We provide both corporate and individual clients up-to-the-minute and comprehensive advice for all manner of employment, immigration and visa applications.

We provide this exceptional service to the highest standards of customer care and professional integrity. Assigning a Senior Consultant to each case, we provide both corporate and individual clients up-to-the-minute and comprehensive advice for all manner of employment, immigration and visa applications.

Our specialist consultancy team uses their wide experience and knowledge of UK regulations to resolve the most complex cases. We offer clear impartial advice, and all matters are handled with the utmost sensitivity and confidentiality.

Our experienced team of OISC registered staff holds extensive experience in all commercial and private immigration matters including Skilled Workers, Senior or Specialist Worker visas (Global Business Mobility), short-term work visas, Nationality and Settlement.

Our commitment to our clients involves in-depth expertise and absolute discretion, effective and responsive advice from experienced immigration consultants with flexible services tailored to the individual consistent with our exceptional track record of success.

We represent multi-national companies, SMEs and start-ups across a wide range of industry sectors and have assisted many professionals worldwide secure approvals and visas Clients include blue chip corporations, together with leading players in the finance, construction, IT, industrial, leisure and professional services sector. We also act for high net worth individuals and those with complex cases.

We operate a competitive fee rate which covers all consultancy and processing services. For full details of the documentary requirements and a breakdown of the entire application process specific to your case.

H&P Associates Limited is registered to Level 2 with the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner for the provision of immigration advice and assistance.

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Immigration Update May 2022

We are aware that the Home Office’s Sponsor, Assurance and Investigations Team have contacted some sponsor licence holders by email to warn of inactivity on their Sponsorship Management System.

Contact H&P Associates Limited on 0207 654 3797 by email: info@hpassociates.uk.com or via your normal point of contact to discuss these issues, arrange a meeting, a training session or to obtain further details.

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European Union Nationals

EU applications for UK Citizenship up 80% since Brexit.

Nearly 30,000 EU nationals applied to become British citizens in the 12 months after last summer's Brexit vote - almost double the number of the previous year. Home Office statistics show 28,502 such applications between July 2016 and June 2017, up 80% from 15,871 in 2015-2016.

Secure your immigration status now and avoid any unforeseen changes in UK law. If you require any EU Law advice including EEA Family Permits, EEA Residence Cards, EEA Retained Right of Residence or Permanent Residence please contact us for a consultation on 0207 654 3797 or email info@hpassociates.uk.com.

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