Partner Ashlee Campbell is a Senior Immigration Accredited Advisor who has been working advising on all areas of Immigration Law since 2002. She has extensive experience with corporate immigration which includes Sponsor Licence applications for employers and education providers and all aspects of the Points Based system.
She can advise on the initial Sponsor Licence application, Reviews of refusal/reinstatement of Sponsor Licences, Highly Trusted Sponsor Licence applications, Intracompany transfers etc. She has particular experience with onsite compliance audits for companies and education providers and can advise on the audit of illegal working documents at companies and assist employers with defending criminal and civil penalties. She can advise both Education providers on Tier 4 compliance as well as students under Tier 4 of the Points Based system.
She also has extensive experience in dealing with appeals before the First Tier and Upper Tier Immigration Tribunals, Judicial Reviews, Court of Appeal applications and European Court of Human Rights applications.
Ashlee often deals with complex immigration matters for clients which include advice on the Points Based system, family applications, spouse/ unmarried partner/ civil partner visa applications; dependent relative visa applications, Naturalisation applications and Registration of children as British citizens. She also advised on applications for those people coming from the European Union, Asylum and Human Rights applications.
Ashlee Campbell is an Accredited Level 2 Senior Caseworker and Accredited Supervisor and has assisted countless asylum applicants over the years, particularly taking referrals from social services for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children. She is the Supervisor for the legal aid contract that Fisher Jones Greenwood LLP has been awarded by the Legal Aid Agency in order to undertake legally aided work in Asylum matters. Our legal aid contract also extends to assisting victims of domestic violence and victims of human trafficking and modern-day slavery, in their immigration applications.
Ashlee also has a teaching qualification and can provide in-house training and presentations to employers on UKBA compliance and illegal working. She is originally from South Africa where she studied law at the University of the Witwatersrand where she obtained her BA and postgraduate LLB in law.
Prior to leaving South Africa, she worked for a trade union where she specialised in employment law but has specialised in Immigration Law in the U.K. Ashlee is based at our Charter Court office.
We would like to thank you for all your efforts during our application to remain in the UK and appeal. We would not have won the appeal without your help.
Thank you for your support and professional services during such a stressful period. We gratefully appreciated your timely response to our many questions and requests. Many thanks to you and your team.