A client engaged with us after being made redundant. Fortunately, she managed to secure a new job offer but her employer did not want to get involved with her immigration matters.
As soon as she engaged with us, Simon emailed the employer outlining what to be done with reference to the immigration policy. He also clarified that the cost of our service would be paid by our client, not by the firm. Then the manager actively involved and followed his instructions to support my client's work visa application.
She has an existing medical condition; hence Simon prepared a medical waiver application before being asked to provide it. He presented an extra medical report and pointed out she meets the requirements under the immigration policy.
Because her visa application was well prepared and decision-ready, the application was not challenged and approved with three years work visa.