Diana Baxter > Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile
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Diana joined Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP in 2008 and became a partner in 2017.
Her practice covers a wide range of immigration, nationality and asylum law, with particular emphasis on complex nationality work and Appendix FM applications for partners, children and parents, as well as applications outside of the immigration rules based on Article 8 rights. She is an active member of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association (ILPA) and continues to teach regular ILPA courses on Appendix FM family migration and the financial requirements, as well as British nationality law.
Diana is a volunteer adviser at the Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens, and she continues to assist on a probono basis the ground-breaking charity Safe Passage, assisting unaccompanied minors and other refugees in France and Greece to be reunited with their UK-based family members. She has also assisted several women in recent years who have been the victims of transnational spouse abandonment to return to the UK and acquire indefinite leave on the basis of domestic violence.
Diana was also the author of the 2016 Lexisnexis article on EEA free movement rights, No statutory right of appeal for extended family members (Sala (EFMs: Right of Appeal)), and she regularly advises on and assists with applications based on EEA law for EEA nationals and their family members.
ILPA, Law Society, Justice Working Party on Immigration and Asylum Determination Reform
University of Oxford; London School of Economics; Beijing University; UC San Diego; College of Law; BPP
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Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP acts on the full spectrum of immigration, asylum and nationality law matters, with particular expertise in cases involving human rights, civil liberties and European free movement elements. The group also regularly works with LGBTQ+ migrants and their UK-based partners, handling asylum and partner applications and appeals. Barry O’Leary, Alison Hunter and Diana Baxter jointly lead the practice; O’Leary is a key name for partnership and family applications and international surrogacy arrangements, Hunter focuses on European free movement mandates and the EU Settlement Scheme, and Baxter primarily handles nationality work. Senior solicitor Katie Dilger rejoined the firm from Bates Wells in early 2021.