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Duncan Lewis Solicitors

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Vicash Ramikissoon

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Duncan Lewis Solicitors

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Business immigration.


Vicash is a director in the business and private immigration department at Duncan Lewis. His practice encompasses a wide area including advising high net worth individuals under the Tier 1 category to conducting complex appeals in the Administrative Court on British Nationality matters.

Vicash has a strong practice advising international businesses and high net worth individuals in complex Tier 1, 2 and 4 applications under the Points Based System (PBS). He regularly advises high net worth individuals from Asia, the Middle East and Russia in relation to obtaining visas under the Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) & Tier 1 (Investor) categories. He also specialises in Tier 2 sponsorship licence matters and advising businesses on their immigration strategy and compliance issues. He conducts immigration business claimant judicial review matters; in particular, challenges on behalf of Points Based System applicants.


Vicash qualified as a solicitor in 2001 and was made a partner-level director at Duncan Lewis in 2013. Prior to working at Duncan Lewis Vicash worked with one of the ‘Big Four’ accountancy firms.


Vicash is a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association (ILPA) and is accredited as a Level 2 Caseworker with the OISC.


Vicash received his LPB and LLB (Hons) from Southbank University

London: Human resources


Within: Immigration

Duncan Lewis Solicitors’ business immigration team is instructed by SME clients on a range of matters such as the PBS, sponsorship licence applications, and compliance. It also acts for high-net-worth individuals from Asia, Russia and the Middle East on Tier 1 and investor visas. The firm also handles a range of asylum, nationality, detention, deportation, bail, human rights, detention, Judicial Review, and trafficking cases for business, individual and vulnerable clients. Toufique Hossain handles Judicial Review cases involving immigration, EC Law, civil liberties and human rights matters. Jenna McKinney specialises in fast track cases, appeals, asylum, deportation and Judicial Review work. James Packer regularly handles unlawful detention cases. The business immigration department is headed by Ayan Yalchin, Vicash Ramikissoon, Tamana Aziz and Stefan Vnuk, (these last two having recently joined from LUPINS).

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