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Leaders in immigration and employment law

Magrath Sheldrick LLP is a top ranked law firm providing immigration and employment law advice and assistance to clients from around the world.

Headquartered in central London, we have one of the UK's most successful business immigration practices, providing UK, US and Global immigration solutions to some of the world's leading businesses and private individuals.

Our mission is to provide innovative, high-touch advice and assistance to a diverse range of businesses and private clients.

We are privileged to work with a vast range of clients, from the world’s largest financial institutions and global conglomerates to private individuals, businesses and celebrities. All are valued and cared for in line with their specific needs and, drawing on many years experience, we guarantee that our clients get outstanding support from the right team of specialist solicitors. We use cutting-edge technology, coupled with a devotion to highly personalised client care, to deliver service excellence, every time. Our highly skilled immigration and employment teams have extensive experience of representing UK and international employers and senior executives across a range of industry sectors.


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New Innovator and Start-Up Schemes

At the end of March 2019, the Government presented a Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules (House of Commons paper 1919) which, inter alia, introduced two new routes of entry to the UK for foreign nationals wishing to establish new businesses in the UK: Start-Up and Innovator. Introduced under a new Appendix W to…

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Shengen Visa

Visiting Europe after Brexit

At present, and up until the date the UK leaves the EU, British citizens may travel visa free with no limit to the number of days spent in an EU country or Schengen Member State. This is because freedom of movement is one of the four pillars of the Single Market. In case of a…

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International Business Visitors

EU Settlement Scheme Fully Open

The EU Settlement Scheme was formally launched on 30 March 2019 following two “beta” test phases since August 2018. Friday 29 March was of course  supposed to be the official “Brexit day” after the two-year Article 50 notice period, although the current parliamentary impasse means that the date has been delayed to 12 April at…

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