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Corporate Immigration solicitor – Vacancy

Are you looking for a new challenge? Do you want to work flexibly?
We are currently looking for a Corporate Immigration Solicitor.

We are offering a flexible opportunity for a Solicitor with a particular expertise in Corporate Immigration Law within our stunning London based office. The vacancy is for a qualified solicitor with at least 2 years corporate immigration law experience, who has a client following. The position would ideally suit someone looking to work part time.

The successful candidate will be equipped to support business and individual clients on a range of corporate and personal immigration matters. Some business development experience and an existing network of local contacts would be ideal to continue to develop our Corporate Immigration Law services.

Main responsibilities will include assisting clients with: sponsor licence applications, Skilled worker and T5 (Temporary Worker) visa, PBS dependant applications, Visitor visas, Innovator and Start up visas, Investor visas, ILR applications and naturalisation application.

There is a competitive package on offer, and the opportunity to work in a growing organisation where you can add value, and be part of the continuous growth.

If you’re interested in applying, please send your CV and a covering letter, indicating your expected salary to Vandana Dass: v.dass@davenportsolicitors.com

Application deadline: 29 June 2021

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