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We are currently assessing clients via Zoom, Skype or FaceTime, which the Home Office and Her Majesty’s Courts are currently accepting.

The Prime Minister delivered an address to the nation on Sunday 10 May setting out how he intends to "unlock the various parts of the UK economy”. Social Work Reports are currently assessing clients via Zoom, Skype or FaceTime, something that the Home Office and Courts are currently accepting. As a result of this, no mileage is being charged for assessments, saving you additional travel expenses that are normally charged at £40ph and can amount to several hundred pounds....

Good news from a busy February

“Thank you so much for this, I’m very pleased with it.” “Many thanks for your assistance throughout” “The report is perfect” “Finally the Home Office granted our daughter-in-law the right to stay. It took ages but so glad everything turned out so well. Many thanks for your help” “Everything was fine and the client is also very happy with the report.”

Another family relieved

"Many thanks for your help. We had our hearing this morning and the honourable judge was convinced that ours is a genuine appeal. All the medical reports and your social worker report was very elaborate, thorough and convincing.  We are likely to get written judgement in 4 weeks time.  I thank you very much for all the help. Our family is relieved now "

What our clients say…

[Regarding an immigration tribunal report] "Thank you very much for such a great, brilliant and in detail report. You touched each and every single aspect of my life, and i can't say enough thanks for it." [Regarding an immigration tribunal report] "This report shows that how professional and good you are and your work too." [Regarding an immigration tribunal report] "Thanks once again for a great job done."  [Regarding an immigration tribunal report] "Thank you kindly.  Really happy...

On benefits and finding it hard to make journeys?

In March 2017 the DWP changed the rules so that people who find it hard to make journeys because of mental health problems would be entitled to less benefit than people who find it hard for other reasons.  In December 2017 the courts said this was unlawful. So now if you have a mental health problem that means you are unable to plan a journey, follow the route of an unfamiliar journey without help, or follow the route...