We are delighted to announce the launch of our specialist immigration law practice, led by Hamza Malik, Senior Associate.
Hamza joins Taylor Vinters with a strong reputation for providing commercial advice to employers and senior executives on all aspects of immigration law.
Our new practice will enable innovative and entrepreneurially-minded multi-national corporations, emerging companies, charities, social ventures and senior executives to hire the talent they need to shape a better world. More information about our range of immigration services is available here.
We are committed to understanding what our clients want and continually innovate and adapt to provide the best solutions. As the business world begins to open once again, employers will be recruiting from global talent pools and senior executives will seek to relocate to take on fulfilling leadership roles. However, they will be doing so amidst a more complex legal landscape, with a new immigration system and new rules for EU nationals working in the UK (and vice versa), following Brexit.
We are more than a legal firm; we are advisors and catalysts for growth in the innovation economy.
Dom Holmes, Head of Employment, says: “I am delighted to welcome Hamza to Taylor Vinters. We have listened to our clients and the decision to offer high quality immigration law support fulfils one of our strategic priorities for this year. It is an exciting move for us as we look to diversify the range of services we offer, in line with our core aim of helping employers get the best from their workforces globally.”
Hamza Malik says: “I am excited to be joining the highly reputed team at Taylor Vinters to provide immigration support as a part of their core offering. UK Immigration law has seen various changes over the years, with the most significant one being the end of the Brexit transition period. This has led employers and individuals to grapple with new rules and changed terminology. I hope to use the excellent platform Taylor Vinters offers to provide immigration support to employers to better understand these new rules, address the challenges they bring, fix problems and create opportunities to ensure continued access to global talent”.