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Grace Osewele
Immigration Lawyer
David Wyld & Co

An immigration specialist with 27 years of practise experience, Grace heads up the Immigration Law Department at David Wyld & Co.

With a clear focus on Business Immigration and servicing High Net Worth individuals, Grace’s day to day practice sees her undertaking Sole Representative entry clearance applications, Tier 1 Entrepreneur extension and settlement applications, SME Sponsor Licence applications as well as Sponsor Management System (SMS) compliance and complex Judicial Review. Grace also overseas the full range of immigration applications undertaken by the firm, including Spouse and Partner entry clearance, Leave to remain Family applications, European Settled and Pre-settled applications, Administrative Review and Tribunal Appeals.

Grace has developed a reputation for being meticulous in the preparation of applications, highly professional but approachable and client focused.

In 1993 Grace graduated from Leicester University with a BA Honours degree, majoring in Law. She went on to continue her academic training at the College of Law in Chester, following which she started her legal career in 1994. After being Articled in the City of London Grace was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 1999.

Aside from immigration law Grace has experience in Personal Injury Law and she has also held post within the public sector as a Criminal Prosecutor for the London Borough of Islington. Grace headed up the Immigration Department of Chelsea firm Dholakia Cummings-John Solicitors, where she was also instrumental in securing the firm its first Legal Aid franchise for immigration work in 2000.

Grace is responsible for the strategic direction of the firm, and leads on implementing best practices, covering compliance, case management and business development.