Welcome to Berkeley Solicitors

We are a niche legal practice firm offering specialized expertise in the areas of Irish and EU Immigration Law.

The firm was started in October 2016 by Karen Berkeley after she had gained twelve years experience working in the areas of asylum and immigration law.  Berkeley Solicitors provides extensive legal services to clients from start to finish of the immigration process in Ireland. We understand the immigration process is often complicated and stressful for our clients. We carefully listen to our clients wishes, and their aspirations for our service. We provide straightforward and practical advice. We work respectfully with the government authorities on our client’s behalf. We aim to facilitate the best resolution for our clients as efficiently as possible.

We believe that our expertise in the immigration law area will benefit clients who are looking for a professional, experienced and efficient legal representation at competitive costs.

The Immigration Blog

IRELAND SEEKS TO INCREASE CHINESE TOURISM WITH 5-YEAR MULTI-ENTRY VISA OPTION

To celebrate 40 years of dipomatic relations with China, Ireland has implemented a a 5-year multi-entry visa option for Chinese applicants. With a large population and strong economy, China plays a significant role in the tourist market in Ireland. With this new visa option, Ireland hopes to increase Chinese tourism.

US RELEASES 2019 HUMAN TRAFFICKING REPORT; IRELAND FAILS TO MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS

According to recent US report, Ireland fails to meet the minimum standards in eliminating human trafficking but is making efforts to do so. Ireland is trying to develop new identification and referral mechanisms for human trafficking victims. However, it still fails to fully comply with the TVPA. The US report claims that Ireland’s efforts in prosecution and victim protection are ‘insufficient’. Since the law was amended in 2013, Ireland has failed to make a conviction in human trafficking. Also, in 2018, authorities failed to initiate any prosecutions in human trafficking, The US report states that Ireland needs to ‘Vigorously investigate, prosecute, and convict suspected offenders of both sex and labor trafficking using the trafficking law.’ Furthermore, Ireland lacks specialized services for human trafficking victims and has no allocated shelters specifically for human trafficking victims.

Welcome to Berkeley Solicitors

We are a niche legal practice firm offering specialized expertise in the areas of Irish and EU immigration law.

The firm was started in September 2016 by Karen Berkeley after she had gained twelve years experience working in the areas of asylum and immigration law.  Berkeley Solicitors provides extensive legal services to clients from start to finish of the immigration process in Ireland. We understand the immigration process is often complicated and stressful for our clients. We carefully listen to our clients wishes, and their aspirations for our service. We provide straightforward and practical advices. We work respectfully with the government authorities on our client’s behalf. We aim to facilitate the best resolution for our clients as efficiently as possible.

We believe that our expertise in the immigration law area will benefit clients who are looking for a professional, experienced and efficient legal representation at competitive costs.

The Immigration Blog

IRELAND SEEKS TO INCREASE CHINESE TOURISM WITH 5-YEAR MULTI-ENTRY VISA OPTION

To celebrate 40 years of dipomatic relations with China, Ireland has implemented a a 5-year multi-entry visa option for Chinese applicants. With a large population and strong economy, China plays a significant role in the tourist market in Ireland. With this new visa option, Ireland hopes to increase Chinese tourism.

US RELEASES 2019 HUMAN TRAFFICKING REPORT; IRELAND FAILS TO MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS

According to recent US report, Ireland fails to meet the minimum standards in eliminating human trafficking but is making efforts to do so. Ireland is trying to develop new identification and referral mechanisms for human trafficking victims. However, it still fails to fully comply with the TVPA. The US report claims that Ireland’s efforts in prosecution and victim protection are ‘insufficient’. Since the law was amended in 2013, Ireland has failed to make a conviction in human trafficking. Also, in 2018, authorities failed to initiate any prosecutions in human trafficking, The US report states that Ireland needs to ‘Vigorously investigate, prosecute, and convict suspected offenders of both sex and labor trafficking using the trafficking law.’ Furthermore, Ireland lacks specialized services for human trafficking victims and has no allocated shelters specifically for human trafficking victims.

Get in touch

Our offices are located at 71 Amiens Street, Dublin 1