“Blake Morgan's expert guidance in the preparation of my husband's UK visa application was invaluable, and worth every penny of their fee. They handled the application from beginning to finish, taking a huge pressure off our shoulders.”
We are highly regarded within the industry for our expertise in immigration law for both businesses and individuals, providing the best possible advice and representation to individuals who are looking to live, work or study in the UK.
The immigration areas in which our lawyers are recognised as having particular expertise include:
Our team has extensive experience in assisting local, regional and international organisations in key sectors such as retail, sport, health, education, finance and general business.
Our corporate clients range from multi-nationals to small independent operations, and personal clients range from investors and entrepreneurs to students and family members.
We also provide a first class service to overseas businesses looking to do trade in the UK, either by setting up or expanding their UK operation.
Examples of companies we advise and act for include:
|Admiral Group PLC||Cardiff University||Saracens Rugby Club|
|Pioneer GB||SRK Consulting UK||Harlequins Rugby Club|
|MacIntyre Care||R&D Systems Europe Ltd||Swansea FC|
|Qumu UK||NTT Group||Bath Rugby Club|
|Genji Sushi||London Welsh Rugby||Leeds Rhinos|
Examples of how our specialist immigration lawyers have helped successfully companies and private individuals include:
The Immigration team has particular expertise with inward investment to ensure that businesses and individuals looking to set-up or invest in the UK have comprehensive advice to cover all relevant legal areas.
“They have been fantastic and provide us with a personal service.”
The Government has announced a number of changes recently relating to sponsoring migrant workers from outside the EU as well as updating its guidance on right to work checks.
In the Queen's Speech yesterday, many of the Conservative Manifesto pledges relating to Employment law have been dropped, and even those that remain are mentioned in extremely vague terms.
The courts have decided to uphold income rules for foreign spouses wishing to join their partners in the UK. Our Senior Associate Lisa Parsons comments on the ruling.
The Modern Slavery Act has come under a lot of criticism from campaign groups, NGOs and human rights lawyers. Mostly rightly so.
Yesterday I chaired the first of a series of Blake Morgan hosted seminars dealing with the upcoming requirement in the Modern Slavery Act.
It is not often I would be excited by an Act or a new law. It is part and parcel of a lawyer's job to keep up with changes in the law and such changes are, in the main, incremental.
On 26 June 2017, the Government published its proposals outlining how it intends to protect the rights of EU Nationals living in the UK.
Since the EU referendum Blake Morgan has heard from a number of clients who are concerned about their status in the UK.
As the shockwaves from the EU referendum result continue to be felt and the political landscape undergoes seismic change, we look at what employers need to know.