In certain cases, it is possible for your local Member of Parliament (MP) to assist with your immigration matter, there are strict rules which state what an MP can and can’t do and it is always important to remember that MP’s are not above the law and so cannot overturn decisions that have been made by the courts.
MPs can do the following:
MPs can’t do the following:
Seeking Legal Advice:
When making an immigration application it is always advisable to seek qualified and regulated immigration advice. You can search for a qualified advisor accredited by the OISC (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner) here: https://www.gov.uk/find-an-immigration-adviser/search-for-an-adviser
If you are a constituent and would like to make an immigration enquiry with me then please download and fill out the below form, and return it to me via email or post. Please ensure that you provide the following information: