Saad Saeed 


Westminster Debate ‘Changes to Ankara Agreement Visa Applications’

Saad Saeed has been working in the legal field for over 16 years. He has been a qualified solicitor for over 10 of those years and a Solicitor Advocate (Higher Courts Civil Proceedings) for over 6 years. He currently works as a Solicitor for Aman Solicitors Advocates in their Wembley office. Saad specialises in the fields of immigration and employment law. Saad has a keen interest in the Ankara Agreement in the immigration context and has a vast array of experience regarding the Ankara Agreement, having advised numerous individuals about making applications for entry clearance, leave to remain, and indefinite leave to remain. Saad has also represented many individuals in the Tribunals when their applications for leave have been refused. Saad was the instructing solicitor in the case of ZY (Turkey) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2011] EWCA Civ 65 and also represented Kadir Ascioglu in the Court of Appeal case of Ascioglu v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2012] EWCA Civ 1183.

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