Alexandra Mokrova

Immigration Lawyer

About Alexandra

Alexandra Mokrova is an OISC accredited immigration adviser with experience in UK immigration law. She has been working in Sterling Law Associates LLP since March 2019.  Alexandra is someone you can count on to deliver, never failing to impress our team and our clients with her interpersonal and communication skills. Alexandra always demonstrates high standards of client care.

Alexandra Mokrova specialises in UK immigration law, in particular, she has experience in business immigration applications, such as Global Talent visa, Skilled Worker visas, Sponsor Licence application, Innovator and Start-up; further leave to remain applications and entry clearance applications such as UK family migration applications (e.g. spouse visas, child of a settled parent), EU applications, settlement, indefinite leave to remain and naturalisation applications. She is also experienced in some other aspects of UK immigration law and EU law.

Areas of Expertise

  • Global talent
  • Sponsor licence
  • Family visas
  • British citizenship

Accreditation & Education

  • OISC level 1 Immigration advisor
  • LLB and LLM in Law (1st)
  • Author of 18 scientific publications in law

Recent cases

 

Global talent Endorsement granted within 24 hours upon submission of the application to the endorsing Body. Prepared and submitted the application on behalf of a young fintech specialist for the talent route although the applicant had around 5 years of experience and would rather qualify for the Promise route. The next day, the positive decision has been received and the client could settle in the UK within less than 3 years as he can combine his previous Tier 2 working visa and current global talent visa for ILR purposes.

 

Alexandra is fluent in English and Russian languages.

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