Our primary service is full representation of your application. This includes helping you to choose the most suitable visa, advising you with regard to exactly what documents will be required, assessing the suitability of the documents that are available and finding ways around any potential problems. We then prepare forms for your signature and present your application to the Home Office with a covering letter fully explaining your application and providing any clarifications that may be required.
For Clients based overseas we provide the same service as is provided for those in the Canada, except that the applicant outside the Canada which can be submitted by our offices worldwide, either directly to the nearest British Embassy or Visa Application Centre. The application is still prepared with the same care and attention to detail and a covering letter is supplied for you to include with your application.
It is relatively rare for our applications to be refused and this is a direct result of our experience and the care taken to ensure that Home Office caseworkers have no basis on which to refuse your application. Document Check Service
For applicants who wish to submit their own applications and do not wish to pay for full representation we offer a document checking service. This involves assessment of the documents that you have prepared in support of your application and full advice with regard to any potential problems that there may be, ways to get around such problems and advice relating to any additional documents that may be required or changes to the wording or format of documents. If you have a relatively simple application or feel confident of submitting your application then this might be the ideal way to have peace of mind by getting everything checked by a professional and experienced Consultant.
If you are interested in this service then simply choose the visa in which you are interested using our contact form and we will get back to you with more details. Appeals
Around 50% of applications made without representation will be refused, sometimes correctly, sometimes due to a mistake by the caseworker or sometimes simply as a result of an unfair decision being made. If you have been refused a Canadian Visa then contact us for advice about your options and assistance with the appeals process.