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New Immigration & Dispute Resolution Director joins Lupton Fawcett


Lupton Fawcett, the Leeds, Sheffield and York-based commercial law firm, is delighted to announce the arrival of Arif Khalfe who joins the firm as a Director based within the Dispute Management department.

Arif has experience in a wide range of litigated areas including Professional Negligence, Contentious Trusts and Probate as well as Consumer Litigation. His also has a keen interest in all aspects of alternative dispute resolution and is a qualified mediator.

Arif also has specialist expertise within Immigration; he advises and assists in all aspects of business and sports immigration which includes advising on sponsorships and visas under the points based systems. He also advises clients on applying for sponsor's licenses from the Home Office and complying with their sponsorship obligations once they are licensed. He also assists in managing and advising on sponsorship management systems.

Richard Marshall, Managing Director, comments: “Arif is a fantastic appointment for the firm and adds real strength to what is already a very well respected team. Clearly Brexit will put immigration onto many employers’ agenda as international recruitment becomes more complex. Arif’s expertise will help and guide clients through the immigration process and any issues they may face.

Arif is very well-respected and passionate about wanting to help businesses and individuals alike.”

Arif Khalfe comments: “I am delighted to be joining Lupton Fawcett to establish a leading Immigration offering that is commercially beneficial to clients and their workforces. I am also excited to be part of a firm that has a clear strategy to meet our future challenges and I look forward to reinforcing the reputation that firm already has in the Yorkshire market.”

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