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About OTS solicitors
OTS Solicitors is an internationally recognised law firm, based in the City of London. We have a wide range of expertise to support business and private clients in all areas of law.
Friday, 12 June, 2020
Monday, 04 May, 2020
COVID-19 update: A message from OTS Solicitors - We have online advanced infrastructure, processes and safeguards to allow our solicitors to function fully remotely so clients continue to be served without disruption. Existing and new clients are offered a digital consultation option so call 0203 959 9123 to arrange an appointment via our online platform, skype or telephone conferencing.
Wednesday, 15 April, 2020
Tuesday, 31 March, 2020
If you have come to the UK hoping to make a new life for yourself then being told by the Home Office that you can't stay in the UK can be devastating news. It could be that your visa extension application has been refused or you have been told you can't switch to a different type of visa.
Tuesday, 17 March, 2020
If you have had your immigration application refused it can be a terrible blow for you and your family.
Monday, 02 March, 2020
Tuesday, 12 February, 2019
Back in May 2018, immigration appeal solicitors welcomed the announcement that the Home Office had set up a team dedicated to reviewing cases where appeals had been pending for more than 20 weeks. The announcement came in response to revelations of excessive waiting times – of up to 12 months between the date of decision and the date of the immigration appeal hearing.
Monday, 30 July, 2018
We are delighted to announce that our Legal 500 recommended immigration law team has recently secured a rare victory in an in-country Adult Dependant Relative appeal.
Monday, 30 July, 2018
By Mr Hans Sok Appadu of OTS Solicitors
Friday, 08 June, 2018
Friday, 18 May, 2018
It is with great anticipation and pleasure that we can let you know that due to our rapid growth and expansion we have now taken further offices in Chancery Lane. Please note that from the 12th of March 2018 we will see all of our clients at our new offices located at 25 Southampton Buildings WC2A 1AL.
Your loyal business and support is one of the main reasons why we have grown so rapidly over the years. We look forward to seeing you at our new address.
Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have concerning the new location or our services.
Thursday, 08 March, 2018
OTS Solicitors is proud to announce it has been ranked in the Legal 500.
It is almost unprecedented that a firm established only two and half years ago has made it into this prestigious publication.
Thursday, 12 October, 2017
As 2016 draws to a close, we take a look at some of the most important cases decided in the latter half of 2016 and what they mean for migrants in the UK.
Deportation cases decided by the Supreme Court
Makhlouf v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Northern Ireland)  All ER (D) 93 (Nov) (16 November 2016)
Thursday, 22 December, 2016
Monday, 03 October, 2016
Our client, KK, a national of Lebanon arrived to the UK in 2007 with his wife and two young children. He came as a work permit holder. During his stay in the UK, the employer became insolvent and the business was continued under different company. Our client was not correctly advised at the time of his obligations to inform the Home Office of his change of employer and carried on with his activities.
Monday, 22 August, 2016
Friday, 10 June, 2016
Thursday, 02 June, 2016
Wednesday, 01 June, 2016
Tuesday, 24 May, 2016
Wednesday, 18 May, 2016
In a move to avoid defeat in the House of Commons, David Cameron has agreed that Britain will take in unaccompanied child migrants from Greece, Italy and France.
The exact number Britain will accept is unknown but the number is expected to be in the thousands. Local bodies will be consulted to discuss how many migrant children can be resettled.
Wednesday, 04 May, 2016
Tuesday, 03 May, 2016
Friday, 22 April, 2016
Friday, 18 March, 2016
Thursday, 03 March, 2016
In a decision that has outraged the country and launched a petition being widely circulated on social media, the British Government has ordered that a frail 92-year-old must pack her bags and return to her native South Africa on Tuesday.
Myrtle Cothill, who has heart problems, who is losing her eyesight and cannot walk unaided, is looked after by her only daughter, Mary Wills, in Poole, Dorset.
Friday, 19 February, 2016
- By Oshin Shahiean of OTS Solicitors
If you are settled in the UK and wish to bring an elderly parent into the country so you can help take care of them, the difficulty of obtaining an Adult Dependent Relative (ADR) Visa for them is likely to leave you reeling in shock.
Thursday, 28 January, 2016
After a three and a half year battle with the Home Office, a bisexual Asylum seeker from Jamaica has won the right to stay in the UK.
Tuesday, 26 January, 2016
One of the most important principles of English justice is that everyone, no matter how rich, how poor, irrespective of religion, race or creed, is entitled to a fair hearing in a court of law.
It has long been recognised as essential for the rule of law that people believe they will be fairly heard and judged in court. This principle was first documented in the Magna Carta which, in 1215, set out in the name of the king that, ‘to no one will we sell, to no one will we refuse or delay, right or justice’.
Sunday, 17 January, 2016
Friday, 15 January, 2016
Mr B was a Nigerian national with four dependents, (a wife and three children). The entire family had overstayed their visa and were facing deportation.
Saturday, 19 December, 2015
Thirty-six hours after suggesting all Muslims should be banned from entering the United States, Republican Presidential Candidate, Donald Trump, is still suffering the ramifications.
And his latest Tweet suggests he has no intention of backing down.
Thursday, 10 December, 2015
Thursday, 19 November, 2015
Earlier this week, David Cameron formally set out his demands for renegotiating the UK's membership of the EU in a letter to the president of the European Council Donald Tusk.
The four key negotiation points are as follows:
Friday, 13 November, 2015
Saturday, 07 November, 2015
Friday, 06 November, 2015
Last week Sweden dropped a bombshell on the European community by formally asking fellow EU members to relocate some of the thousands of migrants entering the country. This move starkly illustrates how much pressure Europe is under to cope with the biggest migration of fellow human beings since the end of the Second World War. Sweden has always been exceptionally generous with its migration policies, but it is now clear that even it cannot cope with the mass influx of humanity, desperately seeking safety and shelter from war and starvation.
Friday, 06 November, 2015
For migrants wishing to rent property in the United Kingdom, 2016 will be a pivotal year for change and it is imperative that current and prospective migrants be fully aware of the storm that is coming in the form of Right to Rent checks.
Friday, 30 October, 2015
New regulations The British Nationality (General) (Amendment No.3) Regulations 2015 which come into force on the 12th November 2015 make amendments to applying for naturalisation after Permanent Residence in the UK to the effect that:
• Naturalisation applicants must now have passed a Home Office-approved English language test
Monday, 26 October, 2015