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Kathryn Bradbury

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Payne Hicks Beach

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Citizenship & Immigration


 Kathryn is partner and head of the Citizenship & Immigration department. Kathryn has practised across the spectrum of UK immigration, EU free movement and UK nationality law. She has extensive experience in applications under the Tier 1 Investor/Entrepreneur categories and associated applications for high net worth and high profile individuals. Her work in personal immigration extends to applications under the rules relating to partners, elderly relatives and children. She has significant expertise in applications for British citizenship and in worldwide citizenship by investment programmes.


Ghersons 2001-2015; joined Payne Hicks Beach as a Partner 2015.


Immigration Law Practitioners Association (Trustee)


LLB Hons 2000 

London: Human resources


Within: Immigration

Payne Hicks Beach’s citizenship and immigration department provides ‘clear and practical advice’ for high-net-worth individuals particularly from the US, the Middle East, India, Turkey and South America. It also advises UK companies across the arts, fashion, financial services, and the not-for-profit sectors on immigration requirements and obligations. Team head Kathryn Bradbury ’s ‘client service is second to none; she goes the extra mile to devise a solution for her clients, is extremely professional, and quickly puts any client at ease’; and is an ‘excellent tactician and this results in excellent outcomes for clients with even the most complicated cases’.

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