About online legal advice

This website is operated by ARAB LEGAL CONSULTANCY UK for the Arabic Citizens.

This site is for information purposes only and provides general legal advice on popular issues or subjects.
For specific advice on your circumstances – please E-mail us so we can contact you with our regulated law firms.

 

ARAB LEGAL CONSULTANCY UK

A NON-PROFITABLE ORGANISATION RECOGNIZED AS CHARITABLE BY Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs.

We also aim to increase access to justice, provide an effective alternative to the courts And to support excluded, vulnerable and isolated Arab ‘migrants’ in Britain.

Our Projects include the Arabic Council for Prisoners Overseas, Traveler Equality Project, Volunteer outreach opportunities as befrienders, prison visitors, office support, and trustees.

We also advice on Education and study in United Kingdom as well as generalist advice on matters such as employment, immigration.

• To check if you are eligible for Legal-Aid 

website. https://www.gov.uk/check-legal-aid

We work with specialist legal expertise in various branches of law such as:

  • IMMIGRATION LAW.
  • FAMILY AND CHILDREN LAW.
  • COMPANY COMMERCIAL.
  • CRIMINAL JUSTICE.
  • HUMAN RIGHTS.
  • PROPERTY COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL
  • INTERNATIONAL LAW.

AREAS OF LAW

Family and children Law

Whether you’re seeking representation in court or you just need an expert’s opinion on your legal status, Family & Child Law Solicitors provide you with guidance and support.

Immigration law

Cover a range wide of visa categories including entrepeneur visa, uk child visa, long residence in the uk, judicial review, dependant visas, work and business visas, sponsor licences and many more. With facilities in London we are dedicated to provide first class support for those in need of professional immigration solicitors and immigration advice.

Company commercial

Commercial lawyers handle a broad range of corporate deals or standalone transactions. They are responsible for drafting and negotiating the necessary contracts. An example of a larger transaction is the sale of assets such as systems, contracts, premises and staff. Commercial lawyers also create contracts for business operations such as the supply of goods and services, technology licensing and lease agreements..