Personal Immigration




Immigration Barrister

BA Hons (Oxon), GDL, BVC, Barrister

Called to the Bar: 2010

  • Education:
    • Bar Vocational Course, BPP Law School
    • Graduate Diploma in Law, City University
    • BA (Hons) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE), University of Oxford
  • Practice:

    Voratida was called to the Bar in 2010 and has practised successfully as a barrister for over 7 years. She has considerable experience as a court advocate and, through drafting summary grounds in immigration cases under the Treasury Solicitor’s “Baby Barrister” scheme, has developed an in-depth understanding of family and private life human rights-based claims.

    Voratida now assists clients with applications and appeals across all areas of immigration law, with a particular emphasis on family migration, EEA free movement, settlement, human rights and asylum claims.

    Voratida has previously volunteered at the London Detainee Support Group (now known as Detention Action), assisting Immigration Detainees through liaising with solicitors, helping make applications for bail, and offering asylum support advice.

  • International Experience:

    Prior to joining the Bar, Voratida worked in India and Cambodia with the International Justice Mission, assisting the prosecution in cases of sex-trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.

  • Testimonials:

    “Voratida and the team were extremely professional and very prompt when answering email & calls. They left no stone unturned and proved to be extremely knowledgeable, reliable and trustworthy. Their meticulous preparation resulted in a positive response in less than two months.”
    Ian Stuart – granted entry clearance as a spouse

    “From the first instance, my lawyer, Voratida, filled me with a sense of hope and confidence, through her thorough legal knowledge … Voratida made light work of my case, which had previously been a source of infinite stress to myself and my family. I would wholeheartedly recommend the services of Voratida and Richmond Chambers to anyone seeking help with immigration law.”
    Hayley de la Mott – granted an EEA Residence Card