Aliya Rimshelis

Immigration Lawyer

About Aliya

Aliya Rimshelis is an OISC accredited immigration adviser with experience in UK immigration law. She has a proven track record of successfully managing projects, meeting deadlines and producing positive results.

Aliya Rimshelis specialises in UK immigration law and EU law, in particular, she has an experience in further leave to remain applications and entry clearance applications such as UK family migration application s (e.g. spouse visas, child of a settled parent), EEA applications, business immigration applications, such as Global Talent visa (which replaced Exceptional Talent category), Skilled Worker visas, Sponsor Licence application, Investor, Innovator and Start-up; settlement, indefinite leave to remain and naturalisation applications. Aliya is also assisting senior caseworkers with complex cases and appeal matters.

Aliya provides clients with support during same-day service appointments in the Home Office and she has demonstrated high standards of client care.

Aliya is fluent in English and Russian languages.

Completed training:

  • CPD Activity: reading Appendix A update
  • DT 1675: Getting started in business immigration law
  • ILPA DT 1674: It’s all about the money: financial requirements of the rules
  • Workshop: Immigration Applications July 2016 JCWI
  • ILPA DT 1672: Family migration: Appendix FM
  • DT 1660: Tier 1 investors and entrepreneurs
  • Workshop: EEA Application Preparation – Residence Cards and Marriage of Convenience and Appeal rights
  • Immigration & Public Law Presentation Evening
  • The settlement provisions including naturalisation & registration as British Citizen
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