We have unrivalled experience and expertise in this field of law.
Three of our most experienced team members have at least 15 years expertise in this field and another 13 years. There are other firms in Scotland who specialise in Immigration Law. However, Drummond Miller is unique in the number of individual team members who have this depth of experience in immigration law.
Our approach is to see every case as a problem waiting to be solved and our experience means that we have considerable success in solving the problems you bring to us.
The Team's Commitment to Immigration Law and Client Care
All of our team members are highly motivated and committed to the field of immigration law. This is one of the fastest changing areas of the law and there is an almost constant stream of changes made by UK Border Agency. David Brown, as a leading practitioner in the field, regularly advises clients, referral organisations and other solicitors on the most recent changes introduced and how these affect the landscape of immigration law.
Over the last 15 years, we have developed close working relationships with referral organisations as well as with our clients. We are dedicated to providing the best possible service to our clients (from the high net worth individual to destitute asylum seekers) who all receive the same high level of passion, drive and attention to detail which characterises the Immigration Team's work.
Finally, we strive to make communication as easy as possible and are very pleased to have a team offering speakers in the following languages:
Competitive and Fair Fees
We offer a highly competitive fixed fee service. There will be no hidden fees and, at the point of initial contact with your solicitor, you will be advised exactly what the job will cost. You will not be left in the dark or uncertain about the cost of your work. Drummond Miller is renowned for its fairness in fees. This is reflected in the fact that so much of our business comes from satisfied client referrals.
The firm also offers Legal Aid to those who financially qualify in a number of specific categories of cases, including asylum and domestic violence. For further information on this please see our separate section on Legal Aid.