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J.M. Wilson Solicitors has excelled in providing expert legal assistance since 1991. Highly professional staff are friendly and offering expertise in:
• Property  • Immigration, Asylum & Human Rights  • Criminal & Civil Litigation  • Wills and Probate  • Public Law  • Family Law
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    Expert legal advice could save you money

    We run several free drop-in advice sessions each month, answering questions on immigration, visas and asylum.

    Sometimes we are able to offer guidance on the day and don’t need to see people again. For other cases, more help is needed and we can discuss fees with potential clients.

    We know that cost can be an issue but using a solicitor and getting your application right could save you money in the long run.

    We’ve noticed a a regular theme in recent drop in sessions of clients complaining of being refused Indefinite Leave to Remain following the completion of six years Discretionary Leave to Remain. This is because you are required to complete 6 years continuous discretionary leave to remain. If during a previous extension your application was rejected for missing passport sized photos or the payment was not received then that may be used by the Home Office to justify refusing you Indefinite Leave to Remain and just give you a further extension.

    It is important you seek expert legal advice on this as you may end up paying a Home Office fee for Indefinite Leave to Remain, which currently is £1875 but only get a further extension. If this happens you will need to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge, which if you get another 3 years will be an additional £600 in addition to the Home Office fee of £1875. The Home Office will not refund any Home Office fees.

    It will work out better if you consult a solicitor before you make such an application as it can work out very costly.

    If you need advice please come along to one of our free drop-in sessions and we can discuss the best way to progress your application. If you can’t make one of the sessions please call or email us.