The movement of talent across borders is becoming increasingly complex.

Philip Lee’s immigration group combines decades of experience working in the immigration sector alongside employment and corporate expertise to deliver the service required by our corporate client base.

At Philip Lee, we understand that the movement of talent across borders is becoming increasingly complex and subject to ever evolving and unpredictable political and global developments.

      • We offer strategic immigration advice to investors, entrepreneurs, multi-national corporations, SMEs and high net worth individuals seeking to gain access to Ireland for investment, employment or personal residential purposes.
      • We provide advice in respect of visa and entry requirements, employment permits and residency permissions as well as rights to bring family members into the country.
      • We are experts in EU free movement rights and are monitoring the ever-evolving fall-out of Brexit and the impact on the Common Travel Area between Ireland and the UK. With increased interest following Brexit, we offer support to clients seeking to secure Irish (and thus EU) citizenship through descent or residence by way of Foreign Birth Registration or Naturalisation.
      • Philip Lee also specialises in advising clients preparing applications for the Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP) as well as advising charities and enterprises seeking to raise funds through this innovative programme.

To ensure a seamless delivery of service designed to meet specific needs, our team works hand-in-hand with our employment and corporate groups, advising on all corporate immigration matters. We offer our clients the benefit of our international reach through our offices in Dublin, London and San Francisco and through cooperation with our Multilaw partners providing access to a network of 10,000 lawyers in 100 countries.

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The team are highly responsive and effective and can be relied on to secure the desired result.

Legal 500, 2023

Always extremely responsive and helpful.

Legal 500, 2021

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Key Contacts: Cian Moriarty - Senior Associate Following Brexit, while citizens of the United Kingdom can still reside and work in Ireland due to the Common Travel Area agreement, they are no longer entitled to travel and work freely within the EU/EEA. In these...

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