We are always happy to receive feedback from our clients about our legal services. This is another wonderful testimonial we just received for our Supervisor Solicitor and immigration specialist, Ms Smit Kumar:
"Still in the joy of getting my residence card ... Such an unbelievably great news despite the extremely complex condition!
I applied as an EU unmarried partner when we had only cohabited for a rather short time. Smit took this challenging case and fought so much for me to argue for my rights to reside. This outcome means so much to us and I can't imagine achieving this without the consistent support and advice from her.
The service I received throughout has been very professional and also human. This is a place you can trust." - Anita/Mengting Zhuo
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Posted on: Friday, 07 July, 2017