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Business immigration lawyers in London and Thames Valley

Our fully qualified immigration lawyers provide advice to a variety of industry sectors, from multinational organisations sponsoring skilled workers to SME’s looking to set up roots in the UK.

Our business immigration team has a wealth of experience in the provision of immigration services to all manner of corporate clients.

We assess your needs, goals and eligibility whilst carefully listening to any concerns. Our experience in complex immigration cases ensures we can provide you with a full service to cover all your immigration needs. We are based in London and Reading and can consult with you in person or remotely.

“The team makes it very easy to ask questions and understand the advice given.” 

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Key contacts

Monica Atwal

Managing Partner

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+44 118 960 4605

Rebecca Hone

Senior Associate

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+44 20 7539 8019

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“Invariably extremely knowledgeable, efficient, well-prepared and delightful to work with. Cannot rate them too highly.”

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