ICS Legal provides Fast Track premium services on the majority of In-country applications. The priorty service allows the Home Office to make a decision on your immigration application within 24 hours, however some applications may take longer to complete. Our 24 hour service delivery is to ensure that we provide an exceptional service to our clients and ensure that we achieve your leave to remain in the UK.
Our legal experts take the time to check that there are no issues on your application and we work with you in delivering solutions that meet your individual needs. Our 24 hour service management team and our UK Immigration Lawyers are experienced, capable professionals who make your journey through the solution delivery lifecycle of our premium service, from initial instructions to ensuring the application to meet the strict immigration law, to working with the Home Office caseworkers to complete your application.
Your application will be submitted, considered and the UK immigration visa being granted within 24 hours. Do note this is for in-country applications.
You do not have to wait for a long period to receive a decision on your application from the Home Office.
Priority day service will be handled by a qualified UK Immigration Lawyer.
Your forthcoming travel or holiday plan will not be affected.
A decision is usually served by the Home Office within 24 hours. Please do not schedule any travels until you have received a visa decision.
There are basically two categories of applications that would be accepted on priority day service by the Home Office. It would include both the points based system applications and the non-points based system applications.
Applications for indefinite leave to remain or ILR from the following categories:
Applications for an extension of stay in the UK in the following categories:
Spouse visa application - initial applications and extension applications.
Point based applications.
Overseas qualified nurse/ midwife.
Private servant in a diplomatic household.
Dependants of exempt HM Forces.
Applications for indefinite leave to remain in the UK as the partner of a person present and settled in the UK:
Spouse / Civil Partner of a person present and settled in the UK.
Unmarried / same-sex partner of a person present and settled in the UK.
Transferring your conditions of stay or switching your Indefinite leave to remain, to the biometric residence card.
Do I need to attend the Home Office to submit the application?
Yes, you do need to attend the Home Office to submit the application as you (where applicable) and the dependents would need to submit biometrics at the Home Office or a Allocated Centre.
Will I get my visa in 24 hours?
Yes the decision would be made within 24 hours.
Will I get my biometric residence permit on the same day?
No. Your biometric residence permit and your dependants will be forwarded by post to our office within 10 working days by the Home Office.
What if you do not receive the biometric residence permit after 10 working days?
Our Immigration Lawyers will chase it up with the Home Office on your behalf.
Can I travel abroad?
You should not travel until you get your biometric residence permit.
Getting ICS Legal to help with the super priority visa
Please email us if you meet the above-listed requirements with all the necessary information and/or if you have any other queries which have not been answered by the "frequently asked questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have taken up our priority service, please read the section to understand the process and how we will be managing your appointment. If you are looking to take up our service, please contact our team on 0207 237 3388 or e-mail us on email@example.com.
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