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At the end of the day, we are but human.It is neither a sin, nor a mistake to love a person whose nationality is not British.
Eliot Green, B.S.Sc. (Hons)
- He graduated from the University of Keele with Second Class Honours in Law and Psychology on 4 July 1989.
- He commenced practice in September 1990.
- Admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court by Charles Elly on 15 September 1994.
- Became a member of Immigration Law Practitioners Association on 17 February 2000.
- With supporting evidence from several judges, he was granted Higher Courts (Civil Proceedings) Qualifications. i.e. Authorised to exercise rights of audience in the High Court in all proceedings and in other courts in all civil proceedings. 20 August 2003.
- First speaker for BPP Professional Education to offer complete series of lectures under the National Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme, 24 June to 21 October 2004.
- Awarded accreditation of the National
Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme to
supervisory and senior cw level on 23 March 2005.
Mr Green was probably the first person who conducted the first advocacy case on the first day when the First Tier Tribunal in Bennett House, Stoke-on-Trent, was opened there before the Judges at the time.
He is known by most members of staff in Stoke-on-Trent, having represented cases there for a number of years. He was also the first to lecture on the National Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme, prior to the first tests taking place nationally, to Senior Solicitors and staff at the Legal Services Commission.
He was probably the first to be granted the Higher Courts (Civil Proceedings) Qualification in Stoke on Trent where he was Head of Department in 2003.
He has achieved membership of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association having been recognised for his achievements in Immigration Law.
He has been a governor at a local
school for twelve years and sat as the Vice Chairman to
the Governing Board. In addition to this, he was the
chair person to the Appeals Panel at the same school.
He is a full member of SAHCA (Solicitors Association of Higher Courts Advocate).
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Green Immigration Consultancy, Green Immigration
Solicitors and GIC Solicitors are all registered names under this firm.
Registration number: 470988
Our principal registration number is: 164385.