Kings Court Chambers, ‘Immigration review needed to reduce pressure’

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Kings Court Chambers, an independent Barristers Chambers based in Birmingham, announces an increased caseload, particularly in the field of UK Immigration.

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Kings Court Chambers prides itself on the quality of service we offer to our clients including advocacy and advisory work.

Our concern is for our clients, we’re here to help and review people’s circumstances in order to help them find a resolution to their matter.

As a leading Immigration service, the Immigration team at Kings Court Chambers specialises in many areas of UK Immigration Law, including UK Asylum, Human Rights matters and Appeals cases. The Chambers’ has announced that they have experienced an influx of enquiries from clients requesting their services, as the UK Border Agency fails to resolve cases swiftly or efficiently enough.

A Kings Court Chambers’ spokesperson said: “We are used to a heavy workload, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that UK Immigration policies require some sort of review in order to prevent the system spiralling out of control.”

An investigation carried out by Kings Court Chambers, providing a review of the UK Immigration system, revealed that the backlog of UK Immigration and UK Asylum cases exceeds 300,000. As a result, those people failing to acquire the assistance they need from the UKBA are turning to third party immigration services for help.

A further statement said: “Our concern is for our clients, we’re here to help and Kings Court Chambers review people’s circumstances in order to help them find a resolution to their matter. But in some instances we discover that many vulnerable people are being ripped-off by Immigration service providers offering a service designed to scam people out of their money.”

The statement added: “It’s apparent the UK Immigration system, as it stands, is not delivering the service needed to clear a massive backlog. Many legitimate service providers have emerged in order to offer much needed assistance and relieve the pressure on the UK Immigration System, however, there are those companies that simply set up to exploit the most vulnerable in desperate situations.”

The announcement from Kings Court Chambers, concerning its increased caseload, comes at a time when UK Immigration finds itself under review and under the media microscope on a consistent basis.

Kings Court Chambers, Birmingham, 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.

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