Osheenn Giam is an associate in the Labour & Employment Practice in London, with a focus on business immigration. Osheenn has extensive experience advising businesses on all aspects of the Points Based System, particularly immigration strategy and compliance. Her current work focuses on large multinationals and those in the financial and healthcare sectors. She is pragmatic in her approach and brings commercial acumen to her work, which clients appreciate. She is recognised by legal directories as an “associate to watch”.

    Osheenn is a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association.

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    • Advising multinationals on setting up their overseas representative office and the transfer of senior management to the UK.
    • Advising on key considerations and immigration issues arising from corporate restructure.
    • Advising multinationals and SMEs on UK sponsor licence management and compliance issues.
    • Conducting training sessions and preparation of compliance guidance for clients on the prevention of illegal working.
    • Carrying out mock compliance audits and assisting clients during Home Office compliance visits.

    Education

    • University of Warwick, BA (Hons)
    • BPP University, L.P.C.

    Admissions

    • Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales, 2019

    Languages

    • English
    • Malay
    • Chinese
    • Recommended in The Legal 500 2022 for Business Immigration: “Annabel Mace and Osheenn Giam are wonderful to work with. They are always patient, detail oriented and communicate with us in terms we can easily understand. They are both accessible and flexible and were great partners to us as we navigated immigration issues in the midst of the pandemic. We consider SPB a valuable resource in helping us manage our international workforce.”
    • Recognised in Chambers UK 2022 for Business Immigration as an “Associate to Watch”: “Diligent and ambitious, Osheenn Giam manages an extensive caseload and clients really like her.”
    • Recognised in Chambers UK 2021 for Business Immigration as an “Associate to Watch”.
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