Ellie Ioannou

About Ellie Ioannou

Ellie joined Hudson McKenzie in January 2020 as a paralegal in the firm’s corporate immigration department after completing her undergraduate degree in law and spending a year abroad in Australia. Hudson McKenzie was founded in 2011 by its Managing Partner, Rahul Batra. It is a multi-award-winning commercial law firm, recognised as one of the leading firms within the UK. Its offices are based in the heart of central London. This boutique yet global immigration law firm is listed in various legal directories, including Legal 500, because many of its immigration lawyers are known as leaders within their fields. Although the law firm has specialist expertise in immigration law, it also provides equally proficient legal services across multiple sectors. These legal sectors include Company/Commercial, Corporate, Dispute Resolution & Litigation, Employment, Information Technology, Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment, and services for Private Clients. To speak with Ellie or one of the Hudson McKenzie legal team email: londoninfo@hudsonmckenzie.com

Dawn of a New Hong Kong BN(0) Visa

By |2020-08-04T13:32:00+10:00August 4th, 2020|Business Travellers, Compliance, Destination Information, EU, Expatriates, Hong Kong Immigration, Immigration, International Relocations, Mobile Policy Design, Mobility, Skills, Travel, Travel Risk Management, UK Immigration, United Kingdom|

Dawn of a new Hong Kong BN(O) Visa On 22nd July 2020, the UK government published detailed contents on the new immigration route for British National (Overseas) (BN(O)) passport holders and their dependants in Hong Kong. Its emergence is evinced from the UK’s retaliation to the newly enacted national security laws in Hong Kong [...]

UK Summer Economic and Immigration Statement:

By |2020-07-31T04:24:49+10:00July 31st, 2020|Business Travellers, Compliance, EU, Immigration, International Relocations, Mobility, Pandemic, Skills, Students, UK Immigration, United Kingdom|

The Coronavirus Job Retention Bonus: On Wednesday 8th July 2020, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced the introduction of a Jobs Retention Bonus. This is an incentive for employers to rehire their furloughed staff in exchange for a monetary payment paid by the UK government to employers. "Our message to business is clear: [...]

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