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Karma Hickman

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2020-07-19 at 04:32:25


Karma is an associate solicitor specialising in immigration with the law firm Bishop & Sewell. She has extensive experience assisting intended parents with British citizenship and visa-related matters in surrogacy cases from around the world. She is ranked in the UK’s two top legal directories, Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners, where she is recognised for her “complicated indefinite leave to remain applications, citizenship claims and issues surrounding international adoption and surrogacy”. Karma delivers regular live training on international surrogacy and immigration for MBL Seminars, and also prepared the online surrogacy course offered by the UK’s leading immigration website, Free Movement. In addition to her surrogacy and intercountry adoption expertise, Karma advises on a wide range of other citizenship and immigration matters. She provides pro-bono immigration advice at sessions hosted by the UK Lesbian & Gay Immigration Group.

To book a one consultation with Karma contact [email protected]

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