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When can I apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain? Can I get a Home Office Travel Document? When do I qualify to apply for British Citizenship?

What we do

We offer advice, information and casework on immigration matters and are regulated by The Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) to Level 1. Immigration law and procedure is very complex , confusing and making mistakes can be costly; so it is always worth getting advice before taking any action. We can advise on issues such as: Naturalisation Applications (British Citizenship), Visit Visa Applications, Settlement Applications, EEA Applications, Travel Document Applications, Replacement Biometric Resident Permit Applications, British Passport Applications, Spouse/Unmarried Partner Visa. Our service includes casework but we may need to refer more complex cases to specialist providers.

What we don’t do

We don’t offer an advice and casework service on immigration issues which require regulation at OISC Level 2 or 3 and will be unable to deal with issues such as: asylum claims. If you need advice on such issues, try one of the services listed at ACFA: The Advice Network

Help to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme

If you are an EU citizen, you and your family members (including non-EU citizens) need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue to live, work and study in the UK.

Even if you have lived in the UK for many years or you have a permanent residence document, you still need to apply. If you have indefinite leave to remain in the UK there may still be advantages in making an application.

We can help you and/or your family to make an EUSS application

Most people needed to apply before 30th June 2021, but don’t worry if you haven’t because we may still be able to help you.

Simply click here to provide some basic details.

Once we have received your details we will be in touch to arrange an appointment so that we can help you and those in your household with an application to the EU Settlement Scheme.

Other EUSS related problems

We can help you to:

  • prove your pre-settled or settled status
  • prove that you have made an application
  • upload further information to your application
  • deal with problems about your ID
  • deal with delays or contact the Home Office
  • deal with EUSS related correspondence from the Home Office

How to get help

> Click here to find out how you can access our services

> Click here for a list of self help resources

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