Evin Atas is a qualified immigration barrister with particular expertise in unlawful detention, EEA, asylum and nationality law.
She deals with both immigration applications and appeal hearings and is extremely thorough in my approach to ensure the case is prepared in the highest light possible.
Her approach has gained her a reputation as a 'go to' for all Immigration matters. She is extremely thorough and conscientious. Evin adopts a hands-on, practical approach to your problems and ensures that you know and understand what is happening at each stage of the process. You can expect realistic, cost-sensitive and practical advice. Evin is dedicated to working hard as possible for her clients and you can instruct her at any stage of the case. Evin has extensive court experience and aims to make the process as understandable and as stress-free as possible.
Evin specialises in all areas of immigration law including:
-Citizenship, Nationality and Right of Abode
-European Community Law ( EU Law/ EU Settlement Scheme)
-Human Rights Law
-Visits and Temporary Purposes
-Families, partners and children including family reunion
-Refugees, asylum, humanitarian protection, discretionary leave & Statelessness
-Detention and Bail
-Points Based Applications & Administrative Reviews
-Appeals to First Tier and Upper Tier tribunal
-Appeals to the Court of Appeal
Evin Atas key achievements
A multi-track unlawful detention case where a Claimant was held in immigration detention for 45 months.
A proposed judicial review of a refusal to naturalise a prominent international professor on the grounds of good character.
An appeal relating to the refusal of an asylum case under Article 1F (war crimes).
Fresh claim for an Applicant who was appeal rights exhausted, who suffered from severe psychosis and HIV.
A proposed judicial review of a refusal to grant indefinite leave to remain of a Tier 1 entrepreneur due to allegations of TOEIC fraud.
An overseas adoption case regarding two children, which involved concerns of child abduction.
A proposed judicial review of a refusal to register children born to a surrogate mother as British citizens.
An application to naturalise adopted children as British.
What my clients say
“Even if we lose today, I won’t be as upset as I saw how you fought my case. I am so lucky to have you as my barrister”- Asylum Seeker
“After several years of trying to regularise my stay in the UK through assistance from various lawyers, I thank God that Evin came to my assistance. I cannot thank her enough. She didn’t just treat my case as part of a 9-5 job. She really went above and beyond to prepare my case in a clear and concise way. I cannot thank her enough”- Human Rights Client
“Always reliable. One of the few barristers who always makes herself available, even if she has several other cases on the go”- Immigration Solicitor
“Rest assured Mr X, your barrister has been very helpful and covered every possible point there is to cover in your case.”- Immigration Judge
“That was one of the most persuasive advocacy I have seen from a Pupil in a long time. Please pass my comments on to your supervisor, she is very lucky to have you as a member of her Chambers and so is your client”- Immigration Judge, High Court Injunction.
If you would like to book a consultation please book to speak with Evin on her Lawyer 365 profile.