We’re urging clients and anyone in need of UK Immigration assistance to get in touch.
(PRWEB UK) 11 December 2012
Following a UK Immigration review of current immigration laws, Kings Court Chambers, Birmingham, is urging clients with UK Immigration issues that need resolving to act fast before the rules change on December 13th 2012.
A Kings Court Chambers spokesperson said: “We’re urging clients and anyone in need of UK Immigration assistance to get in touch, our contact details can be found on our website http://www.kingscourtchambers.com
“We can provide support to people regardless of their situation. With Christmas fast approaching, people looking to enter the UK for the holiday season will not want to be stressing about Visa applications.”
The rule changes were announced by the Home Office and are set to impact a number of UK Visa routes. UK Immigration Minister, Mark Harper, officially laid the proposed changes before Parliament on the 22nd November 2012.
A Kings Court Chambers review of the changes identified that the changes made will affect the Tier 1 Entrepreneur and Investor Visa categories, the Tier 2 Visa for skilled workers with an offer of employment, the Tier 4 category, for students with business initiatives and medical trainees and Tier 5 on contractual service providers, family and private life and a more rigorous assessment under the criminal framework for migrants who make UK Settlement applications.
A statement from Kings Court Chambers, Birmingham, said: “We’re here to offer all the help we can for people looking to resolve a UK Immigration matter. Kings Court Chambers is able to provide a professional service and relieve the stress of applying for UK Immigration, especially before Christmas.”
The Government is looking to reduce UK Immigration numbers to the ‘tens of thousands’ by 2015 as part of their pledge during their last election campaign. Many of the law changes are being proposed in order to reduce the number of people entering the UK, effectively imposing a UK Immigration Cap.
Kings Court Chambers 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.