Tracy Evlogidis is a partner and Head of the immigration practice in London. With more than 18 years of experience practicing immigration and nationality law, Tracy helps corporate and individual clients navigate the complexities of the UK immigration system. Multinational companies in the financial services, technology, retail, education, media, and legal services sectors are among Tracy’s clients. She counsels companies on employee relocation programs and international assignments, guides them through the process of obtaining visas, permanent residency, and/or British citizenship, and helps develop internal immigration policies and practices.
With a thorough knowledge of the UK point-based system, Tracy advises clients on sponsorship applications. She also helps sponsors with investigations for immigration compliance, including providing detailed, hands-on preparation for UK visas and immigration audits and maximizing the use of fast track facilities to expedite applications.
Tracy also represents high-net-worth individuals, together with a number of high-profile individuals in the media, entertainment, and private banking sectors. She counsels them on exceptional or complex applications for indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom, and on nationality applications. Additionally, she provides bespoke solutions to clients and their families and family offices for residency, travel, and citizenship issues.
She has been consistently recognized as a “Leading Individual” in immigration in the UK Legal 500 (2008–2014), and is also listed in Chambers UK: A Client’s Guide to the UK Legal Profession (2009–2014), Who’s Who Legal (2015), Chambers Global (2014), Acquisition International (2014) and the Super Lawyers (2013).
Tracy is an active member of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association and its economic migration subcommittee. She works closely with a number of senior officials with the UK Border Agency, and is also a consultant to the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner. She is directly involved in the UK Government’s continuing immigration law changes, acting as a stakeholder on behalf of key business sectors.
College of Law of England and Wales, London, 1997, Diploma in Legal Practice
England & Wales (Solicitor)
Awards and Affiliations
Listed, Legal 500 UK (2013–2014)
Listed, Chambers UK: A Client's Guide to the UK Legal Profession, Band 2: Immigration: Business (2012–2014)
Listed, Who's Who Legal: Corporate Immigration (2015)
Winner, Corporate Livewire Awards: Labour and Employment(2015)