Whether you are looking to set up a business in the UK, or sending representatives of your overseas company to the UK, we have the experience and expertise to guide you through the process.
UK business immigration is governed by complex criteria set out by the Home Office. Understanding the options available and getting the detail right is vital for an application to be successful. Bishop & Sewell’s team of lawyers can provide legal advice and guidance to ensure the best chance of success.
We offer tailored business immigration services for:
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Our Business Immigration lawyers have the expertise and experience to guide you through this rapidly changing area of law. We have assisted numerous businesses and individuals throughout the United Kingdom and worldwide on business immigration, no matter how complicated their case, to obtain a positive result.
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For initial advice or to arrange a meeting with one of our team, please email email@example.com or contact 020 7631 4141 and ask to speak to the Business Immigration team.
Examples of the areas we are able to assist you with include:
Bishop & Sewell is delighted to learn that the firm has been recognised in the 2018 edition of Chambers & Partners, a leading independent guide to the legal profession, in the following areas: Ranked Departments Immigration (Band 2) Strengths: A client says: “My impression of the team is that they are great and meticulous with… Read more »
Bishop & Sewell is pleased to learn that the firm has been recognised for its expertise in this year’s Legal 500, an independent guide to the legal sector, in the following areas: London: Private client – Family – Tier 4 Bishop & Sewell LLP has ‘very experienced partners with proven expertise in both finance and children… Read more »
UK banks will be required to check the immigration status behind 70 million bank accounts From the 30 October 2017, banks and building societies will be obliged to carry out quarterly immigration checks on their consumers. This is the effect of Schedule 7 of the Immigration Act (2016), amending the Immigration Act (2014). The law,… Read more »