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Michael Marziano

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2021-12-23 at 23:43:04


Michael joined Westkin in December 2017, having practised immigration law since 2005. Michael read Law at Birkbeck, graduating in 2012 with first class honours. Michael is regulated by OISC at level 3 and he has held accreditation under the SRA Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme since 2006.
With many years’ experience in immigration law, Michael has assisted clients in every category of application. Michael is widely recognised for his sensitive, compassionate and understanding attitude, always gaining the confidence of clients, along with his pragmatic and fearless approach to achieving the best results. Michael is also renowned for having the highest level of discretion and professionalism, having assisted many high-profile clients throughout his career. He has given numerous talks and presentations on developments in immigration law over the past 10 years.

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