We will work quickly to complete each
investment and will charge you a low price.
We can provide you Low Cost Consultation
regarding the issues and problems
We offer Best Legal Advice for individuals
& Business seeking help & advice
786 Law Associates is an OISC registered Level 3 organization (F200900035) in Barking and have been serving clients since 2009. We specialise in immigration, asylum, naturalisation and citizenship applications with the United Kingdom Border Agency (UKBA). We also specialize in making appeals to both First and Upper Tier Tribunals (Immigration & Asylum).read more
Authorised by the Office of Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) F200900035 at Level III, the highest level permitted.
We offer Best Legal Advice for individuals & Business seeking help & advice.
We can represent you at 1st Tier Tribunal - Upper Tier Tribunel (Immigration & Asylum).
Dr. Syed Maqbool Hussain Shah is highly qualified and experienced in his field.
We can provide you consultation regarding the issues and problems you are facing .
We are also licensed to do a judicial review pre-action protocol. Additionally we are the student member of the Lincoln’s Inn and can advise you in English, Urdu, and Punjabi.
We specialise in making appeals to both First and Upper Tier Tribunals (Immigration & Asylum).
The court will be requested to enter interlocutory judgment against the Department concerned because it will be assumed that government ministry concerned has admitted the claim and have no defense to offer.
Our Advocates inform consumers of Mental Health services about their rights, help them speak for themselves or speak on their behalf. Our Advocates assist consumers with complaints about rights and services and bring issues to officials for resolution.
This is a statement of account highlighting each of the services rendered by the advocate, when they were rendered and how much each service costs.
The Commission embarks on the investigation process and where a complaint lacks substance, the same is rejected and complainant notified accordingly. On the other hand, if there is substance in a complaint and the same constitutes a disciplinary offence, it is referred to the Disciplinary Tribunal for further appropriate action.
The complainant is required to accompany his/her complaint with a copy of his/her national identification card or passport. Provide copies of all relevant documents or letters including receipts, particulars of parties’ involved, insurance claims, policy numbers and court cases.