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Abigail is an Associate at Fragomen’s London office with over seven years of corporate immigration experience. She advises on the Points Based System, EUSS and Nationality, and works with private clients on a range of immigration routes available to them.
Abigail has a broad portfolio of clients, including multinational corporations, and those in the finance, law and charity sector.
Prior to joining Fragomen, Abigail worked at a UK-based immigration law firm where she focused on personal immigration matters, corporate immigration law and EU free movement rights law.
- BPP University, Legal Practice Course, 2011
- University of Kent, LLB, 2010
More from Abigail
Interviewed live on the BBC World Service regarding the UK's new student rule restrictions, due to be introduced in January 2024.
Delivered a series of trainings to human resources staff on the Points Based System and recent updates to UK immigration law.
Court Admissions: Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales
Member, Solicitors Regulation Authority
Member, Immigration Law Practitioners Association
Member, Chartered Legal Executive, CILEX 2019
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Ana Bessa Santos outlines misconceptions surrounding Swiss immigration laws and provides guidance surrounding the correct nature of the rules.
Ziphozihle Ntlanganiso discusses the expected close of the Portuguese Golden Visa Programme.
Forbes reports on the allegation that Florida’s new law prevents Chinese citizens from purchasing real estate.
Uglobal Immigration Magazine recently published the Top 25 Global Migration Attorneys for 2022 and Fragomen is pleased to announce that Partners David Crawford and Nadine Goldfoot have been named to the list.
Spear's 500 ranks Partner Julia Onslow-Cole as one of the best immigration lawyers for high-net-worth individuals in their 2023 Legal Indices.
Partner Andrew Greenfield explains that employers must return to I-9 Form in-person verification.
Partner Marius Tollenaere testified before the Internal Affairs Committee of the German Bundestag during the hearing on the Skilled Immigration Act on Monday, 22nd of May.
Immigration Consultant Alessandra Rüede provides a recap of Swiss immigration quotas for the first quarter of 2023.
In April of 2023, the Presidents of Namibia and Botswana agreed to a reciprocal use of identity cards to enter the other country. This decision promotes compliant mobility, tourism, and trade in Southern Africa.
Reductions in office footprints across the U.S., as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, have a significant impact on foreign national employees. Part 2 of this series covers the impact of employer office closures on the Green Card process for employees.