EILN European Immigration Lawyers Network Meeting, Palermo

Palermo, Sicily | 08 Jun 2023

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The European Immigration Lawyers Network, EILN, is a network of 21 specialist European immigration law firms providing advice to businesses and individuals on EU free movement and other immigration law issues.  

The latest conference the EILN members met, was in Palermo, Sicily between the 8th and 11th of June. This 4 day conference was a members-only meeting, were some of the top European immigration lawyers and experts gathered and discussed questions and developments in immigration law and practice. 

The European Immigration Lawyers Network EILN held an immigration lawyers meeting in in Palermo, Sicily. Representing Malta immigration law firm Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates, lawyer Magdalena Velkovska addressed the delegates with developments in Maltese immigration law, including investor migration, HNW immigration, refugee law and asylum law in Malta.

Chetcuti Cauchi Lawyer Magdalena Velkovska 

Magdalena is a senior lawyer in the Firm with a deep understanding of international tax, investment migration and compliance affairs, with a main focus on personal tax residence. In view of this, she heads the personal tax unit where she brings precious experience and know-how, advising HNW Individuals and their families on the suitable relocation options from personal tax and immigration standpoint.    

She has contributed to many international conferences, summits and workshops with her speaking or attendance, on different subjects including, but not limited to international tax, tax and AML compliance and investment migration programmes.  

About the EILN 

The European Immigration Lawyers Network was established in 2000 to meet the changing needs of business and economic migrants, their employers and families in an enlarging European Union. 

  • The objectives of the Network are:
  • To provide a seamless service of advice and action for immigration clients across the European Union
  • To keep members of the Network up to date on all the changes of law at the European level relevant to an
  • Immigration practice
  • To exchange information about national law and practice in the field in order to capitalise on the best options for clients.

The Network is comprised of law firms across European states. The participating firms all have an established reputation for immigration work in their own country. Members of the Network meet regularly to discuss questions and developments in law and practice. 

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