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

THE AMERICAN PRECLEARANCE PROCEDURE MUST BE SUSPENDED

The United States operates border preclearance facilities at a number of ports and airports around the world, including Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport. The preclearance facilities at Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport are now under intense scrutiny following President Trump’s recent Executive Order suspending all refugees’ entry to the US for a 120 day period, and issuing an indefinite ban on refugees from Syria and a 90-day ban on citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

CONCERNS ARE RAISED ON LEGALITY OF THE AMERICAN PRECLEARANCE PROCEDURE AT IRISH AIRPORTS FOLLOWING PRESIDENT TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN

In the recent days, President Trump has enacted an Executive Order suspending all refugees’ entry to the US for a 120 day period, an indefinite ban on refugees from Syria and a 90-day ban on citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Citizens from these countries will not be issued visas to the US, and will be stopped at the point of entry at US airports.

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

THE AMERICAN PRECLEARANCE PROCEDURE MUST BE SUSPENDED

The United States operates border preclearance facilities at a number of ports and airports around the world, including Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport. The preclearance facilities at Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport are now under intense scrutiny following President Trump’s recent Executive Order suspending all refugees’ entry to the US for a 120 day period, and issuing an indefinite ban on refugees from Syria and a 90-day ban on citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

CONCERNS ARE RAISED ON LEGALITY OF THE AMERICAN PRECLEARANCE PROCEDURE AT IRISH AIRPORTS FOLLOWING PRESIDENT TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN

In the recent days, President Trump has enacted an Executive Order suspending all refugees’ entry to the US for a 120 day period, an indefinite ban on refugees from Syria and a 90-day ban on citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Citizens from these countries will not be issued visas to the US, and will be stopped at the point of entry at US airports.

Get in touch

Our offices are located at 71 Amiens Street, Dublin 1