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May I confirm of the firm is registered with the SRA as an authorised firm please?
thank you. There is no legal requirement for the firm to undertake additional accreditation in order to offer immigration services. There is an immigration quality standards which a firm can apply for accreditation under which you can find the following link:
As above, this accreditation is not a legal requirement but by attaining it, the firm will be able to generally obtain lower indemnity from insurers and of course be able to market their services under the accreditation. From a client's point of view, accreditation will on average result in a degree of assurance in respect of both expertise and service
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