Optimus Law Client Liaison Officer
Looking for someone to direct you throughout an often complicated and troublesome process of immigration? Our lawyers are here to help.
If you are based in Dubai, Maria can assist you! She is our high-energy, determined International Client Liaison Officer, who has been based in Dubai for the last 4 years, with a background in Marketing. She is actively our Company Representative in Dubai, available to meet at your request, to discuss the needs and requirements of your immigration process into the United Kingdom. She is more than willing and happy to guide you.
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Our diverse legal team has worked extensively with immigration solicitors and immigration barristers across the UK on landmark cases. With a wealth of legal experience, a commitment to detail and superb case management processes, Optimus Law is perfectly placed to help with your unique immigration requirements.
Respect, Fairness and Believe
While other firms may package and sell bulk services, our services are designed to be tailored around you, in an honest and transparent manner. We believe in treating our clients with respect and fairness and believe there is no other way of conducting business. These are our values.
Whether you are seeking to submit an application, would like some advice on the process, or are looking for a team to handle the process completely, Optimus Law can offer services specifically for you.
All of our staff have an excellent understanding of the cultural
diversity in and around their communities.
Robina Shah has successfully led immigration departments in three prominent law firms before setting up Optimus Law with a team of care
fully selected immigration lawyers who in their own rights have unmatched skills and expertise.
Specialising in all areas of immigration, Ms Shah personal preference is Tier 1 and Tier 2 cases as she loves working closely with individuals
with a business vision. Sponsorship licences and PBS work can be extremely complex and Robina Shah enjoys stepping up to the challenge. If
you require a expert immigration lawyer that possesses a wealth of experience in handling complex work.
Membership & Accreditations
- Legal Aid Agency Accreditation to Level 2 Senior Caseworker held continuously since 2004 until present
- Registered/Exempt at the highest level (OISC level 3) since 2002
- Legal Aid Agency Accredited Supervisor since 2005
We understand the hassle involved in finding important documents and how difficult it can sometimes be to understand government processes. We know from many decades of experience how important it is to provide adequate responses to application questions – and how often a poor application can leave you in a difficult situation. Thankfully, our team is here to ensure your applications and requests are handled in a way to maximise the potential for success. We promise to work with you every step of the way to support your future plans, hopes and aspirations. If you’re ready to take the next step in your application or begin the conversation, please connect with one of our qualified team members. We look forward to helping you realise your dreams in a way that is uniquely your own and can guarantee that Optimus Law will be behind you every step of the way.
High-profile and notable cases involving Robina include:
R (MM Lebanon) v SSHD  – case regarding minimum income rules and whether their implementation was lawful. This was a case that Robina worked on, up until the High Court determination with Birmingham Law Practice.
R (Ali and Bibi) v SSHD  – concerned pre-entry language tests for immigration applications from abroad (entry clearance). Robina began the case at the Immigration Advisory Service, upon the Immigration Advisory Service going into administration the case was transferred to JM Wilson Solicitors – Birmingham. She was instrumental in the case as she filed an application successfully and the set the trial date. Robina managed the project at IAS and then assisted JM Wilson to prepare the hearing bundles, as this was a case she was responsible for and had knowledge of.