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Immigration Associate

Immigration Associate

  • About the team: The UK practice works as one team across London, Milton Keynes and Scotland, managing a wide range of employment, immigration, pensions and reward matters.
  • About the role: The role on offer is primarily focused on corporate immigration, but the successful candidate can expect to work on a wide range of immigration applications.
  • Looking for: The role would be ideal for an experienced lawyer who is looking for an opportunity where they can develop their own business, within a strong existing practice.
  • Opportunities: The Dentons platform provides a fantastic opportunity for individuals to progress their career and be part of a growing practice.
  • And more: You will maintain client relationships, contribute to business development and thought leadership, raising your own profile and supporting the continued growth of the practice.

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