Welcome to our OISC Jobs webpage, which lists individuals across the United Kingdom (including our OISC course attendees) who are looking to gain immigration jobs or work experience on a part-time, full-time or volunteer basis.
If you are part of an OISC organisation or other business which is hiring for immigration jobs, please contact us on [email protected] to recruit the right immigration adviser. If you are an individual looking for an immigration job, an OISC job or an OISC Level 1 job and would like to advertise on our OISC Jobs page for free , please send an email to [email protected].
Based in Leeds, Emmanuel has taken our OISC Level 1 and 2 courses. He has an interest in family law immigration, Appeals, PBS Immigration etc and is seeking full or part-time employment in an immigration law firm in and around Leeds and Bradford to gain experience. Contact us to receive a copy of his CV.
Based in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, Nadia has taken our OISC Level 1 course and has a strong interest in Immigration and Asylum law, with a particular emphasis on Human Rights and Social Welfare dimensions. She would particularly like to gain experience by supporting refugees fleeing from unstable regimes and seeking asylum. She is willing to travel to all parts of London, Reading or Oxford.
Based in Leeds, Shaho has completed our OISC Level 1 Course. He is looking to volunteer or gain part-time work experience in an OISC organisation or immigration law firm. He has a particular interest in spouse visa applications and would like to gain more experience of all types of visa applications, British naturalisation applications and travel document applications. Shaho is willing to travel outside of Leeds, to places such as Wakefield and Bradford. If you would like to receive a copy of his CV, please get in touch with us.
Based in Nottingham, Shahram is fluent in Farsi and has attended our OISC Level 1 Course. He wishes to work in areas of immigration and asylum law related to OISC Level 1 accreditation and shall consider volunteering or working part-time. If you wish to request a copy of his CV, please get in touch.
Based in Northern Ireland, Rabia is willing to travel to England to gain experience in the immigration law. Having completed our OISC Level 1 course, she has developed an interest in immigration law and wishes to gain more experience in the following fields: work permits, student and family visas. She is available for part-time work or to work as a volunteer. For more queries and to request a copy of her CV, please get in touch.
Based in Manchester, Imran has completed our OISC Level 1 Course. He has an interest in all areas of immigration law and asylum law, although he is particularly keen to work in family law immigration, PBS immigration, asylum law and appeals. He is able to work part-time or full-time. To request a copy of his CV, please get in touch.
Based in Berkhamsted, near London. Maria is available to work as a volunteer and would like gain immigration law experience before taking her OISC competence assessment. She speaks native Spanish and fluent French. She has completed our OISC Level 1 Course and has a particular interest in work permits and family visas. For more queries and to request a copy of her CV, please get in touch.
Based in Gloucester, Andreea is a delegate of our OISC Level 1 Course, OISC Level 2 Course and OISC Level 3 courses and is enthusiastic about immigration law and asylum law. She is open to practising both immigration law and asylum law and she is looking to volunteer either in the evenings and remotely or she is prepared to work full-time in-person during the day. Andreea has experience as an interpreter and speaks English and Romanian. To request a copy of her CV, please get in touch.
Based in Fulham & Hammersmith, Xiao is available to work as a part-time volunteer and would like to gain some experience before taking her OISC Level 1 exam. She speaks fluent Mandarin and fluent English. She has completed the OISC Level 1 Course, has an interest in both Immigration and Asylum law, particularly dealing with Student Visas, Skilled workers’ Visas and Start-up Visas.