"Robert is very knowledgeable on UK immigration and provides straight-to-the-point legal guidance."

Chambers & Partners, 2022

"Robert Houchill represents corporate clients on an array of immigration and nationality matters. He has notable experience handling applications for visas and Tier 2 sponsor licences ahead of major sporting events and competitions."

Chambers UK 2021

"Robert provides timely and comprehensive responses to my myriad of questions, and a step-by-step overview of immigration processes."

Chambers UK 2021

"Robert is excellent - very thorough, detail-oriented, and clear in his communications. He knows the space inside out and makes it easy to navigate."

Chambers UK 2021

Robert has extensive experience of assisting individuals and organisations with their UK immigration and nationality matters.

Robert’s experience covers all kinds of immigration and nationality applications but with a particular emphasis on corporate immigration matters, and helping high net worth individuals.

Robert often helps organisations with sponsor licence applications and advises on immigration compliance issues. He has also worked with organisations to challenge UKVI decisions following sponsor licence suspensions and revocations.

Prior to joining Kingsley Napley in March 2019, Robert worked for five years at law firms in London, including Gherson and Bates Wells Braithwaite, and at a Russian law firm in St Petersburg for two and a half years.

recent work

  • advising a leading sportsperson in relation to entering the UK to take part in an event; 
  • advising a large corporate client in relation to the impact of UKVI enforcement action for sponsor licence breaches;
  • assisting with an application by an individual who had previously been refused on the basis of alleged deception; 
  • helping organisations establish their operations in the UK and obtaining visas under the representative of an overseas business category;
  • giving presentations to organisations on corporate immigration; and
  • advising an international businessperson in relation to a naturalisation application where their absences from the UK were in excess of the permitted number.



  • Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (ILPA)

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