Immigration Costs and Service Information
Trinity Law Solicitors’ immigration services predominantly relate to assisting sponsors to submit their documentation to support an applicant’s application to the Home Office.
Our prices for this assistance are set out below.
Our legal fee – £295.00
VAT – £59.00
Total fee – £354.00
Our legal fee is a fixed fee.
Sponsorship assistance includes assisting sponsors in submitting their documentation to support the following types of applications:
- Applications on behalf of EEA nationals for permanent residence, residence cards or registration certificates
- Applications under the Immigration Rules for visit visas
- Applications under the Immigration Rules for spouses and partners
Applications under the Immigration Rules for dependent relative and family reunion
Our legal fee – £500.00
VAT – £100.00
Total fee – £600.00
Our legal fee is a fixed fee.
Work included and key stages
The precise work and stages involved in an immigration application will vary according to the circumstances. However, we have set out the key stages involved in a typical application:
- Discussing your circumstances in detail.
- Giving you advice about the requirements of the Immigration Rules and whether you meet the criteria.
- If you do not meet the criteria, whether this can be overcome and how.
- Considering the supporting evidence you have provided.
- Where necessary, helping you to obtain further evidence (such as medical records and bank statements), including taking statements of any witnesses.
- Helping you to submit your documentation to support the applicant’s application to the Home Office.
Our service will not include any of the following:
- Representation for the applicant.
- Where the Home Office refuses an application, advice and assistance in relation to any appeal.
Approximate/ average timescales
The timescales for completing your matter will depend on how quickly you are able to provide the documentation needed to support the applicant’s application.
We will liaise with your about the timescales that the applicant is working to and endeavour to ensure that we are able to align our support with those timescales.
Qualifications and experience of our team
Our immigration team includes:
Mr Mahmood Uddin
Mr Mahmood Uddin qualified as a solicitor in 2003.
He began work as a trainee in 2000 and undertook criminal and prison law work. Mahmood was very hands on with clients straightaway conducting prison visits and advising and assisting clients in the Magistrates court.
Next, Mahmood joined a large national firm in South Yorkshire and focused on industrial disease work.
Following this Mahmood moved to London where he worked for two years at a national firm conducting immigration work including asylum and human rights law.
Mahmood then returned to Yorkshire and lectured on the Legal Practice Course at the University of Huddersfield.
In 2006, Mahmood set up Trinity Law Solicitors as a sole practitioner. Shortly after he was joined by his brother Zia and a highly experienced probate Consultant Solicitor. More recently, Muneer, Mahmood’s son has also joined the practice.
In 2017 the firm successfully issued proceedings for judicial review on a human rights issue in the High Court and is believed to have been the first firm to do so.
Mahmood speaks English, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.
Mr Zia Uddin
Mr Zia Uddin qualified as a solicitor in 2011.
Zia previously worked for other firms as a paralegal undertaking prison law and criminal law work.
He joined the firm in 2008 as a paralegal and then went on to complete his training contact with the firm and qualify as a solicitor.
Zia is the firm’s civil litigation expert handling a range of matters including injunctions, defending claims against large creditors and handling small track, fast track and multi-track personal injury claims. Zia also has extensive experience of immigrations matters which has gained while working for the firm.
While at Trinity Law Solicitors, Zia has been the lead solicitor on 4 claims for financial mis-selling which successfully went to the Court of Appeal.
Zia speaks English, Punjabi and Urdu.
Mr Muneer Uddin
Mr Muneer Uddin qualified as a solicitor in 2018.
Muneer studied law at the University of Huddersfield and has completed a Master of Laws.
Upon completing his studies, Muneer joined the firm and began his training contract.
Muneer now specialises in personal injury claims, housing disrepair claims and other general civil litigation work. He also undertakes immigration work which has been trained to deal with while working at the firm.