Virginia, US

Naomi is a Manager and solicitor based in our London office and has worked in the field of UK immigration law for more than 10 years. She has experience advising clients on a full range of applications covered by UK Immigration Rules, including the Points Based System (PBS). Naomi represents a variety of global clients across all sectors, including finance, technology, engineering, telecommunications, fashion and management consulting. Naomi is part of Fragomen London's dedicated PBS Compliance and Audit Team, advising start-ups and established global clients on sponsor license applications and the prevention of illegal working. She has experience providing strategic advice to companies on the maintenance of their immigration compliance and transactional programs and the immigration implications of corporate restructuring including mergers, acquisitions, and takeovers. In addition, Naomi contributes to the ongoing expansion of Fragomen’s compliance and advisory services in the region.


College of Law | Legal Practice Course, 2006
University of Reading | B.L., 2005, honors

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Legal Qualifications: Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales

Member, Law Society of England and Wales

Member, Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association

Advised multinational clients on corporate immigration strategy and the immigration implications of corporate restructuring

Assisted companies with the design, implementation and maintenance of immigration programs to ensure that they can meet enhanced compliance obligations

Worked with businesses to ensure their HR systems and processes are fully compliant with the PBS and effective, to ensure that PBS policy and procedural changes were incorporated into internal systems and planning for change

Supported clients with audits and compliance-related matters falling under immigration law and policy

Assisted with the establishment, operation and management of the Fragomen International Internship Programme that sponsors qualified interns under Tier 5 of the Points Based System