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Alex Piletska

Solicitor, Turpin Miller
Alex is a solicitor at Turpin & Miller, an Oxford-based specialist immigration firm where she has worked since 2017. She undertakes a wide range of immigration work, including family migration, Points Based System applications, appeals and Judicial Review. 

Alex studied English at the University of Cambridge and Cognitive Psychology at the Open University, before completing an MSc in Experimental Psychology at the University of Sussex in 2014. 

She completed her GDL at the University of Sussex in 2016, and her LPC at the University of Law in 2020, achieving a Distinction. She is currently working towards an LLM.

Alex is a regular contributor to Free Movement, a widely-read immigration and asylum blog. 
Contributed to


Conditions of permission to enter or stay in the UK
Conditions of permission to enter or stay in the UK
Practice notes

People granted permission to enter or stay in the UK for a limited period frequently have conditions attached to their permission. These can include restrictions on work, occupation, study or claiming public funds, and a requirement to register with the police. This Practice Note explains the main conditions of permission, when and how they can be attached and the consequences of breach of conditions.

Practice areas


  • ILPA


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