We offer face to face consultations to advise you on your immigration enquiries.

Are you here for work?

From IT workers in Chicago to nursing care assistants in Dungannon, we submit applications under the Tier 2 General, Intra-Company Transfer, Skills Transfer Visa and Tier 5 exchange process, from start to finish for individuals and companies alike.

Are you here with family?

Reuniting you with family members via EEA applications, spousal visas and 6 month visitor visas from within NI or from abroad. We assist you in applying for residency and citizenship within the UK.

Are you here for study?

We obtain Tier 4 visas to enable students from overseas to complete their studies within the UK. Liaising directly with the Home Office and Educational Authority, we ensure applications are processed promptly.

The Immigration Department at Higgins Hollywood Deazley has provided advice and assistance to clients in relation to immigration matters for over 15 years. We are experts in the extremely fast-paced and in demand Tier 2 General, Intra-Company Transfer and Skills Transfer Visa process. We are also able to manage companies' Sponsorship Licences and ensure that they maintain all their sponsorship duties that the Home Office demand.

At HHD we understand that moving employees across borders quickly and effectively can be a challenging task considering the immigration and visa requirements but having the ability to mobilise talent is essential to the success of the many global businesses now based in Northern Ireland. Our aim is to make this process run as smoothly as possible for businesses and employees alike. Often applicants have an idea of the rudimental process however due to the Home Office's increasingly stringent guidelines we provide a service to guard businesses and individuals against the many pitfalls of what can be a complicated process without experience.

We advise clients of the criteria required and submit EEA applications and non-EEA applications to the Home Office to apply for residency and citizenship within the United Kingdom, in relation to illegal entry into Northern Ireland, asylum applications, visa applications for clients and for family members.
Our specialist team includes a practitioner who has previously worked for the Home Office considering Visa applications. We can therefore offer a unique insight into their decision making criteria and a bespoke streamline service whereby the applicant's Visa process is handled from start to finish with as little hassle as possible.

We have set up accounts with UKVI and all worldwide global Visa processing centres in order to assist with the Tier 2 expedited process also irrespective of whatever country an applicant is applying from.

We have represented client's interests when being interviewed by Immigration Officers, when appearing before the Immigration and Asylum Tribunals, and in the High Court and Court of Appeal by way of Judicial Review.
Our Immigration services provided include:-
• Business/student visa applications Tier 1 - Tier 5
• Sponsorship licence management
• EEA applications
• British citizenship applications
• Indefinite leave to remain applications
• Human Rights/Asylum applications
• Assistance with booking Premium expedited Visa appointments at the Home Office on Victoria St, Belfast
• 24hr PACE callout - 365 days per year
• Advice and representation at police stations
• Appearance at Magistrate's Court, High Court, Court of Appeal & Immigration and Asylum Tribunals.
If you have any immigration enquiries, please contact us 

For further information and advice please contact one of our team:

028 90770770




24 HR Call out to Police Station - 07850 707426

View our Immigration information leaflet here

Immigration Leaflet

LATEST NEWS Windrush Crisis should serve as 'warning' to EU citizens after Brexit

Windrush generation
Have you or your family moved to the UK from the Caribbean before 1971? Contact HHD solicitors today to find out how we can assist you in getting the UK visa the government says you now need   http://www.

Northern Ireland court cases typically take twice as long to complete and cost significantly more than cases in England and Wales, a report has found.



Contact us now

Please let us know if you would like us to give you a call to discuss any queries you may have.
Request a Call