Shara Pledger

Associate at Latitude Law

Co-convenor of the ILPA North West Working Group

Shara has worked in the area of UK immigration with Latitude Law since 2010. She regularly handles sponsor licensing applications for employers, as well as other complex Points-Based System issues. Shara specialises in applications for entrepreneurs/innovators and investors, and also assists highly skilled migrants seeking endorsements as ‘Global Talent’.

Shara is a co-convener of the ILPA North West working group

Shara delivers ILPA’s ‘Introduction to Business Immigration Law’ and ‘Employing Migrant Workers: Tier 2, sponsorship & alternatives’ training.

Shara's Upcoming Training

Wednesday 10 June 2020, 15:00 – 18:15, 3.0 CPD Hours
Tutor: Shara Pledger, Latitude Law

A basic to intermediate level course aimed at those who do not yet feel confident with Tier 2 sponsorship. We will take a closer look at the requirements for employers and workers, and how the sponsorship system impacts them.

The aim of the course is to expand and develop knowledge of business immigration law. We will demystify the Tier 2 sponsorship system and equip attendees to speak with confidence and precision on this tricky subject.


Shara's Past Training

Tutors: Shara Pledger, Latitude Law and Arshia Hashmi, Freeths LLP

The course will provide an introduction to some of the most relevant areas of UK business immigration law, relating to both individuals and companies.

Topics covered will include;

  • Sponsored workers,
  • Business visitors,
  • Sole representatives and
  • Newly introduced Start-up and Innovator routes

This course will also include an update on the government’s plans for the UK’s future skilled based immigration system.

An Introduction to Business Immigration

Thank you! It was a very informative session!

An Introduction to Business Immigration

I liked the anecdotal experience which supported the guidance nicely. Also, the use of case studies really helped to solidify the information provided.

An Introduction to Business Immigration

I liked the evaluative aspect, i.e. what works, what doesn’t and why – you guys really know your stuff!