“I will never forget your so much patience with me…you are always my amazing solicitor. The BEST one in the UK.”
As an international student in the UK, I was going through a very tough time when I lost my BRP and needed to travel to India for a family medical emergency. I called Turpin and Miller LLP on the advice of one of my professors. I simply filled in the contact form, explaining my circumstances and Mr. Philip Turpin called me the next day and provided comprehensive advice and guidance. His advice ultimately helped me get my BRP much sooner than the usual wait time, and I was able to travel. I am so grateful as they went out of their way to help me out of a very difficult situation.
My name is Rebecca. I came in the uk I was 15 years old obviously my mum was already in the uk unfortunately when I came in the uk the home office didn’t give my paper(status) I literally stay in this country for over 7years without any documents. Last year during lockdown we start working on my case together with Turpin Miller(Katherine) She literally made a new claim & new evidence and we start working on it , beginning of this year 2022 she booked a court for me because the immigration was still rejecting my case, Katherine provided me a barrister which she represented me in the court, the barrister was so smart & brilliant I’ve never seen a young lady as smart as her, she left me in tears while she was talking at the court. Four days later I received the decision from the Judge, yes she accepted my case🎉. Katherine never left me she continued to chase the Home office for my ID , one day before my birthday had an appointment for my BRP five days later I received my ID . Turpin miller the best of everything. Katherine , Susmita and the barrister well done guys, I’m the happiest girl in the world at the moment. Katherine’s so positive, honest, smart ❤️
I would like to thank the expert Kriti Khadka for her assistance through the process of my spouse visa application. She was well organised, communicative and really patient with me. It was my pleasure to have such a lovable and a professional solicitor.I couldn’t have done it without her. Keep it up!
It was a privilege to use Laura's legal services. Her professional brilliance and compassion were most impressive. This law firm is in a league of its own and highly recommendable
“Please allow me to express my deepest and happiest gratitude to you and your office for the, what, 21+ months (!!!) that you have championed [our] case! It’s a huge win for all of us, so congratulations to you all as well!”
“I also wanted to express my gratitude again for the excellent service you provided. I had my ceremony on Thursday and it was a surprisingly emotional event. Thank you and I will continue recommending you to anyone who thinks about embarking on the citizenship journey.”
The wonderful solicitors Turpin Miller got everything together. Such was the quality of the evidence they collated that the FTJ asked me to pass on his thanks for an "exceptionally well put together bundle". We then had a total of 7 witnesses to call and again Turpin Miller organised everyone so that they were on hand to testify remotely when required.
The entire process was very well organised. Outcome of all this diligence? Appeal allowed on the day after being told "I don't need to hear from you..." This is a good example of how being a great lawyer is rarely just about the advocacy; the preparation that solicitors do in the background as part of the legal team is often the most important part and is sometimes overlooked; particular thanks to Jo Renshaw, Zahra Govani & Ndo Bikishoni
“Words cannot express how much we appreciate what you did . Thanks for saving us, I don’t know what would have happened to my boys. But now they can stay in the country of their birth and finish their education.”
Julian is accredited by the Law Society as a Level 2 Senior Caseworker and is a member of the Legal Aid team.
He specialises in representing clients in prison facing deportation and those challenging removal on asylum and human rights grounds.
He regularly visits HMP Huntercombe and other prisons and is particularly interested in advising young people facing deportation. He frequently receives referrals from those in Young Offender Institutions (YOIs).
Julian represented the Appellant in the Court of Appeal case of SSHD v Denis Viscu (Advice on Individual Rights in Europe Intervening)  EWCA Civ 1052 which considered whether detention in a young offenders institution breaks continuity of residence for the purposes of the European Regulations.
Julian joined Turpin & Miller after a varied career in journalism and publishing, as well as a spell at the Citizens Advice Bureau in Oxford. He has a degree in Russian & Soviet Studies as well as a Masters in Contemporary History and Politics.