Immigration firm opens in city ahead of Brexit

EXPERTS in UK immigration law have opened a dedicated office in Portsmouth.

Wednesday, 24th May 2017, 6:00 am
Updated Sunday, 4th June 2017, 9:29 pm
Joanne Sullivan, left, and Victoria Girsa of GBS UK Immigration, a specialist in UK immigration law, with Pete Outen, the centre manager at Portsmouth Technopole

GBS UK Immigration, which specialises in the provision of reliable, fixed-fee UK immigration advice, has opened a base at the Portsmouth Technopole, in Kingston Crescent, Buckland.

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The recently-launched firm provides a range of services, including help for veterans, and is regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner.

Managing director Ashley Bayles said immigration rules were ‘complex and constantly changing’ and that in the wake of Brexit is was vital for ‘professional advice’ to be on hand.

She added failure to get the right advice could result in ‘applications being refused and immigration records being tarnished’.