Immigration Law

Immigration Law

Immigration Law


Your decision to travel around the world shouldn’t be a struggle. Being it business, leisure or personal, we assist you with specific immigration needs particularly applications to the United Kingdom (UK)United States of America (USA) and Schengen. We provide services relating to applications and reapplications for visas, legal opinions, waiver applications, appeals, request for information, consultancy services, etc. Our team of immigration lawyers will assist you with the following:

  • Overseeing all aspects of visa application to ensure that the process runs smoothly.
  • Conduct interviews with you to determine your suitability for the visa category applied for.
  • Ensuring all information provided are accurate and relevant to the application made.
  • Providing guidance on security and medical clearance processing where applicable.
  • Advising on documentations necessary to prove statements or representations made in your application.
  • Completing all relevant application forms, and ensuring that they are received within the limited period set by the visa authority.
  • Booking online visa interview and/ or application appointments, where applicable.
  • Assessing grounds of refusal and advising accordingly as to whether there is a legal basis to challenge decision of refusal.


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Our immigration lawyers are committed to solving the challenges individuals and organizations face in relation to visa applications, citizenship, work permits and residence permits, both home and abroad, as well as all other immigration issues that are specific to yourself, your family or your organization. 

Our Lawyers will handle your immigration needs with thorough attention and the efficiency that comes with experience. We are here to help you get the best results and answers you seek.

However specific your needs, we are adept at ensuring your full satisfaction. 

Frequently Asked Questions

A Right of Abode is a status granted to a Ghanaian by birth, adoption, registration or naturalisation who by reason of their acquisition of a foreign nationality has lost their Ghanaian citizenship. It may also be granted to a person of African descent in the Diaspora

An application for registration as a dual citizen must be addressed to the Minister of the Interior. The registration as a dual citizen shall be in Form 10 which can be purchased at the Ministry of the Interior or any Diplomatic Mission abroad.

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A person applying for a Resident Permit to stay in Ghana for a substantial period may be granted this permit for not more than 4 years if the applicant is applying for the first time. However, where the applicant is not a first time applicant, this permit may be granted for a period not exceeding eight years

A citizen of Ghana may hold the citizenship of any other country in addition to their citizenship of Ghana. This however could only be possible if the national law of the foreign country allows their citizens to hold the citizenship of another country in addition to their citizenship.

A foreign national, including the spouse of a Ghanaian citizen may apply for an Indefinite Residence Status provided they can satisfy certain requirements under Ghana’s immigration laws. A person with an indefinite residence status is entitled to remain indefinitely in Ghana, enter Ghana without a visa and to work in Ghana either as a self-employed or as an employee without a work permit.

One of the conditions for the grant of a Residence Permit is that the person may have been lawfully admitted to Ghana at the time of the making of the application. When granted, it is also subject to the condition that the person to whom it is granted shall not undertake any employment or engage in any business, trade or profession except as may be specified in the Permit.

You must be of full age and capacity to qualify to be granted a certificate of naturalisation by the Minister with the approval of the President. In addition to other conditions, you must have resided in Ghana throughout the period of 12 months immediately preceding the date of the application. You must also show that you have during the 7 years immediately preceding the period of the 12 months, resided in Ghana for periods amounting in the aggregate to not less than 5 years.

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