At Healys Solicitors our specialist Immigration Lawyers, based in London and Brighton, have years of experience in dealing with all types of visa applications.
Our bi-lingual specialist immigration solicitors are experts in the field and offer a comprehensive legal advice as a standard. The Team has experience of dealing with clients from all over the world and will ensure any application meets the legal requirements for entry into the United Kingdom. We offer a Free discussion to review your case over the phone and if you decide to choose us we offer a Fixed Price service so you won’t get any nasty surprises from us. You can see how we have helped our clients by visiting the case studies section.
We offer a specialist business immigration service for those corporate clients who wish to recruit non EU nationals to work in the UK; transfer existing employees to a UK subsidiary; start a business or invest in an established UK business. Our specialist services include:
Healys Solicitors specialises in all areas of UK Immigration and Nationality Law. Our services extend from lodging an initial application with the relevant immigration authorities through to appeal, where necessary, making ours, a comprehensive “one-stop” service for our clients. Our services include:
We take pride in the partnerships we forge with our clients and our ability to anticipate our clients’ needs allows us to offer them commercial solutions to legal problems.
Many of the Team’s clients come from organisations from all over the world that are spread across many industries including media, technology, financial services, sport, hospitality and retail. We also have relationships with some of the UK’s largest law firms, supporting them with their employees and their clients.
As well as the full range of immigration services, when you use Healys Solicitors we can offer individuals and businesses:
Healys Solicitors’ Immigration Team are a part of a wider International Team which operates International Desks covering India & Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and the MENA region, Brazil and Portugal, Nigeria, Italy and Malta and Cyprus and Greece.
We are also registered with the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association. For more information on our services or to have a free discussion on your case, contact us today.
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7th December 2017
There has been a great deal of uncertainty and animosity between the UK and the EU, since the UK declared its intention to leave the EU following the referendum in March 2017. Because of this neither, side is willing to commit to firm promises of what the new relationship between the UK and EU will look like post Brexit. What I can describe (in my view) is the likely regimes of either a withdrawal agreement reached or one where there is no agreement. Continue reading »
27th September 2017
When I have been faced with the prospect of a case not going our way, I have advised clients that they should consider withdrawing an appeal and reapplying rather than having a negative decision that could be adverse to the client in future applications. This is even more so where the court casts doubts about the credibility of the appellant, documentary evidence or witnesses that support the appellant’s case. Continue reading »
13th September 2017
The rules of financial requirements of sponsors has recently been changed by the Home Office. This was as a result of the Supreme Court’s judgement in MM (Lebanon) & Others which was given on 22 February 2017. This decision challenged the Minimum Income Requirements under Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules on the grounds that they breached Article 8 of the ECHR. Continue reading »
25th August 2017
The UK has again bounced back as confidence rises in investment with an increase in the number of Tier 1 Investor Visa applications for the UK which totalled 85 for the first quarter of 2017. The turnaround started in the last quarter of 2016 and is continuing into this year. Continue reading »
13th November 2017
With the Christmas holidays fast approaching, it is important to be aware of your rights in relation to taking your children abroad. Continue reading »
10th November 2017
In 2016 the Employment Tribunal decided that Uber drivers were entitled to workers’ rights, such as holiday pay, paid rest breaks and the minimum wage.
Uber appealed to the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), arguing its drivers were self-employed and under no obligation to use its booking app. Continue reading »
The government today has published a new document which sets the rights of EU Citizens post Brexit. It appears to be aimed at smoothing the path to open talks on trade with the EU Brexit negotiating team rather than reassuring EU citizens in the UK. Continue reading »
7th November 2017
After another great year, Healys LLP, a leading law firm, with offices in London and Brighton held an informal Autumn drinks reception to thank many of their long standing clients and supporters. Continue reading »
3rd November 2017
Healys is proud to announce that, for the second year running, the legal directory Chambers & Partners has ranked Head of Professional Negligence, Robert Johnson, as a “Leader in the Field”. Continue reading »