The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement – does it make any difference to UK and EU immigration?
Ilda de Sousa
Kim covers all areas of business immigration. He has extensive experience of advising companies in the finance, media and technology sectors.
He has a particular interest in European free movement law and in the implications of Brexit for EU citizens living in the UK, and for their employers.
Kim is listed as a rising star in Legal 500 UK 2020.
Kim was a solicitor in the immigration team at CMS Cameron McKenna before completing a PhD in sociology and working as a social policy researcher at the Policy Studies Institute and the National Centre for Social Research. He returned to legal practice in 2015.
Kim is active in the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association and the European Immigration Lawyers’ Network and he is a member of the Law Society’s Immigration Law Committee. He is listed in The Legal 500 as a next generation immigration lawyer and in Who’s Who Legal as a corporate immigration expert.
Coram Conference 2018: Family lawyers in the dark where Brexit will take them, Family Law, 8 November 2018
Home Office tells Northern Ireland woman to prove she has the right to live in her native Belfast, Belfast Telegraph, 2 November 2018
Home Office tells Northern Irish woman to prove right to live in Belfast, The Guardian, 31 October 2018
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