UK and EU Law
A visa-national needs to make an application for ‘leave’ (permission) to enter before they are allowed to travel to the UK. As an EEA national you have a right of residence in the UK if you are a qualified person.
A person with a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion” should be recognised under the 1951 Refugee Convention.
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We offer advice and services to elite sportspeople and coaches whose employment in the UK will generate a significant contribution to the development of their sport in the at the highest level..
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Mr Frantz Iwu was knowledgable , able to explain the facts in an uncomplicated manner , made me feel like a valued client and even though the consultation period was originally booked for 1 hour only , he allowed the period to go on until all my questions were answered
The legal adviser that dealt with us had a wide range of knowledge about immigration. He took his time to explain to us what type of visa I need to apply and also helped us to fill out our forms. He was not in a hurry to see another client like most lawyers do but he gave his time to ensure that all the home office requirements were explained to us. I went home happy and confident after my visit.
They are very professional and friendly. They have given a lot of information regarding my queries which are very helpful.
Frantz was first rate, as is the service, which includes a subsequent email of the considered legal advice.
Mr. Frantz is very accommodating and professional.
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Frantz is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executive (CILEx). He is authorised to undertake Immigration and Asylum work in accordance with the Legal Services Act 2007.
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