Immigration law is yet another area that Morgan Has Solicitors provide specialist advice in. Whether you want to enter the UK to work, to set up your own business, to seek political asylum, to take a university course or to settle with a partner, you will receive only the best advice from Morgan Has Solicitors.


We can advise you on all aspects concerning Immigration Law:

  • EC Association Agreement Applications (Ankara Agreements)
  • Marriage Cases
  • Family reunions where family members are coming to the UK
  • Work permits/highly skilled migrants
  • Business Immigration
  • Foreign students
  • EU cases where one party is a non EU/UK national working or studying in the UK
  • Other circumstances involving entering the UK temporarily or permanently


We can advise you on all aspects concerning Asylum Law:

  • Deportation Matters
  • Appeal Applications
  • Judicial Review Claims
  • Human Rights Claims
  • Documentation review and document stamping


Over and above our Immigration expertise we also provide specialist advice on a range of Ancillary issues, including:

  • Naturalisation /British Citizenship applications
  • Registration of Minors
  • Registration of British Overseas Citizens as full British Citizens
  • Right of abode in the UK
  • English Language / Life in the UK Certificates


Recent Legal Developments

Strasbourg upholds right of British courts to impose whole-life terms

Whole-life tariffs are compatible with the European Convention on Human Rights and do not amount to ‘inhuman or degrading treatment’, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The case was taken to Europe in 2008 by Arthur

Forced marriage now a crime

Forcing someone to marry against their will is now a criminal offence. New legislation introduced on 16 June 2014 by the government is designed to help people in England and Wales. It also applies to UK nationals overseas

Supreme Court dismisses ‘right to die’ appeal

The Supreme Court dismissed the right to die appeal brought by the wife of the late Tony Nicklinson and campaigner Paul Lamb in a landmark judgment today. The appellants claimed the prohibition on assisted suicide in section 2(1)

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