Tayyiba also has experience in matters of Financial Relief. In addition to this she also specialises in Immigration and Human Rights Law, including applications appeals to the Tribunal and High Court for asylum and entry clearance. There is an overlap between Family and Immigration in which Tayyiba finds this knowledge of use, especially in cases where parties in Family proceedings do not have leave to remain, and the issue is what approach should a court take. Similarly, in the field of Immigration and Human rights law, parties may have children with whom contact will be severed if they are removed.
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Tayyiba was called to the Bar in 1998 and specialises in Family and Immigration law. Within the field of Family, she has experience in Children Act proceedings including residence, contact, parental responsibility and removal from the Jurisdiction. Tayyiba has dealt with cases involving foreign Jurisdiction within the context of removal; abduction; validity and status of overseas marriages and divorces; requisite Jurisdiction in which to proceed with financial relief. Furthermore, she deals with all aspects of Care proceedings and Adoption.