Danielle Cohen UK Immigration Solicitors is a niche firm of specialist immigration lawyers, situated in the heart of Camden Town. Danielle Cohen is an experienced immigration lawyer, and her firm has expertise in a number of areas of immigration law including all aspects of the new Points Based System which covers the new Tier 1 (General) system, which was previously known as HSMP, and how to get a UK Work Permit under the new Points Based Tier 2 System as well as Student applications.

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  City Camden Town
  Postcode NW1 0SF
  Address 14 Lawfords Wharf, Lyme Street
  Phone Number 020 7267 4133

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I have known Danielle for the past 15 years, throughout which time Danielle and her team have fought tirelessly to keep families together; and I speak from experience from all the great work she has done for mine, thank you!

Danielle and her team have fought to helped thousands of people to have a voice and a right to live in this world; on many of occasions, Danielle (the kind and caring human being she is) has done this voluntarily (for free).

Danielle and Team - We salute you and wish you the very BEST because you are the BEST

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Danielle Cohen is amazing person that make us believe that good people are still exists!!!
Strongly recommend to everyone who are seeking advice and help to get over with immigration and visa problems!

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Danielle and her team go out of their way to make you feel confident about the process. Very professional and dedicated.

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From Our Website

Danielle thinks that this report presents some difficulties to the future of the UK economy. If we close all lower skilled routes from the EU, then what will happen to all these positions? Will the employers be able to meet their hiring needs post Brexit? The only possible exemption which the MAC put forward is a seasonal agricultural work scheme. This is because they acknowledge that the gap cannot realistically be filled by domestic workers. However, a similar shortage problem exists in the care sector, since home care workers and support workers in nursing homes are on the low skilled list.


It is important to settle in the UK as this is the route to British citizenship. You need to be settled in the UK usually for one year before being able to apply for British nationality, unless you are married to a British national. Please contact us to check if you are eligible for settlement in the UK, so that you can live in the UK without any restrictions. You can now apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. European nationals are able to apply for a UK Permanent Residents document, but in principle they do not need to apply for it, unless they want to apply for British nationality.


Over the last few years immigration policy has not been based on evidence, but on political agenda. We appreciate the positive impact of migration on the economy and society, and are happy to advise professionals, employers, entrepreneurs and investors as to the routes that are open to them so that they can be economically active in the UK. At Danielle Cohen Solicitors we have experience in dealing with entrepreneurs who are intending to start a new business in the UK, and we work closely with specialists who can provide a bespoke business plan relevant to your case.


It is possible to visit the UK in order to receive private medical treatment. In such a case, in line with the information above, it will be necessary to show that you intend to leave the UK after the treatment has been completed and before the visa expires. The suitability requirements also apply. It is important that prospective visitors intending to receive private medical treatment show that they have a medical condition that requires treatment. However, if the applicant is suffering from an infectious disease it must be shown that they are not a danger to public health.


The essential issue in these cases is the continuity of residence in the UK. Continuous residence means residence in the UK for unbroken periods and for these purposes the period should not be considered to have been broken where the applicant is absent from the UK for a period of six months or less at any time, providing that the applicant had leave to enter or remain upon departure and upon return. However, for the purpose of the 20 years rule, there is no need for the resident to have a lawful status throughout.


In order to meet its obligation under the United Nations Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness, the United Kingdom makes provisions for the acquisition of citizenship for persons who are stateless. However, these provisions only apply to a small category of individuals. Stateless persons who do not fall under these provisions benefit from the Home Office asylum policy instructions on statelessness. These ensure the UK's compliance with the international obligations under the UN Stateless Convention, and provide a means for consideration of those who are stateless, have no other rights to remain in the UK, and cannot be removed.


An individual can apply for a standard visitor visa to come to the UK for a holiday, for business or to receive private medical treatment. We have extensive experience in making family visitor visa applications and general medical treatment visitor visa applications. You can usually stay in the UK for up to six months, but you can stay longer if you are coming to the UK for private medical treatment. We also have experience in applying for long term standard visitor visas that last two, five or ten years, but remember you can only stay for a maximum of six months on each visit.


On the whole at Danielle Cohen Solicitors we operate fixed fee prices for cases. The costs vary according to the complexity of the case, and when you come to the first appointment you are under no obligation to become our client and you do not have to pay for the first consultation, unless you decide to become our client. The time spent in the first consultation will form part of the fixed fee for the case. You will pay a deposit in order to have 'a retainer', sign a contract between us and you, and before we submit your application (in a straight forward application), or conclude your case, you will pay the balance due.