Wilson Solicitors LLP

Immigration: Human Rights, Asylum and Deportation Department

London (Firms)
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Wilsons Immigration team consists of 7 partners, 20 solicitors and 17 caseworkers. Collectively we have enormous experience. The immigration team has been at the heart of the firm for more than 30 years.

We handle all aspects of immigration, nationality law and refugee and human rights protection.

Much of our immigration work is privately funded and clients are offered reasonable hourly rates and fixed fees. We have a dedicated appointments secretary for new clients the details of which are available on our website. 

Much of our private immigration work is relationship based and we seek solutions for all aspects of family migration including adoption and surrogacy.

We give clear advice in points based system applications.

The team has strong experience in deportation work, both in representations to the Home Office and conducting appeals. We acted for Hesham Ali in the Supreme Court in 2016.

We continue to provide a full range of services and advice in connection with European free movement. We deliver effective advice to a considerable number of European citizens and other nationalities who now need to make plans in the light of Brexit.

Wherever possible we continue to carry out refugee protection work under the legal aid scheme. We have contracts with the Legal Aid Agency to provide advice and representation in Immigration Detention centres.

We continue to have a wide ranging appeals portfolio and have acted in around 200 appeals in the First-tier Tribunal in the last 12 months. 


Davies, Matthew (Head of Department)

Blakely, Russell

Brownbridge, Penny

Cooley, Zoe

Cundall, Lindsay

Foulner, Siobhan

Gonzalez, Ana

Hanley, Damian

Hanley, Michael

Henson, Rachel

Jones, Andrew

McKendry, Chris

Navarette, Marcela

Ni Chuinn, Aisling

O'Driscoll, Ed

Paramesvaran, Muhunthan

Powrie, Kirsten

Ralph, Laura

Ruddick, Elizabeth

Terenius, Emma

Tranchina, Giulia

Vasisht, Anita


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