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Working and Studying in the UK

If you’re not a British citizen, but are planning to visit or stay in the UK for work or study, we can provide expert specialist advice and guide you through the application process.

Immigration law in the UK is incredibly complex, and changes frequently. For example, there have been extensive changes to the Immigration Rules that apply to anyone wishing to come to the UK for work or study. This means students and workers from inside and outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) must meet the criteria of the new points based system – and this involves education providers and employers respectively.

Supporting educational establishments and employers with immigration expertise

Whether you need a student or skilled worker, help with an intra-company transfer or securing international talent to support your business, or an innovator visa, our specialist Immigration team can guide you through the application process.

We can advise you on the full range of requirements and procedures, including the type of visa required and the application paperwork you’ll need to complete. We can help you complete, check and submit your application, ensure you provide all supporting documentation, and explain all fees payable.

Extending stays in the UK for work or study

Our Immigration team can also advise on applying to extend your stay in the UK to continue employment or studies.

If you intend to seek work while you are in the UK as a student, or visit the UK to attend courses and prepare for your studies, we can explain your entitlements and how to secure them.

To find out more about our immigration services, please contact our Immigration team. To learn more about our fees for our immigration services please click here.

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