Katherine Dennis, Knowledge Development Lawyer
Katherine is the Knowledge Development Lawyer for the firm’s highly regarded UK immigration team.
Katherine is the Knowledge Development Lawyer for the firm’s highly regarded UK immigration team. She has extensive experience 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. She regularly provides bespoke training for corporate clients on these issues.
Katherine also has a wealth of experience in advising high net worth individuals and their families with personal immigration matters and relocation to the UK. Her expertise includes advising on the Tier 1 routes and applications by family members of British citizens and settled persons. Katherine 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 both employers and individuals on EU law and particularly the implications of Brexit. She regularly presents and has written articles on a number of immigration law topics.
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
- Liaising with the Home Office on numerous occasions to secure successful visa applications for private clients in difficult circumstances
- Providing detailed analysis of a complex, historic nationality claim to enable client to make the appropriate application
- Presenting to a major global technology company and a highly-regarded UK university on the implications of Brexit for EEA national employees
New Global Mobility visa route – coming Spring 2022
A new Global Business Mobility visa route is launching in the Spring of 2022.
Summary of corporate immigration changes 2022
The Home Office has announced a raft of business immigration changes which will affect employers and workers alike.
Representative of an Overseas Business
Applicants can apply to enter the UK as a Representative of an Overseas Business (also known as a Sole Representative visa)
UK to end freedom of movement
Government proposal to end free movement for EU citizens on 31 October 2019 in the event of a No-Deal Brexit.