ISO 9001: International award for LH4U

Following an assessment by an independent organization, LondonHelp4u has been successful in achieving ISO 9001 Certification. This internationally adopted Certification is recognized as the global benchmark for quality management systems.

The award recognises LondonHelp4u’s commitment to an exceptional quality of service and customer focus as well as compliance. It is generally accepted that organisations who achieve certification to ISO 9001 are the forefront of their respective industries.

LondonHelp4u’s founder and director, Francine Mendonça, commented

“We have always been proud of the service we offer our clients. Now LH4U is the first Brazilian immigration company based in the UK with the award of ISO 9001”



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A trainee doctor who has spent more than half her life in the UK says she has received a letter giving her a week to leave the country or face deportation. From Sky News.


Oxford professor’s children refused visas to join her in UK. US family split as Home Office makes it increasingly difficult for overseas academics to work in UK universities. From The Guardian.


A PhD student carrying out pioneering research into prostate cancer is facing jail in the UK because of an administrative error on her visa application. From Independent.


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Government documents submitted to the Court of Session say the prime minister will send a letter asking for an extension to article 50 – despite Mr Johnson’s repeated insistence that he will never delay Brexit. From Independent.