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I specialise in UK Immigration and nationality law acting for both individuals and corporates.

I joined Fladgate in 2021 as a senior associate having qualified as a solicitor in 2005. With over 16 years of experience advising on both ‘UK immigration and nationality law it has always been my focus to provide a distinctive client experience for both my corporate clients, their employees as well as individuals looking to work, invest, set up business or simply move to the UK to join loved ones.

With the world of UK Immigration law continuously evolving with new immigration routes, new rules and regular updates to guidance my expertise lies in mastering these changes to ensure my client’s move to the UK is as smooth and stress- free as imaginable.

Whilst working with individuals realising their relocation aspirations I also work very closely with businesses and their HR team to obtain sponsorship licences. ‘Accessing talent globally is increasingly important to remaining competitive therefore I take a very strategic and subjective approach to my client’s business needs making sure every international hire is a success.

Working in a full service law firm my client’s not only receive advice and support with their immigration needs but also have access to other services such as our Tax, corporate, employment and property specialists all of whom I work meticulously with and who help make my client’s move to the UK an easy and truly happy one.

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  • Successfully assisting businesses obtain new licences after allowing theirs to expire.
  • Successfully applied for settlement for an investor whose investment was not placed within the initial three months of entry.
  • Successfully registered children as British nationals born abroad to unmarried parents.
  • Successfully obtained British citizenship for an EU national who was not able to prove they were a qualified person during the qualifying five year period.
  • Successfully obtained British citizenship for an individual who exceeded the permitted absences.

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