Immigration Advisory Service goes into administration

It appears that the Immigration Advisory Service (IAS) has gone into administration.

IAS is a national charity providing legally aided and low cost privately funded immigration, asylum and nationality advice and representation, operating from 29 locations in England, Wales and Scotland.

The Law Society Gazette carried the story, which was confirmed by an LSC spokesperson, although the IAS itself has not yet issued a statement.

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