Evgenia Kabanova

Immigration Lawyer

About Evgenia

Evgenia has joined the firm as an Immigration Associate, primarily specialising in business and corporate migration, including Global Talent, Skilled Worker, T5 Temporary Worker, Start-Up, Innovator, Representative of an overseas business routes and Sponsor Licence applications.

Having always taken a keen interest in sponsorship licence matters and HR compliance, Evgenia has successfully represented both large corporations, including the UK’s top 20 accountancy firm, and smaller businesses in niche segments, including a luxury jewellery brand, a film production company and many start-ups in various business sectors.

Evgenia has also obtained endorsement under the Global Talent route for many clients in digital technology, fine arts and science & humanities. Global Talent cases require dedicated attention and unconventional approaches to secure endorsement – Evgenia’s clients consistently commend her tremendous effort, focus and professionalism in preparing endorsement applications.

Additionally, Evgenia is well equipped to assist clients with matters of UK family migration and applications for indefinite leave to remain for all categories. She also works in close collaboration with senior lawyers on complex appeals and applications outside the Immigration Rules.

Drawing on over 5 years of practical experience, Evgenia provides strategic consultancy and always strives to design an action plan tailored to the client’s circumstances. Having assisted many high-net-worth individuals, Evgenia excels at building rapport and meeting the unique needs of our most demanding clients.

Originally qualified to practice law in Russia, Evgenia has successfully completed a master’s degree in international commercial law, the Law Conversion Course and Legal Practice Course programs in the UK. She is fluent in Russian and English.

Areas of Expertise

  • PBS Applications
  • Business immigration
  • Family immigration
  • Human Rights applications
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