Saad Saeed joined Aman Solicitors Advocates in 2004 and has been part of the immigration team since then. Saad is currently the head of the immigration department in the Luton branch and the head of the employment department.
Saad can speak fluent Urdu, moderate German and basic French. Saad maintains a good relationship with his clients and is proud of being able to provide them with clear and helpful advice throughout their cases.
Saad has over 10 years of experience in immigration law and over 6 years of experience in employment law. In his employment practice Saad has represented individuals and business alike and secured excellent results for both sets of clients.
Saad has represented a wide client base, ranging from asylum seekers from Europe, Asia, Africa, South and Central America, through to businessmen, a doctor’s practise and a charity. Saad has particular expertise in European law and the “Ankara Agreement”.
Saad also has 7 years of experience of representing clients at appeal hearings in the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal and the Employment Tribunal. Saad was the instructing solicitor in landmark cases such as Bibi and others v ECO  EWCA Civ 740, ECO v NH (India) v ECO  EWCA Civ 1330, EN (Serbia) v SSHD  EWCA Civ 630, and SM (India) v ECO  EWCA Civ 1426. Saad is also instructed by other solicitors to represent their clients in the Immigration and Asylum Chamber in the First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal. Saad has made applications to the duty judge in the High Court and obtained emergency injunctions on behalf of clients at short notice.
Saad’s favourite quote is “There is usually a solution to each client’s problems, it’s just a question of finding it”.