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Vanessa Ganguin and Philip Trott highly ranked in Chambers UK again

Vanessa Ganguin and Philip Trott have again been ranked highly for Business Immigration in Chambers and Partners UK legal directory.

According to Chambers UK 2022, “Vanessa Ganguin is especially knowledgeable in the handling of immigration matters for entertainment industry clients. Her work includes securing Tier 5 creative worker visas, as well as providing sponsor licence compliance advice.”

One testimonial adds: “a knowledgeable and efficient expert in the field. She always has her finger on the pulse, and is always keeping us well informed on our obligations and any statutory changes.”

As well as ranking Vanessa Ganguin in Band 3 for Immigration: Business, Philip Trott is ranked as one of three Senior Statespeople in the field, along with Chris Magrath and Graeme Kirk.

The guide says: “a longstanding leader in immigration law, Philip Trott advises on the full gamut of immigration issues, from sponsor licence applications to matters regarding Tier 2 visas. He represents a diverse list of clients including international companies, charities and non-profit organisations.”

According to testimonials the directory collected, Philip is “a guru in this area” and  “excellent at what he does.”

Along with accolades in other legal directories, Vanessa and Philip also feature in Chambers and Partners guide to the top professional advisers to high net worth individuals and organisations in the Chambers High Net Worth guide.

According to the latest Chambers High Net Worth “Senior Statesperson Philip Trott is described by a market commentator as the ‘doyen of immigration’ and an ‘incredibly experienced practitioner.’ Another interviewee says that Trott ‘has forgotten more immigration law than most people know,’ and adds that ‘he is a real expert.’”

The guide to leading lawyers for international private wealth adds: “Vanessa Ganguin of Vanessa Ganguin Immigration Law handles a wide range of immigration matters, including assisting clients with British citizenship applications. ‘She is very good, she has a very sharp legal brain and is a thorough thinker,’  says a source, adding: ‘She can bring the full toolkit to bear on a problem.’