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Data Protection and Privacy Statement

B&A Immigration Ltd. ("B&A Immigration") are a limited company incorporated in England; company number 09511007, registered at 1st Floor, Barclays House, Gatehouse Way, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom, HP19 8DB.

This is the data protection and privacy statement for B&A Immigration: “Website” and “Site” are references to

We only collect personal data that is voluntarily submitted by you. When you submit your information to us, you specifically agree to us using your personal data in accordance with this data protection and privacy statement.

Examples of scenarios where you may provide us with your personal information including, but not limited to:

•Completing our inquiry form;

•Emailing, calling or communicating with a lawyer or the firm.

Please note that communicating with us does not create an attorney-client relationship. B&A Immigration will use information you have voluntarily provided to us to check for conflicts against existing and former clients. Therefore, sending us any information prior to the existence of an attorney-client relationship could compromise confidential information.

B&A Immigration may use personal information provided by you for the following reasons:

• Purposes of satisfying your request (such as providing you with further information);

•Provision of legal services;

•Internal record keeping and administration;

•To send information to you which you have requested or which we think may be of interest to you;

•Compliance with applicable laws and regulations to process payment for services.

In accordance with the ethical obligations of our respective State Bars, we treat all information received in the course of business as confidential. We may disclose personal and confidential information if required to do so by law, any court, governmental, regulatory body, or statute. We may disclose personal and confidential information for the purposes of the prevention of fraud, and in urgent circumstances, to protect personal safety, the public or ourselves.

B&A Immigration Ltd. is registered with the United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and complies with the requirements of such Act in all respects.

Due to the nature of United States immigration law, our firm transfers necessary client information outside of the United Kingdom to the Government of the United States of America in furtherance of our client’s visa applications, petitions and  applications for associated benefits. In the event you become a client of our firm, you agree to this.

You should be aware that communication through the internet and by e-mail are not a secure means of communication and it is possible that others may have access to our communications by these methods.

We do not sell your information.

Our website may contain links to other sites. We do not share your personal information with these web sites and are not responsible for their privacy practices. We encourage you to learn about the privacy policies of those companies. To the extent any linked websites you visit are not owned or controlled by us, we are not responsible for the sites’ content, or any use of the sites.

By using the our website, you consent to the collection and use of your information by B&A Immigration as set out in this data protection and privacy statement.

We reserve the right to change this statement at any time by posting revisions on this website. This data protection and privacy statement is not intended to, and does not create any contractual or legal rights.

If you have any questions about this statement, or wish to update any personal details, please contact us at:

B&A Immigration, 30th Floor, 40 Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London E14 5NR. +44(0)203 102 7966

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