Healthcare Services

NiaMedic provides conventional medicine integrated with proprietary Medicinal Cannabis treatments in an innovative and disruptive new model of care.

The Medical Cannabis treatments are integrated as part of conventional overall care based on research backed medical protocols. It includes ongoing case management for the patients in which the medical team monitors patient's medical condition, adjusts dosages and strains/products while avoiding/minimizing side effects and meeting predefined treatment goals.

The entire treatment process, including medication, results, and aftercare, is documented in NiaMedic’s integrated research platform – aggregating High Quality Data. This creates an extensive archive of knowledge from which to leverage, develop, and improve the medical protocols, ensuring better treatment for our patients. 

NiaMedic’s team of specialists’ physicians (Geriatric, Pain Management, Neurology, Psychiatry, Rehabilitation, Rheumatology, Orthopedics, and Oncology), nurses and paramedical staff provides a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach, considering a variety of factors prior to treating with Medical Cannabis.

NiaMedic aims to meet the needs and concerns of our patients, focusing on improving quality of life in their older years. The elderly have specific needs, from debilitating diseases and multiple conditions, making dedicated care and attention to detail our utmost priorities.

Different Medical Areas

Application Preparation & Submission


The work involved in the preparation of each individual visa or immigration application varies from case to case. The exact scope of work that we undertake will be set out in a client engagement letter which you will have an opportunity to review and approve before instructing us to prepare your visa or immigration application. You may wish to prepare your application yourself and have it checked by an immigration barrister before submission. This can also be arranged, based on your individual needs. However, if you instruct us to prepare an application for entry clearance, leave to remain or settlement, for example, we will:

  • Provide you with a dedicated and experienced immigration solicitor to work on your matter.
  • Accurately identify the type of immigration application you should make and how your application should be structured for success.
  • Advise you as to the requirements of the rules for your immigration application, as well as any relevant Home Office policies and case-law.
  • Detail the documentary evidence that you will need to submit in support of your immigration application. This will include instructions on how to format these documents correctly.
  • Check all of your supporting documents for compliance issues and advise you as to any necessary changes.
  • Complete all necessary immigration application form(s).
  • Draft a witness statement in support of your application (this detailed personal statement, which you must sign, will explain the factual basis for your application.
  • Draft a "Lawyer's Opinion" in support of your application. This expert legal opinion, prepared by your solicitor, will set out all of the requirements and explain to the Home Office why your application should be approved.
  • Prepare your application for submission to the Home Office.
  • Arrange for an independent check of your completed immigration solicitor to independently check your completed immigration application by a second solicitor, prior to submission to the Home Office.
  • Scan your approved application ready for submission to the Home Office.
  • Provide professional advice throughout the process of preparing your application, by email, telephone or in-person as required.
  • Submit your application to the Home Office on your behalf.
  • Act as your legal representative for all correspondence with the Home Office, up to and including receipt of their decision.
  • Provide professional advice as to the next steps once you have received a decision on your immigration application.
In some cases, and with your written consent, we may also undertake additional legal work, such as:
  • Making a Subject Access Request to the Home Office for disclosure of your immigration file.
  • Helping you to obtain evidence from third parties (banks, accountants, doctors) by preparing draft letters for the third-parties to complete.
  • Helping you to prepare a business plan in support of a business immigration application.
  • Helping you obtain expert reports in support of your application.
  • Accompanying you to Home Office interviews, if the Home Office requests you attend.
How Long Will My Application Take? The time it can take to prepare an immigration application depends on several factors, including:
  • The nature of the application and the complexity of the case
  • The amount of supporting evidence required to support the application
  • Whether you are applying with dependents (children or elderly parents)
  • Your personal immigration history or that of your dependents
If possible, we recommend you allow six to eight weeks to prepare an immigration application correctly. We can sometimes complete an application more quickly if urgent. We will discuss your target application date with you in the early stages of the process and will only take your case on if we are sure that we can meet that deadline. Please note: We cannot guarantee how long the Home Office will take to process your application. The Home Office service standard for in-country applications is:
  • Eight weeks via the standard application process
  • Five working days via the priority service
  • 24-Hours via our priority service
Applications Submitted Outside the UK If applying from outside the UK, you should receive a visa application decision within three weeks of attending your appointment at the visa application centre, or within 12 weeks of applying to join your family in the UK. Most visa application centres also offer a range of priority and premium services. These can significantly speed up the decision-making process. Please ask about about our Priority Service options if a quick decision is required.




Initial Consultation Meetings


Initial consultation meetings are an opportunity for our solicitors to have a detailed discussion with you about your immigration issue and options.

Whether you need help with a new application, an extension to an existing visa, or to challenge an unfair Home Office immigration decision, our award-winning team are on hand to walk you through the process.

Meetings usually last around 60-minutes and can take place at one of our UK offices, over the phone, or via a Zoom or Google Meet or Skype call.

During the consultation, your solicitor will ask a series of key questions and answer any concerns you might have. They will then present your options to you and the most appropriate route to take in light of your personal circumstances.

After Your Initial Consultation

Following your consultation, your solicitor will provide you with a full written summary of what was discussed during the meeting, as well as a quote for any additional legal work you may want us to carry out on your behalf.

You will be under no obligation to appoint UK Immigration Solicitors to your case.




Application Checking Service


Avoid Errors. Avoid a Refusal. 15% of immigration applications are rejected because of avoidable errors. Our checking service is a cost-effective way of ensuring that your application has been completed properly and includes all of the necessary and correctly-formatted documents neded to satisfy the requirements of the immigration rules. If you choose to prepare your immigration application yourself, our team of highly-qulified solicitors can check application and advise you on changes you will need to make, or any missing evidence you still need to include, before you submit your application to UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) If you instruct UK Immigration Solicitors to check your application, we will:

  • Provide you with a qualified immigration solicitor to work on your case.
  • Cross-reference your application agains the strict requirements, rules and current Home Office policy.
  • Check your completed application form and all supporting documentation, hilighting any errors or omissions that need to be corrected.
You will then be free to make any necessary changes yourself, or instruct us to do this on your behalf - for added peace-of-mind.




Appeal Preparation & Representation


UK Immigration Solicitors prepare appeals against unfair decisions made by the Home Office and provide representation at appeal hearings. In order to do this, we will work directly with you or your business, here in the UK and overseas. With our extensive experience and professional step-by-step guidance, you can:

The work involved in preparing and presenting an individual immigration appeal varies from case to case. However, if you instruct us to prepare an appeal we will, for example:
  • Provide you with a dedicated and experienced immigration solicitor to work on your appeal.
  • Advise you on the merits or challenges of your appeal based on the requirements of the immigration rules, as well as any relevant Home Office policies and case-law.
  • Complete and lodge the relevant notice(s) of appeal on your behalf.
  • Draft detailed grounds of appeal in support of your appeal.
  • Advise you on the documentary evidence required in support of your immigration appeal.
  • Check all of your supporting documents for compliance issues and advise you as to any changes that may be necessary.
  • Draft your witness statement, which you must sign, in support of your immigration appeal.
  • Draft additional witness statements for witnesses who will give evidence at your appeal hearing.
  • Draft an argument that supports your immigration appeal.
  • Prepare and scan indexed and numbered appeal bundles for submission to the Home Office and Tribunal.
  • Serve your immigration appeal documents on the Home Office and Tribunal.
  • Provide you with representation by a dedicated and experienced immigration solicitor at your immigration appeal hearing.
  • Act as your solicitor for all correspondence with the Home Office and Tribunal, up to and including receipt of the decision on your immigration appeal.
  • Provide you with professional legal advice throughout the process of preparing and presenting your immigration appeal, via email, telephone or in-person as required.
  • Advise you as to the next steps once you have received a decision from the Home Office.
In addition to preparing and presenting immigration appeals before a Tribunal, our immigration solicitors also regularly provide the following services:
  • Advice as to the merits and challenges of appealing against immigration decisions of the Upper Tribunal.
  • Applications for permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal against immigration decisions.
  • Preparation and presentation of immigration appeals before the Court of Appeal.
  • Advice as to the merits and challenges of applying for an Administrative Review.
  • Applications for an Administrative Review.
  • Advice as to the merits and challenges of applying for a Judicial Review.
  • Drafting of Letters before a claim in advance of Judicial Review proceedings.
  • Applications for Judicial Review.
  • Representation at Oral Permission Hearings in Judicial Review matters.
  • Representation at Judicial Review hearings.
  • Representation at immigration bail hearings.
How Long Will My Immigration Appeal Take? We cannot guarantee how long it will take for your appeal to be heard. If you appoint UK Immigration Solicitors, your appeal will be lodged within any time limits set out by law. It is possible that the Home Office may decide to retract their refusal decision based on our arguments. If they do not, however, it is likely to take between 6 and 12 months for your appeal to be listed for hearing. Different stages and types of appeals can take more time than others. Appealing is not always the most appropriate way of challenging an unfair immigration decision. In some cases, a new application can be a quicker or more cost-effective solution. If this is true of your case, we will let you know.