NOT HAPPY ABOUT YOUR SOLICITOR, LAWYER, REPRESENTATIVE, AGENT OR CONSULTANT ? THEN PERHAPS IT IS THE TIME TO SWITCH TO THE LEGAL CENTRE
Every week we received calls and E-mail from the clients in the UK and overseas, asking whether they can switch to the Legal Centre as they are not happy about their current solicitor, lawyer, representative, agent or consultant. The clients ask us whether they could switch to the Legal Centre now, how easy is the process and what is required in order to leave their current representative and become a client of the Legal Centre.
Yes, if you are an unhappy client of a different firm, what stops you from leaving your current representative and switch to the Legal Centre in order to receive practical, quality, timely and affordable assistance ? All in all, we are a top category immigration law firm, recognized by the UK Border Agency as the Highly Trusted Representative Read the reviews about the Legal Centre's assistance to someone like you here.
The process of switching to us is very simple. You even do not need to inform your current representative that you are leaving them - we will do it for you so you will not be required to speak to or otherwise contact your current representative and perhaps free yourself from the need to defend your choice in the often not-so-easy communication (we are constantly that some agents can be really pushy or even intimidating during the process of leaving them). When you complete the switching to the Legal Centre process, we will also notify the UK Border Agency, UK Immigration Service, the Immigration Tribunal or the UK Visa Application Centre that you have switched to the Legal Centre and that you no longer being represented by your now former lawyer, so these Authorities would be contacting us directly in relation to your immigration matter.
All you need to do now to start the process if to arrange a Skype, Viber, WhatsApp or phone consultation with us via this link in order to discuss your immigration case in details and perhaps switch to the Legal Centre.