Appendix FM Breach Muldoon Britton recently assisted a client in obtaining a Settlement Visa - despite the client not having complete control of their cash savings in the 6 months prior to the date the application was made. Applicant’s wishing to apply for a settlement visa must meet the financial requirements under Appendix FM. There [...]
Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa Muldoon Britton were recently successful in obtaining endorsement from Arts Council England on behalf of our client, who is applying for a Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa. Our client, a world-renowned jazz musician, instructed us to assist her in obtaining the highly competitive visa. Applicants for this visa under the [...]
Settlement (Spousal Visa) for DACA Client Muldoon Britton were recently successful in obtaining a Settlement (Spousal) Visa for one of our clients who had ‘Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals’ (DACA) status in the USA. DACA is an American immigration policy, established by the Obama administration in June 2012. It allows illegal immigrants who entered the [...]
Muldoon Britton have made a number of successful visa applications for US based clients. One client wanted to visit the UK on a tourism visa to visit her daughter. However, she was a bit cautious as she had been convicted of a criminal offence for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Muldoon Britton have successfully obtained a Spousal Visa for a US client. Our client who was of Iranian descent and was married to a British husband. Both were residing in the USA for a number of years. They wished to settle in the UK. Muldoon Britton successfully managed to obtain a spousal visa which allowed our client to travel to the UK and settle here.
Our client had previouslytravelled to the UK without a visa a number of times. However, to avoid any issues as to his constant visits Muldoon Britton advised that it would be suitable to obtain a business visa. Muldoon Britton makes this process easy by providing a questionnaire.
Our client, a US citizen was residing in the UK on a Tier 2 (General) Visa. During her time in the UK, she gave birth to a baby. After the birth of the child our client went on maternity leave from her job. She returned to the US for the duration of the maternity leave but failed to register the child’s birth before leaving the UK.