Throughout our 19 years we have been responsible for thousands of successful visa applications by ensuring that our OISC accredited advisers have the necessary experience and are the best at what they do. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve difficult and complex issues and ensure success.

Francine Mendonça

From Rio Grande do Sul in southern Brazil, Francine started LondonHelp4U in 2001, two years after arriving in London. She is the Executive Director and still works and sees clients everyday. She deals with the more complex cases.

Humberto Ferrarini

A Brazilian trained and registered law practitioner, Humberto has considerable experience. He supervises the work of all the level 1 advisers at LH4U and handles complex human rights, family visas for former partners and work visas
(Tier 1,2 & 5).

How to choose your immigration adviser?

Immigration advisers registered by the OISC at Level 1

Are able to work on applications such as immigration employment documents, family visas (spouses, unmarried partners and other family members), student and visitor visas, applications under PBS, visitors, diplomats, their family members and domestic staff, naturalisation, citizenship as well as residence permits for an EU/EEA national, family permit for a non- EU/EEA family member and entry clearance for non- EU/EEA family member.

Immigration advisers registered by the OISC at Level 2

Are able to work on all types of applications mentioned above (Level 1) and in addition on more complex cases, such as applications to the Home Office, including human rights and concessionary or discretionary applications, applications for humanitarian protection, representations to the Home Office in support of cases, drafting client statements, including asylum statements, submitting One-Stop Notices and lodging notices of appeal and statements of additional grounds, applications for temporary admission and Chief Immigration Officer’s bail and representations regarding ongoing immigration casework to MPs.

Get accredited help with your application

We are members of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) in the UK. Registration number F201700029.

Why choose LondonHelp4U

  • 19 years of success in immigration applications
  • We offer great value for money with fixed prices and no hidden charges.
  • Our service is fast efficient and trouble free. Our one-stop-shop approach allows you to book English tests, translations and use our notary service.
  • Our service is tailored to your individual needs. We offer consultations in many languages, in person, by Skype or over the telephone at a time to suit you. Our 24 hour help line service is always available in case of emergencies

Need help booking your consultation?

Call Us

+44 20 7636 8500
+55 11 3283 0906

Monday to Friday
10am to 6pm

WhatsApp Helpline

+44 78 9176 4830

Available 24/7
Portuguese/English/Spanish

Visit our office

28A – Queensway – London – W2 3RX / United Kingdom
Between Queensway and Bayswater underground stations

What our clients say

I used the services of LondonHelp4U when I got my visa at the beginning of 2015, the process was quick and smooth, with no headaches, so I recommend this company. Congratualtions to the whole team for their efforts and assistance!
Adalberto José Prado
Company 100 % reliable. When I most needed Francine Mendonça and her entire team was there to help me. I thought my case was lost, not because I don’t have rights, but because before I was represented by irresponsible lawyers. With LondonHelp4U it was completely different, I received full attention!
Mila Tom
Reliable, competent and agile professionals. We hired LondonHelp4U twice and both times we achieved our goal. Congratulations to the whole team! We recommend the company.
Edina Chioatto
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