Ayesha Aziz


Ayesha qualified as a solicitor in April 2007 and has since practised exclusively in immigration, human rights and asylum, acquiring specialist expertise in these areas.

Ayesha is qualified as a Level 2 Senior Caseworker and Supervisor under the Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme.

Ayesha regularly finds solutions for individuals and businesses with complex immigration problems. She is experienced in the full range of immigration  areas, from asylum, human rights and further leave applications, applications ‘outside the rules’; entry clearance, settlement and naturalisation applications, refugee family reunion; EEA workers and family members rights; removal and deportation matters and bail applications.

Ayesha has dealt with judicial review applications and appeal matters to the Immigration and Asylum Chambers, both at First and Upper Tier Tribunals. 

Ayesha is best at finding the right solution to suit each client’s immigration problem. She will simplify complex legislation to make sure you understand your options and can make an informed decision.

In addition to legal practice in the UK, Ayesha has worked as Resettlement Expert with The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), mainly working with first hand Syrian refugees. Furthermore, she has done volunteer work as a lawyer in Lesvos, Greece, Moria camp with the European Lawyers In Lesvos (ELIL).

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