09-12-2017 01:25 PM CET - Politics, Law & Society

The Immigration Advice Service moves to Oldham

Press release from: Immigration Advice Service

The Immigration Advice Service (IAS) is happy to announce their head office move to Oldham. Starting this October, IAS will be moving their main operations to Ellen Street in Oldham, Greater Manchester with 11 offices around the UK, the new Oldham
As a pioneer in the industry, the Immigration Advice Service has enjoyed decades of success as the UK’s leading immigration advice specialist the internationally recognised law firm is planning the move to Oldham as part of a further investment in the up and coming borough.
Part of IAS’ investment in the area involves a meet and greet when they move into their Oldham offices this October so local Oldham residents can become acquainted with the team. There will also be a drop-in clinic available for those who live in Oldham who has questions surrounding immigration issues whether they are seasoned in subject or are looking towards the future post-Brexit.
IAS will be making an effort to be part of the local community including offers and discounts available to residents of Oldham and will be creating jobs in the area.
IAS’ intention is to support Oldham and its institutions as it enters the next phase of its life becoming a part of the town.
For more information visit…. iasservices.org.uk/

Our highly qualified and fully accredited immigration advisors have extensive knowledge of all key immigration legislation that surpasses many top immigration solicitors, together with up-to-date immigration rules and regulations.

Immigration Advice Service
Conavon Court, 12 Blackfriars St, Salford M3 5BQ
Contact email: Katie.Beech@iasuk.org

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