Gary McIndoe#3009

Gary McIndoe

Qualified as a Solicitor in 2000. Accredited by the SRA as an immigration supervisor. Gary was born in Manchester and returned to live in the city in 1995 after working and studying in London, then travelling and working around many countries, including Brazil, New Zealand, Indonesia, Israel, Burma and India.

Gary trained as a solicitor at David Gray and Company in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, then came back to Manchester where in 2002 he was appointed Director of the Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit. In 2004, he left to become immigration supervisor at Robert Lizar Solicitor in Moss Side, where he worked until forming Latitude in December 2007.

Latitude Law has offices in Manchester and Liverpool, and offers specialist immigration advice to a wide range of corporate and individual clients, with particular emphasis on PBS and sponsor licensing.

Gary is currently Chair of the Electronic Immigration Network, a charity providing online information in the field of immigration and asylum.

Contributed to


General requirements for settlement in work, business and investment categories
General requirements for settlement in work, business and investment categories
Practice notes

This Practice Note examines the key common requirements for settlement applications in relevant work, business and investment categories in the Immigration Rules. These are absences and continuity of lawful residence, knowledge of the English language and knowledge of life in the UK.

Practice Area


  • Contributing Author
  • Q&A Panel

Qualified Year

  • 2000


  • Law Society
  • ILPA


  • University of Westminster
  • College of Law, Store Street

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