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J.M. Wilson Solicitors has excelled in providing expert legal assistance since 1991. Highly professional staff are friendly and offering expertise in:
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    Join our expanding immigration team

    We are seeking a level 2 immigration accredited caseworker to join an ever busy and expanding immigration department.

    We have been the leading solicitors in challenging the introduction of the English Language requirement for spouses, the controversial Minimum Income Requirement and more recently the unfair deport first and appeal later certification process applied to foreign prisoners.

    We are committed to helping those that need assistance in navigating themselves through one of the fastest evolving areas of law and pride ourselves on giving good, honest, and professional advice. We hold a number of free advice sessions to those that need guidance in both asylum and immigration law.

    Given the growing demand in the immigration sector we are now looking to expand and welcome someone who wants to grow with us.

    The applicant must be competent in conducting all tasks permitted under the Law Society Level 2/OISC Level 3 accreditation. They should have wide experience in lodging asylum and human rights claims and appeals. They should be able to work under pressure and be able to carry out research and instruct experts and Counsel.  Additionally they should also have a good knowledge and understanding of the changes to immigration and asylum law and practice and the Tribunal Procedure Rules. The ideal candidate should be familiar in working with multicultural communities and vulnerable and destitute clients.

    Salary will be competitive and dependant on experience.

    If you, or anyone you know might be interested then please send your CV to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it