Passionate about Immigration Law?
We are a friendly, expanding Legal 500 niche immigration law firm with a solid international reputation and a great team of supportive immigration experts, highly ranked in major legal guides. We value accuracy, learning and a friendly, responsive service.
Based near the creative hubs of Shoreditch and the Silicon Roundabout, as well as the city, our boutique practice advises over a wide range of UK commercial and personal immigration matters, working with an impressive local and global client base. This is a superb opportunity to progress and develop within an open and supportive team.
In a firm where we value collaborative working and learning rather than hierarchies and barriers, we like to foster careers built on intellectual curiosity, continuous technical training, work of the highest quality and everybody contributing towards business growth, spotting opportunities, networking, writing articles and making a name for themselves as well as the firm.
We are always happy to hear from immigration specialists who pride themselves on thoroughness and creativity and are keen to progress in a friendly, fast-paced boutique immigration practice. Do email email@example.com with your CV and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience if you would like to discuss working with us.
“Boutique immigration firm Vanessa Ganguin Immigration Law fields a strong team of ‘incredibly knowledgeable’ lawyers, well-equipped to handle work ranging from sponsor licence applications and processing issues to global talent visa procurement and support on takeovers, mergers, and downsizings. Founder and managing partner Vanessa Ganguin advises on all aspects of corporate and personal immigration, with particular strength in advising clients in the finance, fintech, engineering, media and entertainment, and sport sectors. Senior counsel Philip Trott brings a wealth of experience acting for clients including entrepreneurs, start-ups, and charities, and on matters extending to complex appeals and national security cases.”
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