I am a paralegal working in the immigration department.
I understand that negotiating your way through the visa system can seem complicated. I also understand the need for good quality and easily-understandable advice to help our clients through.
I will always work to the best of my abilities to ensure that my clients fully understand the process and are kept up to date with the progress of their applications.
Before coming to work at the firm, I worked at Freedom From Torture, arranging therapy appointments for survivors of torture. I also volunteered at a local charity providing legal advice to those who could not qualify for legal aid. I previously worked at Amnesty International, campaigning and researching on human rights issues.
I completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Northumbria in June 2017, passing with a Commendation. I graduated from BPP Law School with a Graduate Diploma in Law (Commendation) in 2010. I hold a First Class Honours BA in Hispanic and Slavonic Studies from Nottingham University in 1998.
I am fluent in Spanish and have a working knowledge of French.