Work Permit Experts Ltd OISC F200200026 MH Immigration

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We have moved and our new London address is: 


Work Permit Experts Ltd, 305B, 15 Old Bailey, London EC4M 7EF


Our telephone contact numbers remain unchanged.

Founded over 15 years ago by Paul McElroy & Marie Haughey MBE. Our team are specialists in all areas of United Kingdom immigration casework work (except asylum) and are expert in corporate immigration compliance matters. We have been providing specialist immigration advice and services for over 15 years.  We have offices in central London (near St Paul's & Holborn) and central Sheffield, South Yorkshire.

We differ from many other reputable immigration advisers in that our consultants are former employees of The Home Office (and other Government Departments) having detailed knowledge and experience of policy, practice and procedure in The Home Office.

We represent both individual and corporate clients, presenting applications and making representations to The Home Office in the most effective and professional manner.

We care deeply about the services we provide and will use our considerable combined knowledge, experience and expertise in UK and EEA Immigration law, UK Citizenship law and UK business immigration compliance regulatory requirements to provide relevant, encompassing and practical advice.

We service an enviable and substantial corporate practice, supporting businesses and employers to ensure that they are and remain compliant with immigration legislation, benefit from international talent, operate Sponsor Licences appropriately and have systems in place to mitigate potential liabilities to civil penalties.

We are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) who set standards and decide who can give immigration advice in the UK. We are pleased to say that our Company is authorised by the OISC to give advice at the highest level. Our registration number is F200200026. The OISC is an independent public body set up under the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999. They are responsible for ensuring that all immigration advisors fulfil the requirements of good practice and they are committed to the elimination of unscrupulous advisors and the fair and thorough investigation of complaints.