Josephine Smith

Immigration Lawyer

Josephine Smith has been practising immigration law for over 7 years. She is OISC regulated at Level 3 (the highest level) and is accredited by the Law Society on the Immigration & Asylum Accreditation Scheme (IAAS) as a Level 2 Supervisor.

Areas of Expertise

  • High Net Worth applications
  • Business Immigration
  • Asylum & Humanitarian protection
  • Refusals & appeals

Josephine has broad experience in all categories of immigration law and concentrates on complex matters, including asylum, human rights issues and cases outside the immigration rules. Josephine‘s experience extends to all kinds of family visa applications, nationality, EEA and EU Settlement Scheme applications, Points Based System matters, appeals, administrative reviews and pre-action protocol.

Josephine has a track record of successfully dealing with cases of a complex nature. She had a key part in the preparation of the reported case LS v SSHD (Article 45 TFEU – derivative rights) [2018] UKUT 00426 (IAC), including drafting the initial grounds of appeal and preparing evidence for the final hearing.

Josephine provides an excellent level of immigration support to her clients and her advice is to a high standard.

Professional memberships & registrations:

  • OISC Level 3 (Office of Immigration Services Commissioner)
  • Accredited by the Law Society on the Immigration & Asylum Accreditation Scheme (IAAS) as a Level 2 Supervisor.
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