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Anne Morris

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Managing Director - Immigration Lawyer, Global Mobility Specialist


Anne has worked in immigration for over 20 years, starting her career in the Home Office.

After training to become a solicitor, Anne worked at two top immigration firms gaining insight into delivering comprehensive, informative support both to individuals and commercial organisations.

Since establishing DavidsonMorris in 2005, Anne has developed the firm into one of the UK's leading providers of specialist immigration legal services. From offices in London, Cambridge and Aberdeen, Anne leads a growing team with particular immigration expertise in sectors including tech, oil and gas, financial services, health, education, hospitality and sports. 

Anne is proud of the team of immigration experts that she has recruited, bringing together professionals from a background in both HR and the Home Office. This positions the DavidsonMorris team uniquely to partner with in-house administrative departments to successfully support and streamline their immigration processes.

London: Human resources


Within: Immigration

Specialist immigration firm DavidsonMorris¬†provides strategic mobility advice and managed UK immigration services to international and UK-based organisations across the financial services, technology, hospitality, health and social care, education, sports and oil and gas sectors. ¬†It also stands out for its experience in advising on civil penalties. Cennox, Gordon Ramsay Group, University of York, London Stock Exchange, Sage Publishing, Distell International and Renault F1 are clients. Compliance specialist Jemima Johnstone¬†leads the sponsor licence team and managing partner Anne Morris¬†is ‚Äėfirst-rate‚Äô.

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