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Head of Business Immigration Team


Head of Business Immigration Team


9.30am - 6.00pm

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Monday - Friday


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Purpose of Job:

A great opportunity has just arisen for an Immigration Solicitor at our Central London firm as Head of Department for Business Immigration.

The ideal candidate will be a Solicitor, with at least 3 years’ PQE gained in a reputable Immigration team or Level 3 accreditation would be highly advantageous and also fluent in the following languages 

Russian, Mandarin or Arabic

You must have excellent technical and communication skills. You will be commercially aware with strong leadership skills. You will be able to hit the ground running and be able to manage complex private and corporate immigration matters.

Prospects for career progression are exceptional, as is the quality of the immigration matters. The firm recognizes the importance of this hire and thus offers a real opportunity for personal and professional development. You will be joining a top ranked team going from strength to strength and a most impressive client portfolio.

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious Lawyer to join a young practice and play an integral role in its success and growth.

Responsibilities will include:

We are seeking a specialist, ambitious Immigration Lawyer to be part of our private and business immigration department in Central London. You will manage a busy caseload covering the following Applications:

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