Naga Kandiah is currently a Consultant Solicitor at MTC & Co. Solicitors.
He specialises in immigration, crime, asylum and human rights law and private prosecution, with expertise across a wide range of immigration work including assisting detained clients, working with war crime witnesses and victims of torture. Mr Kandiah also regularly represents vulnerable clients with severe mental or physical health issues, having successfully acted for clients in complex asylum, deportation and entry clearance appeals.
Mr Kandiah is particularly committed to representing individuals who have suffered injustice because of the way their cases have been processed by the Home Office and those encountering a breach of their fundamental human rights. As a solicitor, he strives to deliver an exceptional duty of care to his clients, providing support and guidance to those seeking justice and humanitarian protection.
A recent case shows that practitioners should beware the Home Office’s use of consent orders in judicial review claims, write Kim Renfrew and Naga Kandiah of MTC & Co. Solicitors. Our client SP is an asylum seeker of Sri Lankan origin. SP submit ...
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