Overview

Our award-winning private client lawyers provide immigration legal advice to high net worth individuals looking to live in the UK, whether for work, study or family reasons. Our wider expertise in tax planning for non-UK domiciliaries allows us to provide practical advice to such individuals, ensuring that they can successfully navigate the UK’s tax system in conjunction with the UK’s immigration law.

Areas of focus

Our expertise in immigration legal advice includes the following:

  • Advising high net worth individuals on complex issues of UK immigration and tax law, particularly in relation to the Tier 1 Investor Visa. 
  • Advising EU nationals on their immigration rights, settlement and naturalisation as British citizens.

Please refer to our pricing and services details for further information.

Experience

Acting for a Middle Eastern family to successfully secure Tier 1 (Investor) Visa status for various members of the family, including assisting with an application for a main applicant with dependants as well as applications by adult family members relying on funding from the main applicant.

Assisting numerous clients to successfully secure Tier 1 (Investor) Visa status, including dealing with applications to switch to a Tier 1 (Investor) Visa from another category under the points based system.

Assisting Tier 1 (Investor) Visa holders with extension and settlement applications.

Assisting EEA nationals on applications to obtain Permanent Residence and naturalization as British citizens.

Meet the team
Suzanna Harvey

Suzanna Harvey Partner

  • Private Client Services
  • International Tax
  • International Trusts
Beatrice Puoti

Beatrice Puoti Partner

  • Head of Private Wealth
  • Private Client Services
  • International Tax and Trust
John Barnett

John Barnett Partner

  • Head of Private Client Services
  • Head of Partnerships
  • Tax

What others say...

They are an extremely efficient team, suited to the more complex higher-value matters, estate administration and clients with international affairs.
Chambers HNW 2018