NQ Immigration Solicitor

City of London, England
09 Aug 2017
06 Sep 2017
Will Tear
Job Type
Global Mobility
Contract Type
Full Time

An international law firm has a brand new requirement for an Immigration Solicitor, to focus on providing advice on a range of corporate and HNW immigration issues. The practice works closely with the firms employment department have a fantastic reputation for the high quality service they provide to their clients, particularly on employment based immigration queries.

As an Immigration Solicitor your responsibilities will include:

  • Provide advice on corporate immigration, specifically on Points Based System
  • Act as a main point of contact for private clients, particularly focusing on the tier 1 visa category
  • Manage your own caseload of corporate clients
  • Maintain and develop client relationships by working closely with other practice areas to cross-sell firm services.
  • Regularly undertake audits on behalf of organisations regarding UK legalisation
  • Regularly visit client sites to provide advice on legislation changes
  • Liaise directly with the UK border Agency

Ideally you will be a newly qualified solicitor from a top ranked immigration chambers firm. NQ solicitors will also be considered. Candidates who have not been specialist within immigration but have undertaken a seat as part of their training contract and would be interested to developing a career within the field will also be considered. Strong academics are a preferred. Additional language skills, particularly Russian or Mandarin would also be advantageous.

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to move in to a growing area of law for a highly regarded practice.

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