Katherine Dennis, Associate
Katherine provides advice to individuals and businesses on a wide range of UK immigration issues.
SummaryKatherine specialises in advising businesses on sponsorship of migrant workers under Tiers 2 and 5 of the Points-Based System and advises employers in relation to their sponsor licence obligations and right to work policies. Katherine frequently assists high net worth individuals and their families with personal immigration matters and relocation to the UK. Her expertise includes advising on the Tier 1 Investor and Entrepreneur routes, and family applications by partners of British and EEA citizens.
Katherine also specialises in British nationality law and advises clients on naturalisation and registration as a British citizen, as well as complex nationality issues
Katherine’s experience also includes advising on student applications under Tier 4 of the Points-Based System.
Katherine presents and has written articles on a number of immigration law topics. She also assists in providing bespoke in house training to clients on compliance and right to work issues.
Katherine is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Advising an international auction house in relation to right to work issues involving both immigration and employment law
- Successfully liaising with the Home Office to secure visa extensions for high net worth individuals in difficult circumstances
- Providing detailed analysis of a complex, historic nationality claim to enable client to make the appropriate application
- Presenting to a major technology company on the implications of Brexit for EEA national employees
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