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Oshin Shahiean

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Immigration

Position

Co-Founder & Managing Partner

Based at OTS’s St Paul’s office in central London, Oshin has a dual role of Managing Partner and immigration solicitor. Since its inception in 2014, under Oshin’s guidance and leadership, OTS Solicitors has become a leading UK immigration law firm. His knowledge and experience in his chosen fields of law led to Oshin being awarded the status of Senior Business Immigration Adviser with supervisory status, by the Law Society. He is highly experienced in complex immigration judicial reviews and cases involving points based immigration, asylum and human rights.

Career

Oshin has a particular passion for immigration and human rights law. Since founding OTS Solicitors in 2014, he has continued to devote his career to assisting individuals and organisations achieve their immigration goals. As a Law Society accredited Immigration Supervisor and accredited Senior Level 2 immigration Advisor OISC Level 3, Oshin has several years of experience in representing clients with points based business immigration, asylum and Human Rights applications. He also undertakes advocacy in the First Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber).

Within his current role, Oshin has been heavily involved in a range of complex asylum and human rights related High Court judicial review cases, including several against the Secretary of State for the Home Department.

Given his expertise in the areas of EU and human rights law, Oshin has also authored several published articles relating to human rights and the deportation of foreign criminals. In addition, he has authored several articles on immigration and adult dependants, where there have been important developments in the Upper Tribunal decision-making process.

 

Languages

English

Education

Oshin graduated with a Law LLB (Hons) from the University of South Wales and a Master’s degree in Immigration and Human Rights from Queen Mary University of London. He completed his Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in 2010. 

Leisure

Community Work

Oshin is an active member of the British lawyers associations where he develops and implements mentorship scheme to assist young trainees and undergraduates to connect with mentors that would assist them through the various hurdles they faced in their journey to admission as barristers or solicitors.


London: Human resources

Immigration

Within: Immigration

The team of ‘focused immigration law specialists’ at OTS Solicitors stands out for its ‘crisp and professional approach to its work, which inspires confidence’. The team handles a raft of human rights cases, with expertise spanning appeals and refusals, Judicial Reviews, indefinite leave to remain, EEA applications, British nationality cases, deportation and asylum claims. On the business immigration side, the team handles a range of investor, entrepreneur and exceptional talent visas, sponsorship licences, illegal working compliance, global migration planning, temporary worker and transfer advice. Oshin Shahiean is ‘very professional’ and Teni Shahiean is a ‘great entrepreneur, who is passionate for her business and her clients’, and ‘adds a human touch in her work which gives comfort to the client’. Consultant Paul Gulbenkian’s experience is ‘exceptional’.

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