Affiliates

 

We collaborate with affiliates to uphold the integrity and protection of immigrant rights. Whether they be businesses, non-profits or publications, we consciously side with those protective of immigrants and their advisers. 

 

While affiliates mean no more than connections to some, our relationships are not solely business-oriented. In fact, it is part of our collective responsibility to contribute to the competence of everyone involved in immigration law.

 

Both our affiliations and ourselves believe in cross-pollination, where we partner with:

  • HJT Training: Founded by Barristers David Jones and Mark Symes in 2003, they have trained people in NGOs, businesses, governments and local authorities. excelling at human rights, business issues, immigration, and employment law training.

 

  • The Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA) is a non-profit seeking to promote and improve representation. The organisation provides legal aid to immigrants and contributes to overall immigration policy development. Focusing on domestic and European immigration, asylum and nationality law, the ILPA upholds tolerance and an equitable immigration system. 

 

  • The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) is an independent charity influencing the migration debate. At the forefront of the fight against hate and fear, JCWI stands with vulnerable individuals by providing reliable, high-quality legal advice. Challenging unjust laws and practices are a part of their work while they improve the quality of advice elsewhere by training and capacity building. 

 

  • Freemovement.org is a blog, training provider and online discussion platform for developments in UK immigration law.

 

We also have our partners supporting us with their work:

 

  • GOOD LAW FIRM (GLF) is our partnering law firm that serves all types of clients including entrepreneurs, businesses, investors, and more.

 

To arrange a consultation with our lawyers, contact us by telephone at

 

 +44 207 720 2156, or by email at office@goodadviceuk.com.

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