Roger Gherson, who founded Gherson Solicitors 31 years ago, will be speaking at the closing panel discussion of the Global Migration & Wealth Management (East Asia) Conference on 5 November 2019. The panel discussion will focus on the impact of the current political instability in Hong Kong and the falling value of the pound on the popularity of the UK’s investor visa scheme. Amongst other topics, the panel will examine the business landscape post Brexit, and discuss whether the new Start-up and Innovator visa routes are suitable for overseas entrepreneurs.
Roger is highly regarded in the field of UK immigration, human rights and EU law. He is particularly recognised for his handling of complex multi-jurisdictional cases and manages a growing extradition practice with special expertise in sanctions, Interpol and Unexplained Wealth Orders.
Since the Hong Kong protests started, Gherson have received numerous enquiries from Hong Kong residents regarding relocation to the UK. Gherson have extensive experience in all aspects of UK immigration and nationality law and have worked with Hong Kong clients since the early 1990’s. Gherson lawyers travel frequently to Mainland China and Hong Kong to meet with prospective applicants who are looking to migrate to the UK under the various available immigration categories. Should you wish to meet with one of our lawyers during their upcoming trip to Hong Kong, or would like to schedule a telephone consultation session, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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