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Immigration Law Specialists

Master Legal Services LTD is an immigration firm offering professional advice in all fields of UK immigration. We have a proven track record of successful UK visa applications. Our dedicated team have helped applicants in the UK and abroad to obtain their visas by providing competent advice and immigration services. We offer competitive rates. We are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC).


Free Assessment


Full Document Check


Same Day Visa Service


Competitive Rates

Our Services

Work and Business visas

  • Tier 1 Investor visa

  • Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa

  • Tier 2 (General) visa

  • Business visa

EU and EEA Matters

  • UK Permanent Residence Card

  • EEA Family Permit

  • UK Registration Certificate

  • UK Residence Card

Family visa applications for

  • Spouses

  • Fiancés

  • Civil partners

  • Unmarried partners

  • Children

  • Dependent relatives

Settlement / British Citizenship

  • Indefinite Leave to Remain

  • UK Naturalisation

  • Long Residence

Student Visas


  • Standard visitor

  • Marriage visitor

  • Business visitor

  • Permitted paid engagement visa

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Here are some of the benefits of getting a UK Permanent Residence Card:

It will prove you have a right to live in the UK permanently;

You will no longer have any immigration restrictions;

You will be able to leave and return to the UK as many times as you want;

You will be able to engage in any type of employment or business activities;

You will not be able to apply for British Citizenship until you have obtained Permanent Residence.

Free assessment

Free Eligibility Assessment

our blog & news

English language requirement for ‘Families of Settled Person’ visa

A new English language requirement at level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is being introduced for non-EEA partners and parents.

Changes to the Immigration rules

On the 3 November 2016, the government announced changes to the Immigration Rules which will affect applications made on or after 24 November 2016 unless stated otherwise.

How to make a Permanent Residence Application

What is permanent residence?

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