9 April 2019


Study Visa Seminar by One of the Best Immigration Solicitor from UK Mr Gurpal Singh Uppal head of Charls Simmons Immigration Solicitor on 11 April
In Chandigarh at Hotel Mountview 11 am onwards.

A Study Visa Seminar by Charls Simmons Immigration Solicitor UK  will be held at Hotel Mount View, Sector 10 here on 11 April. The seminar will be conducted by Gurpal Singh Uppal, Solicitor, MA, LLB (Hons), Director, Charles Simmons Immigration Solicitor and head of Express Immigration Appeal Services (P) LTD.

Mr Gurpal Singh Uppal, Solicitor, M.A LLB (Hons), Head of, Charles Simmons Immigration Solicitor and Express Immigration Appeal Services, Chandigarh said, “The topics at the seminar will include new High Court ruling on stateless children,  sponsoship declaration, new English test for spouses,  temporary workers, creative, artists, musicians, actors and sports, judicial review and human rights application.”

Mr Harpreet Singh, Head, Chandigarh Branch said, “This is a great opportunity for the aspirants to meet the best immigration Solicitor from UK and deal with professionally qualified lawyers from India. The free seminar will focus on various countries including UK, USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand etc.”

Candidates with or without IELTS can benefit from the seminar and get information regarding scholarships, on the spot admission, study options for nurses, lawyers, chef etc. besides meeting university representatives. Candidates with experience and professional qualification, who have gap in their studies can get guidance for PR in different countries.

Students can also get their visa appliaction done by an expert immigration lawyer (Business Immigration and UK Immigration). The seminar is also useful for those whose visa got rejected or who have been rejected for business visa, entrepreneur visa, student visa, marriage visa or tourist visa for UK. More information regarding the seminar is available on phone 0172 – 5087500.


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