Immigration law firm expands with new hires

Kate Gamester, Amrit Singh, Amie Higgins and Bridget Umoru

Nottingham’s OTB Legal, a UK immigration law firm, has hired two associate solicitors and a new paralegal.

Kate Gamester appointed as an associate solicitor offers expertise in business immigration, sponsor license management, compliance, and right to work checks.

She has worked with multinational corporations in various industries and is well-versed in UK Expansion Worker sponsor license applications.

Amie Higgins, another associate solicitor joining OTB Legal, is experienced in human rights and public law specialist.

Higgins provides advice and assistance in asylum and immigration law challenges, both privately and with legal aid where applicable, while also serves as a legal compliance consultant, offering training and support to lawyers and law firms on legal aid, quality standards, diversity and inclusion, and safeguarding.

Additionally, OTB Legal has brought Bridget Umoru on board as a paralegal.

Umoru holds qualifications from the Bar of England and Wales and has experience in offering practical and emotional support to vulnerable clients, as well as providing day-to-day assistance to solicitors, particularly in immigration and personal law matters.

Amrit Singh also joined the team as a solicitor in March this year.

OTB Legal’s Marcus Worthington said: “I’d like to extend a very warm welcome to Kate, Amie and Bridget – they’ll be key members of the team as we move forward and have extensive experience in immigration law.

“The high calibre of legal professionals we’re now attracting to OTB Legal is testament to our track record of getting the very best outcomes for our clients. I have no doubt that our new trio will build upon and enhance this tradition and their arrival is well-timed and builds momentum after our encouraging rankings in Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.”

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