Jaspreet Bhurjee

Immigration Case Worker


Place of birth: Birmingham
Job Role: Immigration Case Worker
Start Date with Kalsi Solicitors: Mar 10, 2021
Office based in : Leicester
Languages spoken: English, Punjabi, Hindi & Basic French
Favourite sports team (if any!): Manchester United
Favourite movie: Anything Bollywood!
Best concert / live performance you have ever been to: Diljit Dosanjh Live Tour
Last 3 holiday locations you have been to: Thailand, Dubai & Spain
Dream holiday location you have yet to have travelled to : Maldives
A fun fact about you! : I am learning to Box!
What made you want to practice law: When I was a child I would watch my father study his cases, put evidence together and help his clients. This interested me and so I decided I wanted to pursue a career in the same field. Learning Law at A-Level and studying case facts cemented this idea of becoming a solicitor! When I went to University I discovered negotiation was a strong suit of mine and so I decided to develop this skill. I took up a job at a law firm and it came to my attention how much i could help immigration clients! Whenever an application I completed was granted and clients came to thank me, the appreciation I saw pushed me to develop myself in this field. Here I am now, at Kalsi Solicitors, following this passion. Not to mention watching Suits on Netflix also really set the bar for me!


Academic Education: Masters Degree
University for Master Degree: The University of Law
Subject/Course for Master Degree: Family Law
Grade for Masters Degree: Commendation


Background: I have been working in the field of Immigration Law since 2016. Having completed an accelerated LLB degree at The University of Law in 2 years, I decided to take a gap year and work with a law firm to gain an in-depth working knowledge of Immigration Law. I then returned to University to complete her LPC and Masters in Law. Many clients have expressed their appreciation for my work and warm approach to them. As well as English, I am fluent in Punjabi and Hindi making it easier for clients who are not comfortable speaking English to converse openly with me. Having had quite a few members of my extended family immigrate to the UK, I understand full well the procedure and process involved in first gaining entry clearance and then settling in the UK.
Expertise: Stateless Cases, Settlement, Nationality, 7 year route & Spouse Visa Applications.

  • Jaspreet Bhurjee

    Immigration Case Worker


Spouse & Unmarried Partners

Under the spouse visa it allows non-EEA nationals to enter or remain in the UK where they are married to a British citizen or a person with a UK settled status. Bringing your loved ones to the UK is life-changing.


Children & 7 Year Child Concession

If you are an overstayer and you have a child who has lived in the UK for a continuous seven-year period and / or is British, you may be able to apply for Leave to remain on the basis of your family and private life in the UK.


EEA Nationals

With upcoming changes and the United Kingdom leaving Europe, European citizens and their family members, who are currently living in the UK, may wish to consider obtaining confirmation of your right of residence in the UK under European law.


Long Residency

If you have completed 10 years continuous and lawful residence in the UK, you may apply for settlement (indefinite leave to remain) under the long residency route. Settling (known as a indefinite leave to remain) means you can stay in the UK without any time restrictions.


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