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What Our Immigration Clients Say

” A Great Representative”

To Mr Sharma

Myself, my son and Mr Buchanan just want to thank you for acting on our behalf. Your interest and your understanding in our circumstance as what enabled us to receive the result we were longing for and without your interest the outcome would be totally different and because of that we would want to say many thanks to you.

You were a great representative and i believe you will only get better. So i wish you all the very best in life in your professional and personal. Your staff they are great professional, helpful and friendly, please tell then to keep up the wonderful work they are doing.

I will have no hesitation in recommending your service to anyone and I will be doing so. So lots of thanks to you and your staff again and I will see you in a few years all being well.

With Sincere Thanks L W

L Williams

“Forever Grateful”

Everything we have entrusted Mr Sharma and his team with has been dealt with professionally and accurately.

Mr Sharma and his team have successfully dealt with my wife’s application and appeals process, they have provided the expertise and knowledge needed to secure my wife’s right to remain in this country with her family.

We are forever grateful for all the hard work carried out by Mr Sharma and his colleagues at JM Wilson Solicitors, and would highly recommend them to anyone seeking help with immigration.

Thank You to all at JM Wilson Solicitors

James and Hannah Capon

” A Great Representative”

To Mr Sharma

Myself, my son and Mr Buchanan just want to thank you for acting on our behalf. Your interest and your understanding in our circumstance as what enabled us to receive the result we were longing for and without your interest the outcome would be totally different and because of that we would want to say many thanks to you.

You were a great representative and i believe you will only get better. So i wish you all the very best in life in your professional and personal. Your staff they are great professional, helpful and friendly, please tell then to keep up the wonderful work they are doing.

I will have no hesitation in recommending your service to anyone and I will be doing so. So lots of thanks to you and your staff again and I will see you in a few years all being well.

With Sincere Thanks L W

L Williams

“Forever Grateful”

Everything we have entrusted Mr Sharma and his team with has been dealt with professionally and accurately.

Mr Sharma and his team have successfully dealt with my wife’s application and appeals process, they have provided the expertise and knowledge needed to secure my wife’s right to remain in this country with her family.

We are forever grateful for all the hard work carried out by Mr Sharma and his colleagues at JM Wilson Solicitors, and would highly recommend them to anyone seeking help with immigration.

Thank You to all at JM Wilson Solicitors

James and Hannah Capon

“Dedication to Our Case”

On the 8th February 2012 I was summoned to attend a hearing at Bristol Magistrates Court as I had knowingly failed to fill in my census form that contravened the Census Act of 1920. At that hearing I represented myself and pleaded not guilty on two grounds, namely that on conscientious grounds-(the Governments contractor being Lockheed Martin GB) -one of the biggest arms dealers in the world and also a major surveillance company. At the court hearing were not interested in my reasons, saying they were not relevant and political! The trial was then set for the 31st May

I was very annoyed by their remarks, for I consider that I am a very responsible citizen and should be treated thus. Having been the Mayor of my Town on ten separate occasions. I am also a Quaker. However to make any headway with my case I realised I would need legal representation. A friend of mine knew a Barrister, Tony Muman, in Birmingham who took on Human Rights issues and I along with another Quaker meet up with him together with a solicitor, Mr Sharma, of J M Wilson. What struck me at that initial meeting was their complete dedication to our case. JM Wilsons seem that they wold go that extra mile, and I subsequently meet them on several occasions. The final meeting when between us we decided that a strongly worded letter should be addressed to a judge in Bristol, for from other similar cases across the Country magistrates were not taking on board the European Convention on Human Rights when considering their judgement.

I must admit that through the three months that the work lasted Mr Sharma and his staff were readily handy to answer my questions and gave me re-assurance that was much needed at that point. Therefore I have no hesitation to recommend their services. If they didn’t know an answer to a question then they would find out!?

On the 13th April I received a letter from J.M. Wilson that they have had a “Notice of Discontinuance” from the Crown Prosecution Services-stating the is not enough evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction! A very different view than there initial stance!

As far as I am aware that only three, including my Quaker friend, out of 400 Census cases that have been dropped all the rest have been declared guilty. Obviously, I was relieved but on the other hand I was disappointed that my legal team were not able to prove that I was not guilty in the High Court. I was confident that they could have proven that under Human right articles the whole of the Census operation was invalid. I still hold that view.

On the 8th February 2012 I was summoned to attend a hearing at Bristol Magistrates Court as I had knowingly failed to fill in my census form that contravened the Census Act of 1920. At that hearing I represented myself and pleaded not guilty on two grounds, namely that on conscientious grounds-(the Governments contractor being Lockheed Martin GB) -one of the biggest arms dealers in the world and also a major surveillance company. At the court hearing were not interested in my reasons, saying they were not relevant and political! The trial was then set for the 31st May

I was very annoyed by their remarks, for I consider that I am a very responsible citizen and should be treated thus. Having been the Mayor of my Town on ten separate occasions. I am also a Quaker. However to make any headway with my case I realised I would need legal representation. A friend of mine knew a Barrister, Tony Muman, in Birmingham who took on Human Rights issues and I along with another Quaker meet up with him together with a solicitor, Mr Sharma, of J M Wilson. What struck me at that initial meeting was their complete dedication to our case. JM Wilsons seem that they wold go that extra mile, and I subsequently meet them on several occasions. The final meeting when between us we decided that a strongly worded letter should be addressed to a judge in Bristol, for from other similar cases across the Country magistrates were not taking on board the European Convention on Human Rights when considering their judgement.

I must admit that through the three months that the work lasted Mr Sharma and his staff were readily handy to answer my questions and gave me re-assurance that was much needed at that point. Therefore I have no hesitation to recommend their services. If they didn’t know an answer to a question then they would find out!?

On the 13th April I received a letter from J.M. Wilson that they have had a “Notice of Discontinuance” from the Crown Prosecution Services-stating the is not enough evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction! A very different view than there initial stance!

As far as I am aware that only three, including my Quaker friend, out of 400 Census cases that have been dropped all the rest have been declared guilty. Obviously, I was relieved but on the other hand I was disappointed that my legal team were not able to prove that I was not guilty in the High Court. I was confident that they could have proven that under Human right articles the whole of the Census operation was invalid. I still hold that view.

John Marjoram – Stroud District and Town Councillor

“The firm were able to deal with both my family case and immigration case in one building”

I was in a difficult situation. I was in the UK from America on a spousal visa. My marriage had broken down which was traumatic and difficult. My right to live in the UK was based upon my marriage and therefore I was in trouble.  I needed advice on family law and immigration. I was recommended by a friend to Mrs Jenny Sharma. She helped me begin the difficult task of sorting out child arrangements through the court for my child, my spouse was being difficult at the time.  Her colleague Miss Rukeya Begum was then able to advise me on my immigration case.

The firm were able to deal with both my family case and immigration case in one building which made the whole process so much less stressful. Also, they were able to discuss my case together and advise me the best way forward.

Miss Begum helped me through a very trying time with professionalism and understanding.  She was always impeccable in the delivery of information and advised me clearly which was so important during a period of such high emotions.  She went over and beyond in helping me with matters sometimes not connected to the case.

Mrs Sharma was firm and solid in her advice which was exactly what I needed during such an emotional time. She was kind and generous with her time and took care to explain all the steps and possible or likely outcomes. She helped me work towards a positive, peaceful outcome in the end which was the best for all involved.

I not only obtained an order regarding my child in the family courts, but I was able to secure my right to remain in the UK under the 5-year route as a parent. I would recommend J M Wilson Solicitors to anyone seeking Immigration or Family Law advice.

On the 8th February 2012 I was summoned to attend a hearing at Bristol Magistrates Court as I had knowingly failed to fill in my census form that contravened the Census Act of 1920. At that hearing I represented myself and pleaded not guilty on two grounds, namely that on conscientious grounds-(the Governments contractor being Lockheed Martin GB) -one of the biggest arms dealers in the world and also a major surveillance company. At the court hearing were not interested in my reasons, saying they were not relevant and political! The trial was then set for the 31st May

I was very annoyed by their remarks, for I consider that I am a very responsible citizen and should be treated thus. Having been the Mayor of my Town on ten separate occasions. I am also a Quaker. However to make any headway with my case I realised I would need legal representation. A friend of mine knew a Barrister, Tony Muman, in Birmingham who took on Human Rights issues and I along with another Quaker meet up with him together with a solicitor, Mr Sharma, of J M Wilson. What struck me at that initial meeting was their complete dedication to our case. JM Wilsons seem that they wold go that extra mile, and I subsequently meet them on several occasions. The final meeting when between us we decided that a strongly worded letter should be addressed to a judge in Bristol, for from other similar cases across the Country magistrates were not taking on board the European Convention on Human Rights when considering their judgement.

I must admit that through the three months that the work lasted Mr Sharma and his staff were readily handy to answer my questions and gave me re-assurance that was much needed at that point. Therefore I have no hesitation to recommend their services. If they didn’t know an answer to a question then they would find out!?

On the 13th April I received a letter from J.M. Wilson that they have had a “Notice of Discontinuance” from the Crown Prosecution Services-stating the is not enough evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction! A very different view than there initial stance!

As far as I am aware that only three, including my Quaker friend, out of 400 Census cases that have been dropped all the rest have been declared guilty. Obviously, I was relieved but on the other hand I was disappointed that my legal team were not able to prove that I was not guilty in the High Court. I was confident that they could have proven that under Human right articles the whole of the Census operation was invalid. I still hold that view.

Family And Immigration Client

“Dedication to Our Case”

On the 8th February 2012 I was summoned to attend a hearing at Bristol Magistrates Court as I had knowingly failed to fill in my census form that contravened the Census Act of 1920. At that hearing I represented myself and pleaded not guilty on two grounds, namely that on conscientious grounds-(the Governments contractor being Lockheed Martin GB) -one of the biggest arms dealers in the world and also a major surveillance company. At the court hearing were not interested in my reasons, saying they were not relevant and political! The trial was then set for the 31st May

I was very annoyed by their remarks, for I consider that I am a very responsible citizen and should be treated thus. Having been the Mayor of my Town on ten separate occasions. I am also a Quaker. However to make any headway with my case I realised I would need legal representation. A friend of mine knew a Barrister, Tony Muman, in Birmingham who took on Human Rights issues and I along with another Quaker meet up with him together with a solicitor, Mr Sharma, of J M Wilson. What struck me at that initial meeting was their complete dedication to our case. JM Wilsons seem that they wold go that extra mile, and I subsequently meet them on several occasions. The final meeting when between us we decided that a strongly worded letter should be addressed to a judge in Bristol, for from other similar cases across the Country magistrates were not taking on board the European Convention on Human Rights when considering their judgement.

I must admit that through the three months that the work lasted Mr Sharma and his staff were readily handy to answer my questions and gave me re-assurance that was much needed at that point. Therefore I have no hesitation to recommend their services. If they didn’t know an answer to a question then they would find out!?

On the 13th April I received a letter from J.M. Wilson that they have had a “Notice of Discontinuance” from the Crown Prosecution Services-stating the is not enough evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction! A very different view than there initial stance!

As far as I am aware that only three, including my Quaker friend, out of 400 Census cases that have been dropped all the rest have been declared guilty. Obviously, I was relieved but on the other hand I was disappointed that my legal team were not able to prove that I was not guilty in the High Court. I was confident that they could have proven that under Human right articles the whole of the Census operation was invalid. I still hold that view.

On the 8th February 2012 I was summoned to attend a hearing at Bristol Magistrates Court as I had knowingly failed to fill in my census form that contravened the Census Act of 1920. At that hearing I represented myself and pleaded not guilty on two grounds, namely that on conscientious grounds-(the Governments contractor being Lockheed Martin GB) -one of the biggest arms dealers in the world and also a major surveillance company. At the court hearing were not interested in my reasons, saying they were not relevant and political! The trial was then set for the 31st May

I was very annoyed by their remarks, for I consider that I am a very responsible citizen and should be treated thus. Having been the Mayor of my Town on ten separate occasions. I am also a Quaker. However to make any headway with my case I realised I would need legal representation. A friend of mine knew a Barrister, Tony Muman, in Birmingham who took on Human Rights issues and I along with another Quaker meet up with him together with a solicitor, Mr Sharma, of J M Wilson. What struck me at that initial meeting was their complete dedication to our case. JM Wilsons seem that they wold go that extra mile, and I subsequently meet them on several occasions. The final meeting when between us we decided that a strongly worded letter should be addressed to a judge in Bristol, for from other similar cases across the Country magistrates were not taking on board the European Convention on Human Rights when considering their judgement.

I must admit that through the three months that the work lasted Mr Sharma and his staff were readily handy to answer my questions and gave me re-assurance that was much needed at that point. Therefore I have no hesitation to recommend their services. If they didn’t know an answer to a question then they would find out!?

On the 13th April I received a letter from J.M. Wilson that they have had a “Notice of Discontinuance” from the Crown Prosecution Services-stating the is not enough evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction! A very different view than there initial stance!

As far as I am aware that only three, including my Quaker friend, out of 400 Census cases that have been dropped all the rest have been declared guilty. Obviously, I was relieved but on the other hand I was disappointed that my legal team were not able to prove that I was not guilty in the High Court. I was confident that they could have proven that under Human right articles the whole of the Census operation was invalid. I still hold that view.

John Marjoram – Stroud District and Town Councillor

“The firm were able to deal with both my family case and immigration case in one building”

I was in a difficult situation. I was in the UK from America on a spousal visa. My marriage had broken down which was traumatic and difficult. My right to live in the UK was based upon my marriage and therefore I was in trouble.  I needed advice on family law and immigration. I was recommended by a friend to Mrs Jenny Sharma. She helped me begin the difficult task of sorting out child arrangements through the court for my child, my spouse was being difficult at the time.  Her colleague Miss Rukeya Begum was then able to advise me on my immigration case.

The firm were able to deal with both my family case and immigration case in one building which made the whole process so much less stressful. Also, they were able to discuss my case together and advise me the best way forward.

Miss Begum helped me through a very trying time with professionalism and understanding.  She was always impeccable in the delivery of information and advised me clearly which was so important during a period of such high emotions.  She went over and beyond in helping me with matters sometimes not connected to the case.

Mrs Sharma was firm and solid in her advice which was exactly what I needed during such an emotional time. She was kind and generous with her time and took care to explain all the steps and possible or likely outcomes. She helped me work towards a positive, peaceful outcome in the end which was the best for all involved.

I not only obtained an order regarding my child in the family courts, but I was able to secure my right to remain in the UK under the 5-year route as a parent. I would recommend J M Wilson Solicitors to anyone seeking Immigration or Family Law advice.

On the 8th February 2012 I was summoned to attend a hearing at Bristol Magistrates Court as I had knowingly failed to fill in my census form that contravened the Census Act of 1920. At that hearing I represented myself and pleaded not guilty on two grounds, namely that on conscientious grounds-(the Governments contractor being Lockheed Martin GB) -one of the biggest arms dealers in the world and also a major surveillance company. At the court hearing were not interested in my reasons, saying they were not relevant and political! The trial was then set for the 31st May

I was very annoyed by their remarks, for I consider that I am a very responsible citizen and should be treated thus. Having been the Mayor of my Town on ten separate occasions. I am also a Quaker. However to make any headway with my case I realised I would need legal representation. A friend of mine knew a Barrister, Tony Muman, in Birmingham who took on Human Rights issues and I along with another Quaker meet up with him together with a solicitor, Mr Sharma, of J M Wilson. What struck me at that initial meeting was their complete dedication to our case. JM Wilsons seem that they wold go that extra mile, and I subsequently meet them on several occasions. The final meeting when between us we decided that a strongly worded letter should be addressed to a judge in Bristol, for from other similar cases across the Country magistrates were not taking on board the European Convention on Human Rights when considering their judgement.

I must admit that through the three months that the work lasted Mr Sharma and his staff were readily handy to answer my questions and gave me re-assurance that was much needed at that point. Therefore I have no hesitation to recommend their services. If they didn’t know an answer to a question then they would find out!?

On the 13th April I received a letter from J.M. Wilson that they have had a “Notice of Discontinuance” from the Crown Prosecution Services-stating the is not enough evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction! A very different view than there initial stance!

As far as I am aware that only three, including my Quaker friend, out of 400 Census cases that have been dropped all the rest have been declared guilty. Obviously, I was relieved but on the other hand I was disappointed that my legal team were not able to prove that I was not guilty in the High Court. I was confident that they could have proven that under Human right articles the whole of the Census operation was invalid. I still hold that view.

Family And Immigration Client

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