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Alex Papasotiriou
Immigration Barrister | Richmond Chambers

Since joining Richmond Chambers, Alex has been actively involved in a variety of cases, having regularly assisted in making submissions and drafting pleadings with respect to complex matters. Most notably, Alex has assisted with a deprivation of citizenship appeal involving issues of British and international nationality law; a judicial review claim against revocation of ILR; human rights applications and appeals involving overstayers, victims of domestic violence and children; EEA and deportation appeals.

Alex first became involved in immigration law during his studies, having undertaken pro bono work in the field whilst completing the Bar Professional Training Course. Following that, Alex obtained a position at a top legal aid immigration law firm and quickly became accredited as a Senior (Level 2) Caseworker under the Law Society’s Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme. Within that role, Alex represented numerous individuals in their dealings with the Home Office, as well as during proceedings before the First-tier and Upper Tribunal. He specialised in assisting individuals in immigration detention with matters of bail, asylum, deportation, trafficking, human rights and particularly with bringing public law challenges by way of Judicial Review.

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Alex Papasotiriou
Immigration Barrister | Richmond Chambers

Since joining Richmond Chambers, Alex has been actively involved in a variety of cases, having regularly assisted in making submissions and drafting pleadings with respect to complex matters. Most notably, Alex has assisted with a deprivation of citizenship appeal involving issues of British and international nationality law; a judicial review claim against revocation of ILR; human rights applications and appeals involving overstayers, victims of domestic violence and children; EEA and deportation appeals.

Alex first became involved in immigration law during his studies, having undertaken pro bono work in the field whilst completing the Bar Professional Training Course. Following that, Alex obtained a position at a top legal aid immigration law firm and quickly became accredited as a Senior (Level 2) Caseworker under the Law Society’s Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme. Within that role, Alex represented numerous individuals in their dealings with the Home Office, as well as during proceedings before the First-tier and Upper Tribunal. He specialised in assisting individuals in immigration detention with matters of bail, asylum, deportation, trafficking, human rights and particularly with bringing public law challenges by way of Judicial Review.

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