At Flynn Hodkinson, our guiding principles are honesty, compassion and thoroughness. It is our intention to provide the highest level of legal advice and service to help our clients achieve their goals. We approach complex legal issues with compassion and we understand that what we are assisting our clients with is a very important part of their personal and/or professional life.
We will analyse your case and give advice on what the realistic outcome is likely to be. While we can assist most of our clients after the initial consultation we sometimes we need to advise a client that they are unlikely to succeed after we have closely reviewed the facts of the case. This can be difficult but in the end it is more important for our clients to have a realistic idea of their chances for success. US immigration law is complex and visa applications are approved on the basis of discretion. Therefore we provide bespoke legal advice in order to build the strongest case possible for our clients using our knowledge of US immigration law and our more than 10 years experience in dealing with the various US governmental agencies.
On an individual basis, we are American lawyers who have moved to London to start a new life and we understand how someone may want to create a new life in a new country and the challenges that come with that. On a professional basis, we know that if we provide straight-forward advice from the outset our clients and maintain a high level of responsiveness are well-versed in what to expect throughout the process. We find that this relieves a lot of stress our clients, be they individual or employment-based clients, experience.
Our expertise is solely with US immigration law, but being based in London we have a savvy outlook to see beyond our field of expertise to identify issues to connect our clients with other professionals to help with issues relating to international tax, financial planning and international human resources. If needed, we are able to point our clients to experts in dealing with these issues so they can obtain critical advice prior to entering the US.