Many British residents are being forced into making tough decisions regarding Immigration and we are experiencing an increased volume of enquiries from clients seeking guidance from our Immigration Barristers.
(PRWEB UK) 8 November 2012
A review of UK Immigration laws has seen the Government promising to reduce net migration by 2015, with a number of measures being implemented making it increasingly difficult for people outside Europe to gain entry to the UK in order to join family members.
According to ‘The World Tonight’ radio programme, foreign national families residing in Britain are being forced to separate, as UK Immigration rules are made more restrictive. Many individuals are now unable to meet the criteria required to gain a visa for UK entry to join family members based in the UK.
Kings Court Chambers has announced a noticeable rise in the number of enquiries they have received, with people wanting to know their rights and seeking urgent assistance from their service.
A spokesperson for Kings Court Chambers said: “Many British residents are being forced into making tough decisions regarding Immigration and we are experiencing an increased volume of enquiries from clients seeking guidance from our Immigration Barristers.”
Recently, Kings Court Chambers also announced the number of judicial review cases being handled by their firm has significantly increased. This latest announcement from Kings Court Chambers provides further evidence that recent UK law changes are certainly causing a stir.
A further statement from the independent Chambers, located in Birmingham, said: “A number of our clients looking to apply for a visa for UK entry, are now unable to meet the criteria needed to obtain a UK visa. However, we would like to make it clear that this does not mean our service is unable to assist.”
Kings Court Chambers is an independent Barristers Chambers that specialises in UK and European Immigration law. They are able to deal with all types of immigration issues, simple or complex, across the many fields of UK Immigration law including: entry clearance, leave to remain, settlement, removal, deportation and detention, and covering visits, education, employment and family reunion.