International Corporate, Immigration, Litigation, Employment, IT & IP Law Firm in England
London SE1 2RE
Hudson McKenzie Overview
At Hudson McKenzie, we strive to go beyond average in everything that we do. We are a multi award-winning commercial law firm, recognised as one of the leading firms within the UK. The firm is listed in various legal directories, including Legal 500 in which many of our immigration lawyers are recognised as leaders within their fields.
Being one of the top legal law firms in London, we are selected and retained by clients for our competency, personality and passion to succeed.
Hudson McKenzie Areas of Law
Articles Published by Hudson McKenzie
Businesses in the UK who are looking to sponsor individuals under the Tier 2 & 5 categories are facing excessive delays in getting their Sponsor Licence applications approved. Hudson McKenzie’s Business immigration team represents businesses from all sectors of the UK economy and we have reached out to our clients to gauge the repercussions of these delays. Undoubtedly, it is a unanimous vote that severe delays on part of the UKBA are currently holding back growth in the UK economy.Read Article
Hudson McKenzie, one of the major immigration law firms in London, proudly announces that the firm has been accepted as a member of the UK Advisory Network (UKAN), a service provided in partnership with the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) Government Agency.Read Article
The Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) category is for those investing in the United Kingdom by setting up or taking over, and being actively involved in the running of one or more businesses in the United Kingdom.Read Article
The Tier 1 (Investor) category is for those high-net-worth individuals who want to make a substantial financial investment in the UK of £1,000,000 (GBP 1 million) or more.Read Article
Surrogacy is an arrangement whereby a woman carries and bears a child on behalf of the 'intended or commissioning parents'. Under English Law, the woman who carries and bears the child is the legal mother. If she is married at the time she becomes pregnant, English law will see her husband as the legal father, regardless of the genetic make-up of the child.Read Article