Immigration Supervisor

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Based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, our client is actively looking to recruit a motivated Immigration Supervisor.

We are now seeking a driven Immigration Lawyer with IAAS Accredited Supervisor status to join a thriving department in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The successful supervisor will be overseeing the day to day management of a small team whilst managing a diverse caseload consisting of a range of immigration matters.


- Privately/publicly funded matters
- Advising clients detained in police stations, prison, detention centres and hospital
- Asylum and deportation cases
- Preparing bail applications
- Overstaying
- Leave to remain applications
- Criminal offences

The Candidate

- Applications are encouraged from paralegals, legal executives and solicitors of all levels
- Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme (IAAS) Accredited Supervisor status will be essential
- Solid understanding of all immigration matters
- Technically proficient and commercially aware

The Firm

With a strong network of offices in the north of England, our client delivers high-quality legal advice to individuals and businesses based locally and further afield. Staffed by a team of experts in immigration law they are dedicated to excellence in client care, offering cost-effective, efficient and pragmatic advice they deliver tailored solutions. With a growing and loyal client base, the firms’ Newcastle-upon-Tyne office is looking to recruit an ambitious Immigration Supervisor.


- Competitive salary
- Long-term career progression opportunities
- Career development training and mentoring
- Structured and supportive working environment

Immigration Supervisor

For further details of this Immigration Supervisor vacancy, please contact Siobhan quoting reference SL03562521.


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