Rebecca Bridges is a senior associate in the Labour & Employment Practice Group, specialising in business immigration. Rebecca has specialised in UK immigration for nearly 10 years, having found a passion for the subject as a trainee in 2008. She has built a strong immigration reputation, having worked in two “Top 200” law firms.
Rebecca is experienced in dealing with complex and time critical immigration matters for both businesses and private individuals. She is trusted by several leading global businesses and is experienced in a variety of sectors, including education, technology, manufacturing, engineering, construction, travel and media.
Through the course of her career, Rebecca has accumulated extensive experience advising on a broad range of matters, including licensed sponsor issues and compliance (applications, renewals, suspensions and training); Points Based System visa applications under Tier 1 (Entrepreneur and Investor), Tier 2 (General and ICT), Tier 4 (Students) and Tier 5; sole representative applications; Brexit and EU free movement rights; British citizenship and nationality; right to work (including dismissals and civil penalty fines) and modern slavery statements.
Rebecca’s clients and delegates describe her as “approachable”, “responsive, proactive, sympathetic” and able to “make a difficult subject easy to understand”, “her insurmountable knowledge should alone make you feel that you are in good hands; likeable, professional, and enthusiastic, could not ask for more".
Rebecca is a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Rebecca Bridges