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English barristers CAN argue immigration cases in Scotland… so long as they don’t set foot there

English barristers CAN argue immigration cases in Scotland… so long as they don’t set foot there

A Scottish lawyer can represent a client in the immigration tribunal anywhere in the UK. The same is true of a Northern Irish lawyer. The same is true of a level 3 adviser registered with the Office of the Immigration ...

Iain Halliday is currently training to be an advocate (the Scottish equivalent of a barrister) at the Faculty of Advocates. Prior to this he worked as a solicitor at McGill & Co, a Scottish law firm specialising in immigration and nationality law.

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