We have a duty to protect people from scam operations and part of our service involves the review of our customer service policies in order to offer a transparent insight into our firm.
(PRWEB UK) 2 November 2012
A spokesperson for UK Immigration Barristers, comments: “We have a duty to protect people from scam operations and part of our service involves the review of our customer service policies in order to offer a transparent insight into our firm. We've received a number of calls, particularly from international students, whereby they have been ‘let down’ by service providers.”
The most recent immigration scam operations featured in the news centre around educational institutions. In the past 18 months alone, UK Immigration authorities have shut down an estimated 500 bogus colleges across the country, who have been exploiting international students promising to ensure ‘guaranteed UK entry’ only to find they have no licence to provide UK Visas.
UK Immigration Barristers provides a legitimate service that assists people on a global scale in obtaining a UK Visa or helping with a UK Immigration matter. A company representative stated: “We just wanted to make people aware that genuine service providers, such as ourselves, fully welcome a review of the industry sector, but also that we’re on hand to help those left in desperate situations.”
As a means of tackling the problem, UK Immigration Barristers has issued a number of articles, through its media department, providing tips and guidance on how to avoid being ripped-off.
UK Immigration Barristers has also implemented a guidance service to aid those affected by scams within educational institutions. Their service is available to all those students in need of assistance with fresh visa applications or instructions on what they can do to remain in Britain, without the fear of deportation.
UK Immigration Barristers wholeheartedly supports Government action to stamp out scam operations in order to see the number of bogus companies and services being set up reduced and to restore the reputation of a much needed industry sector.