Kiren Samira Azam
Kiren joined LUPINS in September 2016. She is the Private Immigration Team Paralegal and works under close supervision of Tamana Aziz, Senior Solicitor. Kiren has studied at BPP Law School, London Metropolitan University and the University of Law and has completed LPC electives in Immigration Law & Practice, Commercial Law & Practice and Advanced Real Estate demonstrating her desire to work directly with clients in the personal and business legal sector. Kiren also has a Diploma in Islamic Law and Theology from Hijaz College, Nuneaton.
Being of half Pakistani and half Algerian origin and having been involved with the third-sector from a young age, Kiren set-up the National Algerian Centre which runs as a registered charity and community-interest company. Kiren has experience working as Company Director and Trustee of her charity and has close ties with the Algerian community in the United Kingdom.
Kiren interned at Amicus ALJ, a charity providing legal representation to those on death row in America and has shadowed Raza Husain QC of Matrix Chambers at the Supreme Court. Kiren’s university dissertation titled: “Does Islamic Law in any way restrict Muslim States from fulfilling their Article 2 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) obligations?” was chosen for publication by LAP-Publishing in 2016.
Kiren is a Kathak dancer, a Group Scout Leader and she has worked closely with the Greater London Authority in the running of the children’s activities for the Mayor of London’s annual events in Trafalgar Square. Kiren applied for BBC’s “The Apprentice” and made it to the interview stage for the 2016 broadcasting.
Kiren has recently passed the Level 2 Law Society’s Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme (IASS).
Kiren is fluent in French and can read and write Arabic.
Some call us persuasive, we call ourselves commanding.
Others call us dependable, we call ourselves LUPINS.
LUPINS support you all the way:
Communicating in clear language and making sure that you know where you stand
Ensure that you are applying for the right immigration process
Ensure that you have the documentation that proves you qualify for your chosen immigration process
Advise and assist you in completing and submitting the application forms
Make detailed representations in support of your application, setting out clearly why the application should succeed, highlighting the documentation we are submitting and how this proves you satisfy the legal provisions
Put simply, our immigration solicitors will hold your hands throughout the process,
liaising with all relevant government bodies, including UK Visas and Immigration,
British Consulate, overseas agents and where necessary the courts.