We are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) to provide immigration advice at level 2. Our OISC approval number is N201200043. We are able to offer advice and help with the following:
Entry Clearance – as a partner or family member
Leave to Remain
As a partner/family member
Human Rights applications outside the rules
Temporary Leave to Remain under the Domestic Violence Concession rules
Indefinite Leave to Remain
Applications on all Routes, including settlement as a victim of domestic violence.
No Time Limit Applications
BRP Applications and Renewals
Change of Conditions Applications (lifting of NRPF restriction)
British Passport Applications
Advice to EEA Nationals (including applications on EU Settlement Scheme)
Family Permit applications (for family members to enter UK)
Settlement applications (on basis of 5 years residence)
Surinder Singh Residence
Extended Family Member Residence
The EU Settlement Scheme
If you are an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, you and your family members (including non-EU citizens) need to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme. Even if you have lived in the UK for many years, or you have a UK permanent residence document, you still need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. A successful application under the EU Settlement Scheme allows you and your family members to continue to live, work and study in the UK beyond 30 June 2021, provided you were resident in the UK on or before 31 December 2020.
EU Settlement Scheme status will be granted as either settled or pre-settled status depending on the duration of your residence in the UK. This status means you can continue to be eligible for public services, public funds and pensions, and British Citizenship (if you meet the requirements and wish to apply).
NCLS is funded by the Home Office to provide help with applications and are qualified to assist with queries relating to the EU Settlement Scheme or the application process. Please feel free to get in touch with our immigration team: email@example.com or 01603 851247.
We can provide advice on welfare benefits refusals where the issue involves eligibility on the grounds of right to reside, habitual residence and past and presence.
We can help from the stage of being refused a benefit and can submit a reconsideration request. We can then go on to appeal if necessary and will represent them at a tribunal hearing.
Authorised by the Office of the Immigration Commissioner (OISC) to provide immigration advice and services Ref. No. N201200043.