McGill & Co is a Scottish law firm specialising in UK immigration, nationality and refugee law, with offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
We have a dedicated and experienced team of immigration law practitioners who understand the uncertainty, frustrations, and rigours associated with UK immigration law and policy. We have an established reputation for providing pragmatic, innovative and cost-effective solutions. Our experience covers all aspects of UK business immigration law, personal immigration law and policy. We pride ourselves on an in-depth technical knowledge covering all UK immigration law topics, and on exceptional client service.
McGill & Co provide first-class representation on all aspects of the immigration process, whether applying from within the UK or abroad. We are highly experienced in immigration litigation including appeals to the First-tier Tribunal, the Upper Tribunal, the Court of Session, the UK Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights. Our firm has been responsible for a number of court judgments of national significance, and this demonstrates our ability to meet novel legal challenges with strategic solutions.
While we deal with all aspects of immigration work, we have developed a particular reputation and specialism in dealing with highly complex immigration cases. These often have features that are out of the ordinary, be they complex facts, or contentious or novel legal arguments. This is a significant difference between ourselves and other immigration firms. We pride ourselves on our experience, knowledge and strategic thinking. If you need assistance with any aspect of immigration law, no matter the scale, we are confident we can assist. Contact us today to discuss your specific needs with us.
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