Lubica Wilson

Associate – Immigration and Family Law

Luba qualified as a solicitor in June 2014, however she has been building her experience in UK immigration law since 2008.

Luba has a specialist experience in Tier 2 and sponsor licence applications. She provides guidance to corporate clients on illegal working, assisting with the Home Office audits, and Brexit related issues. Luba’s expertise is particularly invaluable to overseas clients looking to set up in the UK.

Luba often teams up with our Employment Law department to resolve any workplace issues that stem from running your business with an immigration element.

Luba also regularly advises to clients applying for visa as Investors, Entrepreneurs or within the Exceptional Talent category, as well as visa through the Family route and applications made for EEA nationals and their family members.

For any enquiries in regards to Tier 4 sponsorship and Student visa, Luba is your best shot.

Although predominantly an immigration law practitioner, Luba also has experience in assisting her clients with family law related issues.

Luba is regulated by the SRA and is an Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association member.

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