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Corporate immigration specialist Nagesh Jain joins Azarmi Law

We welcome corporate immigration specialist Nagesh Jain to the Azarmi Law team. Nagesh joins us with over eleven years’ experience as a solicitor, the last five being with a leading UK law firm where he was largely responsible for carrying out all the firm’s...

Home Office announces wholesale changes to the Immigration Rules

by Sally Azarmi The Home Office has announced an overhaul of the ‘Pre-Brexit’ immigration system and introduced several new routes into the UK. This shift brings the UK’s system closer to that of Australia – the template the Government indicated it would be using...

Sally Azarmi (and Zeus) go walkies in support of access to justice

Sally Azarmi and her four-legged fundraiser Zeus are taking part in this year’s  London Legal Walkies on Saturday 23 April in Greenwich Park. They will be raising money for access to justice for vulnerable people who find themselves in great difficulty, needing a...

Azarmi Law moves offices to accommodate growing team

We have moved to 1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ. Our new premises reflect the need for more space prompted by the recent addition of paralegals Amran Abdi Kassim and Tamzin Impey to the team along with Ana Azarmi as the firm's first practice manager. Azarmi Law, which was...

Brexit – act now to keep your EEA employees working for you!

27 Jun 2016

As the shock result of Thursday’s referendum starts to sink in, don’t forget those who may be feeling most vulnerable at the moment – those employees who don’t know what the future holds and whether they will have to leave. If you have eligible EEA employees who have been in the UK for five years, you can encourage them to apply for permanent residence, and you might also consider applying for a Tier 2 sponsor license if you don’t already have one.

To find out more and to enable you to be there for your employees feeling the full uncertainty of Brexit, call Sally Azarmi on +44(0) 7824 348363 or email me at: sally@azarmilaw.co.uk

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