Burney Legal is a highly distinctive and independent law firm regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (Law Society of England & Wales) and specialising in all aspects of UK Immigration.
With our specialist team of UK immigration lawyers, we provide legal advice and representation to individuals, private and public companies, international business executives and investors on all aspects of their UK immigration cases.
The Firm also assists high net worth individuals obtain entry clearance into the UK to invest money in existing or new businesses.
As a specialist law firm situated in London, our experienced UK immigration lawyers have great expertise in a number of areas including the Points Based System, Sponsorship Management System and applications for leave to remain outside of the Immigration Rules.
Founded by Mr. Ansar Burney, an internationally renowned human rights lawyer, Burney Legal has extensive experience and resources for assisting clients with Asylum and Human Rights applications (in particular Article 3 – protection against inhumane and degrading treatment; and Article 8 – the right to private and family life). Our field of expertise also covers European Union legislation.
Our team is well experienced and equipped to offer our clients a comprehensive service covering the full range of applications to enter or remain in the UK; along with comprehensive experience of representing clients at the First-tier and Upper Tribunals; and Judicial Reviews.
At Burney Legal we have a dedicated team of experienced UK immigration lawyers who can assist you with any UK immigration matter, including:
Points Based System:
- Tier 1 – Highly Skilled Migrants
- Tier 2 – Skilled Migrants
- Tier 4 – Students
- Tier 5 – Temporary Workers
- PBS Dependants
Dependant Settlement Visas:
- Unmarried Partner
- Fiance / Fiancee Visa
- Elderly (& other) Dependants
- General Visits
- Family Visits
- Business Visits
- Visits for Medical Treatment
Other Immigration Categories:
- EEA (and dependant) Applications
- Asylum and Humanitarian Protection
- Discretionary Leave and Long Residence
- Indefinite Leave to Remain
- Tribunal Appeals
- Bail and Temporary Admission
- Judicial Reviews
- European Court of Human Rights