To claim of being experts and professional immigration lawyers, Morden Solicitor LLP has and is very successfully dealing with all types of immigration visas, which also include Prospective Student Visas. In this category, prospective students who wish and aim to study in the UK under Tier 4 of the points-based system but have not completed all the arrangements for their course of study can apply and look forward to a positive result. We serve for our clients to get them their prospective student visa as desired by them.
We provide our legal advice and guide you thoroughly to have a clear idea of the type and purpose of course that you want to study. We also provide an appropriate assistance to you to get in touch with educational institutions in the UK. This helps to prove that you have a clear intention to study and to enter a specified university, which is really important to get a visa as a prospective student. We also out assist you to show and even provide the evidence (if required) that you will start your course within 6 months of arrival in the UK.
Our clients need not to worry and take a legal advice from us when this is mandatory for them to show that they intend to:
- Switch into Tier 4 of the points-based system to begin their course within 6 months of arriving in the UK, and then leave the UK at the end of your course;
- Leave the UK when the permission to stay as a prospective student expires, if failed to switch into Tier 4.
- They have enough money to meet the costs of their intended course and accommodation and to support themselves, without working or help from public funds.
Our team also guides about the documents, which can make your visa application stronger and advise you about the following content that should be covered in your documents:
- Information in detail about you
- Detailed information about your finances and employment
- Your accommodation and travel details
- Detailed information about your visit to the UK
Our immigration lawyers provide our services regarding your intention to bring your spouse, civil partner or any child under-18 with you to the UK as your ‘dependents’. For this purpose, you need to show to the Embassy that you can adequately accommodate and support your dependents without working or needing any help from public funds. Through all this process, you’ll find the immigration lawyer’s team of Morden Solicitors LLP highly experienced, professional and helpful. Our immigration lawyers represent you regarding your Perspective Student Visa application and perform all the casework for you.
Our solicitors advise you about the relevant immigration laws and procedures to be adopted by the UK Embassy/Consulate/High Commission in your case after getting all the details and instructions from you. We discuss all the weak and strengthening parts of your case with you in order to work more carefully to get the best results. We assist you for your documentary evidence and consider the contents of it to be submitted with your application and also guide you accordingly. Our immigration solicitors are very professional yet outstandingly helpful for our clients and thus complete the relevant immigration form for you, keeping you well informed. Our experts know the importance of a good covering letter for the introduction and support of the application; so we do it for you. Our solicitors keep a good and positive liaison with the UK Embassy/Consulate/High Commission knowing and considering the need of a speedy positive decision and keep you updated about the progress of your immigration application.
We always claim that we work for our clients with dedication, sensitivity and experience. We keep a good follow up and keep responding to any queries or requirements floated by the immigration lawyer till the time we don’t get our client the desired decision and guide them about the implications of the UK Embassy/Consulate/High Commission decision.
The immigration lawyers working at Morden Solicitors LLP also assist you if your Student Visitor Visa application is refused and you have been given a right to appeal by immigration officer or entry clearance officer in the refusal notice sent to you. The refusal document is also very important if you decide to make an appeal against the denial decision because it will list the reasons for the refusal, and will tell you whether you have the right to appeal. We guide you and pay you a legal assistance as to how and where to send/make your appeal.
Just a call away is the solution to your issue.