EU workers should hold no special status in UK immigration law once the Brexit process is complete, the Cabinet agreed this week.
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Karma is an Associate Solicitor in our Immigration department, where she undertakes work in a broad range of fields.
Chambers & Partners recommends Karma as an ‘Associate to Watch’ in its 2017 rankings, noting that she “stands out for her ability in complex international surrogacy and partnership cases.”
Karma qualified as a solicitor in 2012, after completing her training contract at Fisher Meredith, where she remained until its merger with Bishop & Sewell. She previously worked part-time at Birnberg Peirce’s immigration team while completing her legal studies, and holds an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the LSE. Before embarking on her legal career, Karma lived in Italy for many years, where she worked as a newswire journalist and translator.
On 23 June 2016, Britain voted in a referendum and decided to end their membership with the EU. The primary issue of Brexit appears to be Immigration. We are yet to see what will happen to the rights of the European Union citizens.