UK Immigration ‘Rip Off’ Claims Rising – Kings Court Chambers Announces its Support of Government’s Call of Duty Cry

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Independent, Birmingham based, Barristers firm, Kings Court Chambers has responded to the Government’s Call of Duty cry to improve the service provided by third party Immigration companies following a recent review of the industry sector and UK Immigration as a whole.

Kings Court Chambers offer services with cases involving UK Immigration.

Kings Court Chambers is a recently formed set of Chambers with offices situated in the centre of Birmingham. We specialise in public access work in UK and European immigration law.

We have a call of duty to provide our customers with the best possible UK Immigration service, offering genuine assistance and doing all we can to bring a successful conclusion to any immigration issue

A Kings Court Chambers spokesperson said: “We have a call of duty to provide our customers with the best possible UK Immigration service, offering genuine assistance and doing all we can to bring a successful conclusion to any immigration issue.”

Kings Court Chambers wants to reassure its customers that they actively support a review of UK Immigration policies. With recent scandals involving London Metropolitan University, the failed deportation of Abu Qatada and revelations concerning the size of Britain’s Immigration backlog, the UK Immigration system has been under severe pressure in recent times.    

With the pressure on the system, third party services continue to emerge at a rapid rate, some are legitimate, whereas others represent a minority that set out with the intention to ‘rip off’ some of the most desperate and vulnerable people.

Kings Court Chambers is responding to the Government’s Call of Duty cry and showing its support for the Government’s vow to tackle the problem of third party services that operate illegally and purposely ‘rip off’ unsuspecting people who place their trust in so called ‘experts’.

UK Immigration is a ‘hot topic’ at present and the system has been tarnished by a series of negative reports. One of the biggest issues of the year focused on UK Immigration and how it would cope with the number of people coming to the UK for the 2012 Olympics.

A further statement from Kings Court Chambers said: “We do not condone the behaviour of third party companies who ‘rip off’ their customers. Such behaviour damages the reputation of those companies looking to provide genuine help to people in desperate and vulnerable situations.”

The statement added: “We’re concerned by the state that UK Immigration finds itself in and Kings Court Chambers wants to go on record and declare that we’re here to help people in need of UK Immigration assistance. We stand by the Government’s Call of Duty cry and we’ll work to improve our service whilst helping to eradicate the problem of scan operations that ‘rip off’ vulnerable people.

Kings Court Chambers is a recently formed set of Chambers with offices situated in the centre of Birmingham. They specialise in public access work in UK and European Immigration law, nationality and Asylum law.

Kings Court Chambers has Immigration Barristers who deal with all types of immigration cases, simple or complex, across the many fields of Immigration law including: entry clearance, leave to remain, settlement, removal, deportation and detention, and covering visits, education, employment and family reunion.

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