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How LondonHelp4u is fighting Coronavirus

We are prepared for social distance and we continue to serve our customers

We are an immigration company based in London, England and we have customers from all over the world. We are part of the Brazilian community in Europe and we help many families to legalize and settle in the UK.

With 19 years of experience in the market, it is the first time that we are unable to serve our customers with our human warmth, typical of the Brazilians. But we understand that this is essential to help reduce the contamination of this new virus.

Therefore, we are already prepared to provide our services and continue working in the safest way for everyone, employees and customers. Our team is digitally connected and has all the structure to start, develop and finalize our visa and citizenship processes.


We normally continue to schedule appointments with our immigration consultants.

We understand that in times of difficulty like this, many people are concerned, including financially, so we set the cost of our consultation at £ 65 (sixty-five pounds) for any of our consultants.

Scheduling should be done by email or phone and the service will be in the best way for the customer. We will find the way that best suits each customer, whether by voice, video or text.


The opening hours of our office have changed, but very little!

We are open Monday to Friday between 10 am and 6 pm (London time, ok?)


All of our channels are open for you to talk to us.

Here is the list of contacts for you to choose the best one for you:

By phone:

Calls from Brazil: +55 11 3283 0906

Calls from rest of the world: +44 20 7636 8500

Mobile or Whatsapp:

UK +44 78 9176 4830

UK +44 77 6082 9277

UK +44 75 8566 8158


Social networks:






Website and chat: 


We are constantly informing ourselves through government updates so that this situation does not get worse and that we can all return to our routines normally. The immigration situation of our customers is being promptly taken care of by our team and we will ensure that this is less of a problem for each of us.

LEGAL MINUTE: new immigration system in the UK

The government set out the details of the UK’s points-based immigration system. These new arrangements will take effect from 1 January 2021, once freedom of movement with the EU has ended. From LondonHelp4u.


Low-skilled workers would not get visas under post-Brexit immigration plans unveiled by the government. It is urging employers to “move away” from relying on “cheap labour” from Europe and invest in retaining staff and developing automation technology. From BBC.


Migration will be limited to skilled workers who have a job offer, speak English and command a salary of at least £25,600 a year. From Telegraph.


EU nationals and their family members in the UK throughout the transition period should not be asked for proof of settled or pre-settled status to access healthcare, to rent property or to gain employment until 1 January 2021. From Free Movement.


Priti Patel: With Brexit done it is time to deliver promised points-based immigration system and take back control of who we let in. From The Sun.


A six-year-old boy who has lived in the UK all of his life has been prevented from returning home to his mother following a holiday after the Home Office revoked his passport. From Independent.


There has been a 10% drop in the number of skilled workers from overseas applying to work in private companies since the Brexit vote, a new report suggests. From Metro.


A 95-year-old Italian man who has been in the UK for 68 years has been asked to prove he is resident in the country by the Home Office in order to remain after Brexit, despite receiving the state pension for the past 32 years. From The Guardian.

LEGAL MINUTE: the news of the first week after Brexit

Indeed, for the first time in my life, I have become an immigrant without the security blanket of our place in the EU – and I feel so. From Independent.


These immigrants and their children are inevitably conflicted, post-Brexit. Who is welcome here today? Look at the nightmare individual stories emerging from the “settled status” process. From iNews.


Now that the UK has formally left the European Union, it immediately enters an 11-month transition period. What will change? From BBC.


Brexit: where do the EU and UK stand before talks begin? The two sides already appear far apart, with negotiations due to finish by October. From The Guardian.


UK employers are facing continued skills shortages among workers amid concerns that the UK’s future immigration system could cause further problems in finding the right talent, a new report has found. From Yahoo New.


Government’ statement: The UK is ready to work to establish practical provisions to facilitate smooth border crossing arrangements, as part of independent border and immigration systems. From


Home Secretary Priti Patel has today (6 February 2020) announced that there have been more than 3 million applications to the EU Settlement Scheme, according to the latest internal figures. From