At G.S Legal Services we provide the following services:
Asylum and Protection:
notifying UKVI of a change of address
applications to vary the conditions attached to leave granted, including conditions attached to bail granted by the Secretary of State, for example the right to work or study, restrictions on residence or reporting requirements
travel document applications for someone granted Humanitarian Protection/Discretionary Leave to Remain.
Applications for entry clearance, Leave to Enter or Leave to Remain;
Applications that are within the Immigration Rules in the following categories:
other dependent relatives
Points Based System
diplomats, their family members and domestic staff
We can also help with FLR (FP) applications based on Family Life as a parent under the five year route and may also deal with ILR applications made under the 10 year lawful residence route.
Can also deal with out-of-time applications made within 14 days of the client’s leave having expired, where there is good reason for the delay that was beyond the adviser’s or their client’s control.
Nationality and Citizenship under UK law:
registration of a child as a British Citizen
naturalisation as a British Citizen
confirmation of British Nationality status.
Applications for the following:
residence permit for an EU/EEA national
family permit for a non-EU/EEA family member
entry clearance and residence documents for non-EU/EEA family member, including an extended family member but only where they clearly meet the definition as such
Accession State casework.
Lodging and dealing with an application for Administrative Review for any Level 1 type application with the exception of applications refused on the basis of credibility or a fundamental issue of genuineness of documents, or relationships.
Varying conditions of leave:
Applications to vary the conditions attached to leave granted. For example, an application to remove the condition related to 'No Recourse to Public Funds'. As a Level 1 adviser we may also apply to vary the conditions already set for clients on bail granted by the Secretary of State, for example the right to work or study, restrictions on residence, or reporting requirements.