09/04/2020 | Immigration News | Aejaz Mussa
We at OneLaw Chambers understand the incredibly cumbersome and dire circumstances that people find themselves in as a result of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. Our Solicitors and Barristers are at hand to help you with any immigration, employment, probate and general civil litigation matters. We can work together to help you get through this very difficult time.
Coronavirus Free Legal Advice
Our Solicitors and Barristers have agreed to provide free initial legal advice to all persons during this COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic in respect of all immigration, employment, Probate and general civil litigation matters.
Immigration Law Advice
The Home Secretary has announced that if your visa is coming to expire and you have plans to stay in the UK permanently or on a long-term basis and would satisfy the Immigration Rules except that the Immigration Visa application would have to be made out of the UK, the Home Office will agree to extend your visa and accept any Immigration Visa applications made before 31 May 2020 to be accepted in the UK exceptionally as if you had made the application outside of the UK. Please see our full article on this at: https://onelawchambers.com/news-details/67/onelaw-chambers-immigration-news-home-office-relaxes-immigration-rules-during-th
Please feel free to contact our Solicitors and Barristers who are available free of charge to advise you as to what you need to do to extend your visa.
Employment Law Advice
The Chancellor has put a generous support package in place to help employees, employers and businesses in the UK to get through the Coronavirus pandemic. To avoid employees losing their jobs, employees can be furloughed by their employers and the UK Government will pay 80% of the employees’ wages up to a maximum of £2500.00 per month. Likewise, employers and businesses can take advantage of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the Coronavirus Business Interruption Scheme to ease their cashflow which would have suffered exponentially during this difficult period.
Unfortunately, accessing the benefits announced by the Chancellor has not been easy and straightforward and measures have not been put in place by the UK Government for everyone to easily access these benefits. Most employers and employees are unaware of their employment law rights and what they can and cannot do in these circumstances to avoid the matter resorting to the Employment Tribunal.
Please feel free to contact our Solicitors and Barristers who are available free of charge to advise you about your employment law rights as an employer or an employee.
Probate Law Advice
During these very tragic times when people are at risk of losing their lives due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, it is unfortunate but a necessary step to deal with the Estate of the Deceased and apply for probate in order to deal with the Estate of the Deceased. This can be an incredibly emotional and heartfelt process and you may not have the courage to go through the probate process to ensure that the probate is applied for properly or know what needs to be done to apply for probate and manage the Estate of the Deceased.
Please feel free to contact our Solicitors and Barristers who are available free of charge to advise you about the probate application process.
Court Representation at Telephone Court Hearing
If you have a Court Hearing that has not been postponed or adjourned due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic and the Court has instead informed you that the hearing will proceed as a Telephone Court Hearing; our Solicitors and Barristers can help in providing you with representation at your Telephone Court Hearing for a reasonable and affordable fixed fee.
Please feel free to contact our Solicitors and Barristers who are available to represent you at your Telephone Court Hearing for a reasonable and affordable fixed fee.
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