Mr RE applied for an extension to his Tier 4 Student Visa. After the application was refused and facing the prospect of failing to qualify as an accountant he instructed us to prepare and represent him in his appeal.
LUPINS Solicitors took my case even though I new my case was hopeless,they gave me confidence in a time of my life when I have no where else to turn to. Took a case that know other law firm will touch and got the home office to listen. Not only did they get them to listen we got result based on compassionate grounds and today I consider Lupin Solicitors as an extended family because they treated me like one when I was in need.
When Mr Murati first came to see us he was in a desperate situation requiring a new kidney. His application for a residence card had been refused after his wife had temporarily stopped working so there was a risk he would not be on the NHS donor list.
Ms H instructed us to prepare her Entrepreneur Visa so that she could invest £200,000 in a fashion business to be established in the UK. With refusal rates on these applications standing at over 70% we were delighted to secure a successful outcome.
Mr R’s parents after regularly visiting their sons over the years applied to live in the UK permanently.
Mr Shah originally approached us with the goal of ultimately settling in the UK with his wife and children.
Ms T’s marriage to an EEA national had broken down and she was at risk of losing her Job and potentially her career in the Finance Industry.
Mr M, a Syrian national initially instructed us to assist with his Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa.
On the 23rd March the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom handed down a long anticipated decision questioning the legality of government secret policies on Detention.
“My life was really difficult to cope with from 2011. My solicitor made an immigration application to the Home Office in 2011 but they did not reply for years.”
Mr Hedayat came to Lupins Immigration Solicitors in London with a very complicated asylum matter which he had been struggling with for a long time.
Mr Mukasa made various applications and extensions of his visa to remain in the United Kingdom.
We were approached by this client as he had overstayed his student visa for almost 2 years. He had in fact married in the time he was in the United Kingdom
Ms Payvandeh-Zadeh approached Lupins as she wanted to be issued with her travel document after having undergone a rigorous battle with her immigration history.
Chris Nsubuga’s 5 years leave as a refugee in the United Kingdom was expiring 1 month before he approached Lupins Immigration
Mr Bhuyan approached Lupins as the college he was enrolled with was suspended and he was issued with a curtailment letter requesting that he leaves the country.
Mr E came to the UK as a baby on his mother’s passport. Subsequently she acquired British Citizenship, as did Mr E’s younger siblings.
Two years ago we assisted Mr and Mrs M with their marriage visa application. When Mr A recently became eligible to apply for settlement (indefinite leave to remain) we were instructed and prepared the application with a successful outcome.
Mrs N is a Ugandan national. She arrived in the UK in 2009, however she did not apply for asylum until after her brother was killed abroad in 2010. During this time her application to extend her student visa was being considered by the Home Office.
We recently represented an Appellant at the First Tier Tribunal and successfully argued that the home office decision to refuse his asylum claim was not in accordance with the law as it was made on the basis of a substantive asylum interview conducted under the Detained Fast Track Process. We replied on Detention Action v SSHD  EWHC 2245.
Mr M is a Bangladeshi national who arrived in the UK on 6 February 2010 in order to study in this country. During the course of his studies he decided to submit his own application for an Entrepreneur Visa as he wanted to start his own business in the UK. Unfortunately, this application was refused and his appeal dismissed.
The Client was represented by LUPINS for his asylum and human rights application whilst in Immigration detention at Harmondsworth Immigration removal Centre.The Client was represented by LUPINS for his asylum and human rights application whilst in Immigration detention at Harmondsworth Immigration removal Centre.
LUPINS assisted a Sri Lankan national holder of limited leave to remain, which was due to expire within a month.
I am very happy with the services I received at LUPINS. They have always helped me since I first arrived in the UK.
Mr O instructed us to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain on the basis of spouse of a British Citizen and had concerns regarding a ‘caution’.
The Client approached our firm for assistance when his parents in Iraq, were refused their visitor visa.
Ms B was facing deportation. Her asylum and human rights claim was refused and certified with no right of appeal. We challenged this decision by Judicial Review and then appealed the decision to deport.
We recently represented an Appellant at the First Tier Tribunal and successfully argued that the home office decision to refuse his asylum claim was not in accordance with the law as it was made on the basis of a substantive asylum interview conducted under the Detained Fast Track Process.
We will ensure that you have the correct documentation that proves you fulfil all the requirements of the immigration rules.
Put simply, our immigration solicitors will hold your hands throughout the process,
liaising with all relevant government bodies, including UK Visas and Immigration,
British Consulate, overseas agents and where necessary the courts.