Levi Solicitors welcomes Vladimir Mikeljevic to their New Immigration department.

by | Dec 3, 2013 | Blog Posts

Levi Solicitors are proud to welcome Vladimir Mikeljevic to head up their new Immigration department.

Vladimir has been practising Immigration and Asylum Law since 1996. He has presented over 600 appeals in Immigration Tribunals and has experience in preparing numerous applications for visas, extensions of stay in the UK and settlement in all immigration categories, together with European law, nationality, human rights and asylum applications.

| Accreditations

Vladimir became accredited both as an Immigration Caseworker and a Supervisor as soon as the Immigration and Asylum Accreditation scheme was introduced in 2004. Vladimir is accredited to the highest level, level 3 (Immigration Law advanced) which is an accreditation level reserved only for those who the Law Society consider to have a high level of understanding of Immigration and Asylum and consistently deliver a high quality service to clients.

Vladimir is a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association and was recognised for “Outstanding Legal Practice” by the Good Lawyer guide in 2010 and 2012.

There are only 18 firms in England and Wales that have a solicitor accredited to Level 3 and Levi Solicitors is now proud to be one of them, Vladimir is one of the most experienced Immigration solicitors in the UK.

Levi Solicitors new Immigration department aims to provide straightforward, friendly, multilingual and strictly confidential expert advice, together with an exemplary client care service.

| Get in touch

We have offices in Leeds and London. We offer face to face appointments or if you’d prefer, appointments via Zoom, Skype or Teams. So, we are here for you no matter where you are based.

For any new enquiries, please email us at info@levisolicitors.co.uk or fill in the enquiry form. Alternatively, if you would prefer to telephone, please call 0800 988 7756.

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