Guppy Singh

Immigration Lawyer

Guppy believes that migration can help economic growth within the UK in terms of workers. He is very interested in filling in gaps of job vacancies, from highly-skilled workers to manual labour workers.  He believes in providing a service that facilitates people to come to the UK so they can contribute to our prosperous economy. He is also passionate about enabling individuals to lead a better life and experience more opportunity.

Background

Guppy has been interested in Law from an early age when he carried out work experience in an Immigration Law firm during his first year of University.

He has since completed his Law degree, postgraduate (LPC) and qualified as a Solicitor in 2016. Once he had qualified as a Solicitor, Guppy knew he wanted to specialise in Immigration law and therefore applied to work at IAS. Since working at IAS he has completed his Level 1 and 2 IAAS exams and thoroughly enjoys what he does.

Experience

Guppy has been working for IAS as an immigration solicitor since May 2017. He also works with partners to assist them in relation to a wide spectrum of immigration laws. He has amassed a huge amount of experience of the legal and judicial system through his education: in which he has completed a Law degree, postgraduate degree and has qualified as a Solicitor.

Qualifications

LLB Law Degree – University of Huddersfield

LPC – Nottingham Law School

Qualified Solicitor – admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in 2016

OISC Level 1

IAAS Level 1

IAAS Level 2

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