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Fehmina Farani

Fehmina Farani is a Senior Legal Advisor at Farani Taylor and has been with us since the very beginning. She has been practising since 2005 and in that time has worked intensively with senior Barristers in the field of asylum and human rights. She has worked on cases both nationally and internationally, with a focus on the rights of women and children and the rule of law.

She has handled some of the most crucial and complex cases in the Upper Tribunal and Court of Appeal under the Human Rights Law and has succeeded with some fantastic results. Her experience includes dealing with overstayed families and children, as well as requesting the UKBA’s discretion for clients who found themselves outside the Immigration criteria needed to gain entry to the UK.

In her spare time, Fehmina enjoys writing articles that have been published in many well established and highly regarded legal magazines.


“I won my appeal under Article 8 in the Best Interests of the Child. Thank you Fehmina Farani, I couldn’t have done it without the extensive help and confidence of your team.”- Ms B Clara.

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