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UK Immigration & Human Rights Solicitors in London

Welcome to Sunrise Solicitors, the leading immigration and human rights law specialists in the UK

With offices based in South Wimbledon (London), we provide a fast, friendly, reliable, affordable and professional immigration service. As specialist immigration and human rights lawyers, we provide legal advice concerning all UK immigration and human rights matters as well as emergency immigration service concerning removals.

We offer professional service with very reasonable fees and flexible payment terms for all of our clients. If you cannot afford to pay our fee in full at the time of your instructions, we are happy to accept half of the agreed fee at the time of initial instructions with the balance to be paid via monthly installments.

Please be advised that Sunrise Solicitors like all other solicitors in England and Wales, are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and are exempt from the regulation by the OISC. Only those who are non-solicitors e.g. consultants or advisors are regulated by the OISC. As it is well known, solicitors are legally qualified to provide legal help in relation to any legal matter including immigration and human rights matters.

Sunrise Solicitors are specialised to provide legal help in all types of immigration and human rights matters at all stages of an immigration case including any application to the Home Office, an appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber), an application to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) for permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) and similar application directly to the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber), an appeal to the Court of Appeal Civil Division, Judicial Review in High Court, application to the Supreme Court of England and Wales on point of law, and application to The European Court of Human Rights.

 

Languages Our Solicitors Can Speak

Our immigration and human rights solicitors can communicate with you in one of the following languages to discuss your matter with you:

 

ENGLISH | URDU | HINDI | PUNJABI | GUJARATI | SINDHI | MEMON | GERMAN | GREEK | KISWAHILI
 

 

Free Immigration Advice

Our immigration and human rights solicitors can provide free general immigration advice via telephone, email or Live Online Chat. The free immigration advice will not cover detailed advice about complex immigration issues and advice about complex immigration issues can only be given through a detailed consultation session arranged by an appointment. The general information about various categories of UK visas can be obtained by visiting Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)  or Useful Immigration Links

Please be advised that free immigration advice via telephone/Live Online Chat is subject to the availability of our immigration and human rights solicitors and is limited to a 5 minutes session.

Also, please note that we do not advise about the relevant documents to be submitted in support of a case through the free immigration advice we give. If you wish to seek advice about the relevant documents to be submitted in support of your case, you should arrange an appointment for face to face consultation and we will advise you about the relevant documents after discussing your matter in detail and after considering all the relevant information about your immigration and human rights case. Advising about the relevant documents without giving due consideration to the circumstances of a case is not considered to be safe at all and that is the reason we do not give such advice over the phone, via email or through our Live Online Chat.

 

Face to Face Immigration Consultation/Advice

The detailed immigration advice/a full consultation concerning your immigration and human rights matter can be arranged for just £70.00 (inclusive of VAT). The detailed advice can either be provided through face to face consultation in our office or over the phone. In case of detailed immigration advice over the phone, the consultation fee can be paid by debit or credit card over the phone.
 

To find out whether there are good prospects of success in an application under the immigration or human rights laws, immigration appeal or Judicial Review against a refusal of an application, please arrange an appointment for an immigration consultation to discuss your immigration matter face-to-face with our immigration and human rights lawyers, who will advise you on the chances of success in your immigration and human rights case.

Our immigration and human rights solicitors will agree with you, upfront, the total fee required to handle your case during the consultation session and if you decide to instruct us, your consultation fee will be discounted from the fee quoted to handle your immigration and human rights matter.

An appointment for face to face consultation or detailed consultation over the phone can be arranged by calling us on  or by simply completing the Appointment Request Form on the right hand side of the page.
 

 

Assessment Of Case Documents

We can assess the supporting documents of an immigration case and advise you on the weaknesses and strengths of your case. If you are considering submitting an application to the Home Office or filing a notice of appeal to the First Tier Tribunal on your own without being represented by a legal representative, it is worth showing all your documents to an immigration expert who can advise you on your case documents. The immigration cases succeed and fail on the basis of documents most of the time and therefore it is very important to know whether or not the documents you are submitting in support of your application or appeal are enough for the application or the appeal to succeed.

We will charge a fee in the sum of £200 + VAT = £240.00 for one-off assessment of the case documents.

 

Same Day Visa Service

As expert immigration and human rights solicitors in London, we are registered with the Home Office, Public Enquiry Office (PEO), Lunar House, Croydon for a Same Day Visa Service (Home Office Premium Service) and our immigration solicitors can submit your application to the Home Office, PEO by hand and get an instant decision on your application. This way, you will not have to wait for the decision on your application for months (sometimes years).

We provide Same Day Service (Premium Service) in applications as mentioned below:

Applications For Same Day visa Consideration
Applications Our Fee (Ex.VAT)
Tier 1 PSW - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £800
 
Tier 1 General - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £900
 
Tier 2 General - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £800
 
Tier 2 Minister Of Religion - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £800
 
Tier 2 Sportsperson - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £1,000
 
Tier 4 General Student - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
Tier 4 Child Student - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
PBS Dependent Visa - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
ILR HSMP JR Policy Document - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
ILR Tier 1 General - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £800
 
ILR Tier 2 General - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
ILR Work Permit Holder - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
ILR Tier 2 Minister Of Religion - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
ILR Tier 2 Sportsperson - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
ILR Spouse [SET (M) Application] - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
ILR Unmarried Partner - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
ILR Civil Partner - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
ILR Domestic Worker - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
ILR UK Ancestry - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £600
 
Spouse Visa [FLR (M) Application] - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £700
 
Unmarried Partner Visa [FLR (M) Application] - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £700
 
Civil Partner Visa [FLR (M) Application] - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £700
 
TOC - Endorsement Application - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £500
 
NTL - Endorsement Appliction - Same Day Visa Service
 
From £500
 

 
Click Here To Read More About Home Office Premium Service.
 
 

 
 

Appeals & Judicial Reviews

Our immigration solicitors can assist you in relation to your immigration appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) or Judicial Review to High Court against the Home Office or Entry Clearance Officer's immigration decision if your application for leave to enter (entry clearance/visa) or leave to remain (application to the Home Office for extension of stay) has been refused. We can also provide legal help and assistance in challenging the dismissal of an appeal by an Immigration Judge at First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) or Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber).

 

Challenging Removal from the UK

Our Immigration Solicitors are specialised in providing legal representations to those whose removal from the UK is imminent. If you have been refused entry to the UK at a UK port of entry and your removal from the UK is imminent, we can represent you and can assist you with challenging your removal from the UK. Similarly, if you were living in the UK and have been detained by the UKBA and you have been served with Removal Directions, we can challenge your removal from the UK if it is considered that your removal from the UK is not in accordance with the UK immigration and human rights laws. We make representations to the Home Office, UKBA as to how their decision to remove you from the UK is not in accordance with the relevant immigration and human rights laws and why the removal directions should be cancelled. If these representaions are not accepted by the Home Office, UKBA and removal directions are not cancelled, we then consider seeking emergency injunction from the High Court Judge to challenge your removal if such removal is not in accordance with law. In cases of an imminent removal from the UK, please contact us on our emergency contact numbers: up

 

Confidentiality Policy

Sunrise Solicitors are duty-bound to keep their clients' matters completely confidential to comply with their legal obligations under the Data Protection Act and the Solicitors Code of Conduct. We keep all the information we obtain from our clients or potential clients completely confidential and  do not disclose to any third party without the consent of our clients.

 

Disclaimer

The information on our website is for the convenience of the site users only. We try to keep this information as up-to-date as possible and we do not accept liability for any loss caused by inaccuracy.



 
Direct all questions concerning the content of the web site to Thomas C. Brown at the above listed address