Michael Carter

Legal Assistant

About Michael:

Michael joined Sterling Law in 2017 after successfully completing his LLB (Hons) Law and LLM Human Rights and Public International Law degrees.

He has a particular interest in asylum and humanitarian protection cases, and cases that raise complex human rights issues. Since joining Sterling Law, Michael has further developed his knowledge and expertise in a wide range of immigration issues.

Michael has extensive experience in corporate immigration law, having successfully worked on sponsor licenses, skilled worker, and Tier 1 Entrepreneur and Investor applications. Michael is also knowledgeable of Global Talent, Innovator, and Start-Up visa routes too.

Since joining the firm, Michael has gained experience working on complex immigration matters and appeals to both the First-Tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal whilst also assisting senior immigration lawyer, Oksana Demyanchuk.

Michael has a thorough and meticulous approach towards his work and always strives to provide the best possible assistance to his clients. Michael is committed to his clients and has a desire to always ensure a positive result is achieved.

He is accredited by the Law Society as a Trainee Casework Assistant, successfully passing the exam in 2020 and is currently working towards qualifying as a solicitor.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Human Rights
  • Asylum and Humanitarian Protection
  • Corporate and Business Immigration
  • Family Migration
  • Naturalisation
  • Appeals

Professional Memberships & Registrations:

  • IAAS Level 1 Caseworker
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