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Immigration: Human Rights, Asylum and Deportation - UK-wide
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Matthew specialises in all areas of immigration and nationality law.
Since qualification he has practised exclusively in immigration and asylum law. He has over 30 years of experience of a wide range of cases at all levels. His particular expertise is finding solutions for individuals with complex immigration problems.
Matthew’s current interests include family and partners, EU nationals post Brexit, skilled workers and Global Talent, human rights, citizenship, deportation, asylum, adoption and surrogacy. Whilst primarily advising individuals he also advises NGO'S, charities and employers. He has a long history of advising the LGBT+ community on immigration and refugee law.
Matthew is also a part-time Judge in the First Tier Tribunal
He studied at the University of Manchester and the London School of Economics where he gained a Masters in Law (LLM) with distinction. He joined Wilson Solicitors LLP as a trainee solicitor in 1990, qualifying as a solicitor in 1992. Matthew became a partner in the firm in 1997.
Matthew is a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association (ILPA)