Slough Immigration Aid Unit
Slough Immigration Aid Unit

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Slough Immigration Aid Unit


52 Chalvey High Street





Tel: 01753 246 730 (office)


0798 595 6757


Or use our contact form.

Office hours

10.30am- 5pm

Monday - Thursday

The Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner

OISC is responsible for regulating immigration advisers by ensuring they are competent and will act in the best interest of their clients.

OSIC Registration number: F200500137


Charity Registration number: 1064293

Our areas of legal expertise

Here is an overview of the areas in which our advisers specialise.

Immigration applications

We can help and advise on many aspects of immigration law, and on refugee rights, human rights, European nationals and their families' migration rights. We do not advise on migration for work or business. Different categories include:

  • sponsoring a visitor to the UK
  • sponsoring a husband, wife, partner, fiancé or fiancée or other family member coming to live in the UK
  • making fee waiver requests and change of conditions applications
  • applications under the EU Settlement Scheme and for biometric residence cards and status
  • advice on seeking asylum in the UK, though as legal aid may still be available, we will refer people on for representation
  • for those granted refugee status, advice and representation on obtaining travel documents and making applications for family reunion 

British Nationality applications

Nationality is a complex area of law.  There are several forms of British nationality. Depending on people's current citizenship or nationality and immigration status, they may be eligible to apply in one of several different ways.   SIAU staff have good knowledge in this area of UK law. We can advise on British nationality issues and handle applications for British citizenship through naturalisation (most adults) and registration, by entitlement and at the discretion of the Home Office (children).


Immigration Appeals

SIAU's Level 3 adviser has experience in dealing with appeals. We can assist with advice on the merits of a case, in lodging grounds of appeal and in providing full representation at the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the Tribunals Service.

The First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) is an independent Tribunal dealing with appeals against decisions made by the Home Secretary and officials in immigration and asylum matters. SIAU does not represent asylum appeals, as legal aid may still be available for asylum matters.

The main types of appeal are made against decisions to:

* refuse a person entry to, or permission to remain in, the UK, when this is contrary to their human rights

* deport or remove someone already in the UK

* refuse a person asylum in the UK

Contact us for further information and how we may be able to help.



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