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Become an Immigration Adviser with the Immigration Advice Services

07-12-2017 02:41 PM CET | Politics, Law & Society

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IAS expand their OISC training courses

IAS expand their OISC training courses

Being stuck in a stagnating career can often feel disheartening as it’s hard to explore your options while working a full-time job. But the Immigration Advice Services have now found a solution to this; with their two-day training courses, you can receive all the information you need to train to be an Immigration Adviser.

WHY BECOME AN IMMIGRATION ADVISER?

With a starting salary of £20k that rises with the more experience you have; immigration advice is a very lucrative business. And as an immigration adviser, you will be helping people in one of the most important parts of their lives: their home and their family’s homes. You will be able to specialise in your favoured areas such as working with children or refugees.

HOW TO BECOME AN IMMIGRATION ADVISER?

You don’t need a background in law or a law degree to become an Immigration Adviser, the OCIS training courses provide you with all the knowledge and study materials you’ll need to complete the Office of Immigration assessment. This whole process is exponentially quicker than typical the typical route into a law career and you can get started asap.
So, what are you waiting for?

Start the next chapter in your life today with IAS, contact us now at https://iasservices.org.uk/immigration-law-training-oisc or phone us on 0203 468 9949

Leading experts in immigration law, if you're looking for visa services to the UK then we're here to help.

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