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SOPHIE BARRETT-BROWN

LAURA DEVINE SOLICITORS

An immigration expert with twenty years’ experience in all aspects of United Kingdom immigration and nationality law and EU free movement law, Barrett-Brown heads up the transatlantic firm’s UK practice and its HNW private client offering. This year has been… Read More

PHILIP BARTH

WITHERS

A well-connected immigration specialist who knows his way around a balance sheet, Barth works with the ‘usual suspects’ — family offices, wealth managers, private banks — helping clients creatively to acquire visas and maintain their qualifying investments, and become eligible… Read More

KATHRYN BRADBURY

PAYNE HICKS BEACH

It is a busy year for Kathryn Bradbury, with clients ranging from owners of high-end fashion labels to family members of foreign government ministers. She works across the spectrum of UK immigration, with particular expertise in HNW cases under the… Read More

LAURA DEVINE

LAURA DEVINE SOLICITORS

  The Statue of Liberty may still beckon newcomers, belying how tricky US immigration has become since 1886 — but it needn’t be so difficult when a good lawyer lights the way. Laura Devine, founder and principal partner at the… Read More

ROGER GHERSON

GHERSON

‘It’s a more complex world today — the high net worths have become a political game,’ says Gherson. The Johannesburg-born, UK-educated lawyer founded his immigration practice in 1988, and quickly accumulated a large Asian clientele in the post-Tiananmen Square years,… Read More

JURGA MCCLUSKEY

DELOITTE

High net worth individuals are usually cash rich, but time poor, so they are very keen to have the right strategy as to how they can move around the world, while looking after their business affairs without too many complications,’… Read More

JULIA ONSLOW-COLE

PWC LEGAL

It has been a turbulent year for immigration, where the global refugee crisis and political fallout has rocked nations worldwide requiring PwC ‘s global head of immigration’s immense leadership. Recently the chair at a UNCHR conference on refugees, she has… Read More

KAMAL RAHMAN

MISHCON DE REYA

London isn’t just about non-dom status,’ says Rahman, head of Mishcon’s immigration group. ‘More and more people are coming here… and the needs of those clients are getting more sophisticated and diverse,’ she says, citing property, schools, business and staff,… Read More

NICOLAS ROLLASON

KINGSLEY NAPLEY

There is a political debate in parliament on whether the ‘super-rich should get special treatment’ via the investor visa route, Rollason says, against the backdrop of Europe’s crisis. ‘It’s made the contrast between the very wealthy and the very vulnerable… Read More

PHILIP TROTT

BATES WELLS BRAITHWAITE

‘Behind every HNW and UHNW is a human being — and behind every human being is a set of facts,’ says Trott. ‘Every client has a solution to a problem that may be more easily solved than by throwing money… Read More