confusing meanings of this word | Common question:  Passport has expired, do I have to transfer my visa to a new passport | What is Switching? | Common examples when switching is not allowed even though the migrants are desperate to do so | What is the Date of Application and why it is so important? | When is the Date of Application? | In-time and Out-of-time applications
PART 2: IMMIGRATION RULES AND HOW TO USE THEM
Each category rules consist of 3 parts | My ‘Other way around’ principle | How to determine if switching is possible?| How to determine if a visa allows to work? | Registration with the police | Tuberculosis test | UKBA Staff Guidance
You can find Extracts on the link above too, here are 2 of them:
Extract from the “IMMIGRATION RULES AND HOW TO USE THEM” section:
No one knows everything and remembers all the rules! The trick is to know how to use the Immigration Rules and where to find  the specific information. The Rules may change anytime, and they do change a lot, but if you know how to use the Rules you could check the requirements or check the changes at any time. For example, things like whether a migrant can switch a visa category while in the UK or whether a migrant can work or whether a particular English test is acceptable are all a matter of the Rules, not a matter of guessing.
My ‘Other way around’ principle:
I call it ‘other way around’ because many people tend to think this way: “I am on a Tier 5 visa and want to know if I can apply for a Spouse visa inside the UK”, then they go on the Immigration Rules webpage for the Tier 5 category and try to read the rules there. Understandably, they only find the rules about how to get a Tier 5 visa, which they already have, and not a Spouse visa.
What you need to do is to act the ‘other way around’, ie to check the rules of the category your client is looking to apply for, not the rules of the category in which he/she already has a visa. In our example of switching from a Tier 5 to a Spouse visa it is the Spouse visa rules that one needs to read – to determine if he/she can qualify.
Extracts from the “CRUCIAL TO GET THE BASICS!” section:
What is Switching?
Switchingis not an official term. Switching simply means changing a visa category while inside the UK, ie switching from one to another, such as from a Tier 4 Student to a Tier 2 General; or from Tier 4 to a Spouse visa. Officially it is called ‘applying for a leave to remain in a Tier 2 General category’ or ‘applying for a leave to remain as a Spouse of a UK citizen’. So, we can simply say ‘Switching from a Student visa to a Spouse visa’.
The significance of switching is this: switching means applying inside the UK and it is only allowed if the Rules specifically allow so. If switching is not allowed then the applicant has to return to their country and apply for a visa from there, which means he/she would be applying for an Entry Clearance.
What is the Date of Application and why it is so important?
Imagine this: you are making an application today but tomorrow the Rules are changing, which rules would apply? Or you have made an application a month ago, your visa expires in 2 weeks time and your application is not going to be decided before then, are you going to become an overstayer through no fault of your own?
A Date of Application idea deals with such issues. If the date of your application is before the Rules changed then your application is going to be considered under the Rules in place before the changes. For example, Spouse/Partner visas rules were significantly changed on 9 July 2012, yet those who applied before that, even on 8 July 2012, had their applications considered under the old rules, even if the decision was made a few months after the rules changed.
If the date of your application is before your last visa expired then your status remains the same as it was on the date of application for as long as it takes for a new application to be considered. However long it takes, even if the last visa expired by then. Officially it is extended by virtue of section 3C of the Immigration Act 1971, which automatically extends the ‘last visa’ for as long as it is going to take for a decision on the new application. This means migrants do not become overstayers through no fault of their own?


 
To book please visit the page Booking or contact us: training@1st4immigration.com
 

Who has to meet the Financial Requirement for a Spouse visa? The Sponsor, the Applicant or both?

We are often asked whether the Sponsor, usually a British citizen, has to meet the Financial Requirement on his/her own. The answer is no, sometimes it can be combined with the Applicant’s income (the person’s who needs a visa). Sometimes it can be only the Applicant’s income, on its own.

Example 1: if the Applicant has a UK visa which allows to work, such as a Tier 1 or 2 work visa, Tier 4 Student visa or a Tier 5 visa then the Applicant’s earnings from employment or self-employment in the UK would be sufficient, without the need of the Sponsor’s income (assuming there is enough to meet the Financial Requirement). If both partners are working legally in the UK it can be a combination of both of their earnings, although there is no much point of that if one, ie either partner, can meet the Financial Requirement on his/her own (apart from the double amount of paperwork and a satisfying feeling of exceeding the Financial Requirement).

Example 2: if the Financial Requirement is being met via non-employment income (such as property rental income) or pension or savings, then it can be from either partner or from both together.

Example 3: if  one partner is working but his/her salary is short of the required threshold, the other permitted source of income can be used in combination and the other source can be from the other partner. For instance, if one partner it working on £15,000 per annum but the other partner has savings (sufficient for the Financial Requirement, £25,000 in this case) then these 2 sources can be combined. Or savings can be combined from 2 partners.

There are many possible solutions and combinations to meet the Financial Requirement!

For an individual advice or to make an application please contact us: info@1st4immigration.com or visit www.1st4immigration.com  

If you are an Immigration Adviser or a Solicitor please visit our immigration Training and CPD website: www.1st4immigration.com/training

New successful case and testimonial on a UK Spouse visa in India.

“Initially I was going to submit my wife’s visa application myself . However, I wanted reassurance that everything is correct. I found 1st 4immigration website online and was pleasantly surprised that Lucy replied to my emails within hours and answered all my queries. This is the reason why I chose 1st 4Immigration over other solicitors and firms, their quick responses gave me the feeling of having their full attention.  I was then passed on to Joanne who handled our case. Joanne was very thorough and checked key details 3 to 4 times during our meeting. I thought this is brilliant. I wanted someone to treat to this case as their own, and that’s what she did. My wife’s entry clearance visa has now been granted. Thank you Joanne and Lucy.”

This came from Lakhwinder, a British national whose wife is Indian and was applying for a Spouse Entry Clearance in her home country, under Appendix FM.  Happy ending!

The next step will be to renew a visa after 2.5 years and then to apply for permanent residency after 5 years. Both steps can be done using same-day service, such as the one we use in Croydon.

For an individual advice or to make your application as successful please contact us: info@1st4immigration.com or visit www.1st4immigration.com To read about our OISC-accredited immigration advisers: http://www.1st4immigration.com/about.php#advisers

If you are an Immigration Adviser or a Solicitor please visit our immigration Training and CPD website: www.1st4immigration.com/training