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Paul Richmond
Paul Richmond, Barrister
Category: UK Immigration Law
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Experience:  LL.B (Hons) (First Class), LL.M (Distinction), Immigration Barrister (12 years)
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hi my mom has applied for a family visa to visit me in the

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hi my mom has applied for a family visa to visit me in the UK as I'm pregnant (1st baby) due in August and I need her to come over and help me. However, she was refused because we didn't supply original documents for my sponsorship(payslips, banks statements, etc..) and she didn't provide proof of income. We have the right to appeal but I need help filling the application form.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: UK Immigration Law
Expert:  Paul Richmond replied 7 years ago.

There are many specialist immigration lawyers in the United Kingdom who can help you complete the appeal form, prepare the evidence that you will need to submit at the appeal hearing and also represent your mother at her appeal hearing. You can choose one of 3 types of immigration lawyers: (i) a solicitor; (ii) an OISC approved legal representative; or (iii) a specialist immigration barrister. The fees charged by legal representatives and the quality of legal representation varies so you should shop around. For example, (i) and (ii) will often charge you to prepare the appeal and then charge you again for a barrister to represent you at court, so it may be worth considering instructing (iii) to do all the work in the first place - then you will only pay one legal fee. Immigration barristers are also often able to offer lower fees because they are self-employed and have lower overheads.

 

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