Our updated guide will act as a valuable source of information for current clients and potential customers. The in-depth review takes into consideration the proposed law changes to be implemented on 13th December 2012.
(PRWEB UK) 13 December 2012
A Kings Court Chambers’ statement said: “We have been contacted by a number of concerned clients who are worried about the latest UK Immigration review, which will see changes to the law that will be implemented on the 13th December 2012. The laws are constantly changing, often leaving the people we serve confused by the UK Immigration system.”
The guide provides a comprehensive overview of the UK Immigration system covering a number of UK Visa types and the criteria that applicants need to meet in order to be eligible to apply.
Kings Court Chambers reviews its services constantly in order to provide clients up to date information on all matters relating to UK Immigration law.
A Kings Court Chambers’ senior representative said: “Our updated guide will act as a valuable source of information for current clients and potential customers. The in-depth guide takes into consideration the proposed law changes to be implemented on 13th December 2012.”
The guide will help people to get a better understanding of what’s needed to qualify for UK Immigration and relieve any concerns and answer any frequently asked questions. Clarification of the UK Immigration system was the key factor behind the release of this document.
As well as providing essential information to clients, Kings Court Chambers is able to provide assistance in applying for a UK Visa and to resolve UK Immigration matters, serving to review the circumstances of clients before offering assistance in reaching a solution.
The service includes complete support throughout the entire application process with regular updates concerning progress, a full review of one's application before submission and details of the final outcome.
A spokesperson for the firm said: “We want people to be aware that, following the review of UK Immigration Laws on December 13th, help is on hand to deal with the complex process of navigating the UK Immigration system and we have plenty of experience in helping thousands of clients each week. We released the guide to give people confidence that we are service that can assist them.”
Kings Court Chambers, Birmingham, specialise in public access work in UK and European immigration law, nationality and asylum law. The 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.