Sumara’s specialisation lies in immigration law.
She has a firm and exhaustive understanding of the complex Immigration Rules, policy guidance and excels in legal research – all of which help to achieve the best solutions for our clients. Her commendable work has earned praise from both clients and colleagues, having worked closely with Queen’s Counsel Barristers for her client matters.
Sumara’s priority is to maintain a high standard of work, ensuring a satisfactory outcome for her clients and putting their best interests first.
Full education received in the United Kingdom, London, including higher education: LLB and LPC
Awards and Recognition
Nominated for legal 500
Newsletter editor for Farani Taylor Solicitors
Partaken in a recent TOEIC landmark case: ahsan v the secretary of state for the home department  EWCA civ 2009
Actively contributed to submission of a high court case challenging the tough requirements for adult dependent family members
Recognised for meeting short deadlines, working to precision and under pressure
Received recognition by immigration tribunal’s for quality of appeal bundles
Recognised by clients for an organised and strategic working practice, with future pro’s and con’s constantly in mind
Recognised by foreign entry clearance managers for efforts in assisting applicants in presenting their cases, and clarifying any issues for the decision maker