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Amaka appears extensively before judges in the First Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) and Upper Tribunal. She is also regularly instructed to appear before the Upper Tribunal on judicial review matters and in appeals to the Court of Appeal.

Committed to all aspects of human rights law, Amaka’s most recent notable cases include Agho v Secretary of state for the Home Department [2015] EWCA Civ 1198 regarding marriages of convenience and Naidu v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] EWCA Civ 156 (on the issues of alleged deception and Paragraphs 320(7A) and 320(7B) of the Immigration Rules. Amaka’s other practice areas include criminal appellate cases.

Amaka works closely with her clients at the early stages of a case providing effective advice and assistance. Taking a flexible and helpful approach to her work, she ensures that she can provide excellent service to her clients.

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Testimonials

We have worked with Amaka for many years and she is personable, reliable and a skilful advocate

David Howe
of Howe and Co solicitors

We have worked with Ms Nnamani since about 2007 and have instructed her in matters ranging from immigration, housing and general civil litigation. Over the years we have worked together, we have found Ms Nnamani to be diligent and caring to both her lay and professional clients.
She is very highly professional and dedicates herself to clients’ cases with attention to detail and thorough grasp of the law. In most cases, establishing relevant facts even when instructed by solicitors can be a challenging task. She skilfully does this with precision.
Her excellent grasp of the law is reflected in her grounds for appeals, and/or skeleton arguments whether at the High Court, Court of Appeal, Immigration Tribunals or before the County Courts.
In the case of Agho v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] EWCA Civ 1198, Ms Nnamani represented our client from the First Tier to the Court of Appeal where she successfully represented our client’s interests. In that recent decision, the Court of Appeal reiterated the burden of proving a sham marriage.

Samuel Louis Solicitors
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