Ukraine is on the UK visa national list and as a result, nationals of Ukraine must have a visa before they enter the UK
Thorntons Immigration Law is here to help if you are applying for a visa or looking to obtain UK citizenship. Navigating through the UK Visas and Immigration application process can be a daunting experience, and our friendly specialist team is on hand with advice and support throughout the application process, robustly representing your interests and working to achieve the best outcome and opportunities for you.
Call us on 03330 430350 for advice and help on immigration issues, and visa requirements and application, or complete our online enquiry form and we will contact you.
At Thorntons, we recognise that the UK visa application process is often a stressful time, particularly as the UK Immigration Law is a fast-paced, constantly changing area of law. We make sure that clients understand each step of the application process, keeping them informed and up to date throughout, and always with fee transparency. Our team of specialist lawyers are on hand for each situation, working with you to find solutions and resolve issues quickly and effectively.
If your application has been refused by the Home Office or the Entry Clearance Officer, you will need to understand the options available to you to challenge the refusal. We can get to the heart of the matter quickly, advise you of your appeal rights and if you need to take your case to tribunal, represent you.
We are also here to advise you on how to plan and navigate your immigration journey, from initial entry requirements through to potential eligibility to apply for settlement in the UK. Whatever your immigration law needs, our experienced immigration lawyers can assess your situation and give you the best advice for your circumstances.
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