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Kinley Legal is an Isle of Man corporate and private client law firm founded by Christopher Kinley, formerly of Alma Legal.
Kinley Legal is an Isle of Man corporate and private client law firm founded by Christopher Kinley, formerly of Alma Legal.

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WE'VE MOVED - With effect from Monday 15 May 2017, Kinley Legal's office is now located at 4 Albert Street, Douglas IM1 2QA, immediately across the street from the Isle of Man Courts of Justice.

We look forward to welcoming our clients and friends to our new home - but please bear with us this week, while our telecoms provider gets us re-connected!

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While theoretical Scots citizenship sounds exciting, for the moment we're concentrating on helping our British clients explore the Irish, Maltese and Cypriot options on this list to keep their EU rights. Get in touch, to find out more.

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STOP PRESS: Last night, important new procedures for Tiers 2, 4 and 5 of the IOM immigration Points Based System were published, taking effect in just a few days' time. Anyone intending to take employees or students from outside the EEA should consult us urgently to ensure you understand your new responsibilties.

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Kinley Legal is delighted to announce that Trainee Solicitor Leah Sizova has recently been elected as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) with a specialisation in working between English and Russian. Well done, Leah!

At the same time, Kinley Legal director Christopher Kinley has been recognised by CIOL as a Chartered Linguist.

The CIOL is the leading UK-based membership body for language professionals, and aims to enhance and promote the value of languages and language skills in the public interest.

Find out more at http://www.kinleylegal.com/our-news/linguistic-success/
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Christopher Kinley of Kinley Legal will be visiting Shanghai, Chengdu and Tianjin with the Manninvest delegation in July/August to report on Isle of Man investment and immigration opportunities post-Brexit: come and join us if you'll be in one of those cities! He's also expecting to be in Hong Kong on 4-5 August - send a private message if you'd like to meet. www.manninvest.com
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It'll be a long time before we truly know how yesterday's UK decision to leave the EU will affect European workers in the Isle of Man and UK. We expect to be helping many long-term Isle of Man and UK resident Europeans with British citizenship applications in coming months, to help safeguard their future here. Do stay! Get in touch, if this does affect you.

A lesson from one of our recent clients: never, never, never hold a joint bank account with anyone else unless it is for a considered estate planning reason that your advocate and accountant have advised you upon. To find out why it matters, get in touch!

What do we do all day? Well, in January we've been hard at work, helping a startup client with a regulatory application to the Financial Services Authority, negotiating a maintenance contract for a fleet of 757s, writing wills and Enduring/Lasting Powers of Attorney for our private clients, and are about to appeal a visa refusal to the Immigration Adjudicator, and even issue a civil claim for one of our established clients. What fun!

Merry Christmas to all our clients and friends who celebrate it in December, and a Happy New Year too! 

Our offices will be closed on 25 and 28 December and on 1 and 4 January. Our office will be unattended 29 to 31 December but Christopher Kinley will still be available by telephone and e-mail and would be happy to help with any urgent matter.

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We live and love the Isle of Man and the government's new site www.locate.im is inspiring. It's designed for people simply moving from the UK, but even if you are considering a move to join us from further away, we at Kinley Legal can help with your immigration, business and other legal needs!
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