Andrew Nyamayaro is the Director and Principal solicitor for Tann Law Solicitors Ltd. He is the current Vice President of the Warwickshire Law Society. Andrew is experienced in several areas of law which include immigration, family, business, employment and human rights law. He has vast experience in dealing with clients from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Andrew has done various voluntary work including volunteering as a magistrate and school governor. Andrew is a public speaker who has addressed various political, religious, social and charitable organisations on leading issues of law.
Andrew has excellent advocacy and litigation skills and frequently appears in the Immigration and Asylum First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal. He is skilled in preparing judicial review applications and has worked with some of the most renowned barristers in the UK.
Andrew has assisted clients with various Home Office applications including student applications; other points based applications and leave to remain extensions. He is effective in communicating and negotiating with the Home Office. Andrew has also assisted people seeking asylum and humanitarian protection in the UK with excellent results. He has a clear understanding of the refugee convention and the European Convention on Human rights. He has helped victims of domestic violence and victims of human trafficking.
Andrew Nyamayaro was admitted as a legal practitioner, Notary Public and Conveyancer in Zimbabwe in 2000. He worked for two law firms in Zimbabwe before coming to the UK. He was admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales in 2012. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Law Honours degree and is qualified under the Law Society Immigration & Asylum Accreditation Scheme as a Level 2 senior caseworker
Bernard is an esteemed lawyer with years of experience gained in the United Kingdom and abroad. He holds a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Master of Laws degree majoring in International Commercial Law from the University of Northampton. He was registered as a Legal Practitioner in Zimbabwe in 2014 and is pursuing qualification as a solicitor in England and Wales through the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme.
Bernard has worked in several legal capacities advising on Immigration matters. He has a particular interest in Employment law with a bias against discrimination and equality issues. He has also advocated for people with mental health issues.
He is commercially astute and a natural diplomat who listens to the needs of the client is attentive and quickly understands issues as presented. Bernard is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Mrs Bvunzawabaya has extensive experience in dealing with Immigration Law. She qualified in Zimbabwe and started her career in Zimbabwe before migrating to England. Rumbi worked for the Legal Complaints Service as an Immigration Complaints Caseworker before setting up in private practice in September 2007.
Her areas of interest are Immigration and Asylum, International Family Law, Wills and Probate.
She has over 19 years of direct legal experience (3 years in general private practice, 5 years in Regulatory Law and 7 years practising and specializing in Immigration and Asylum law in England.
She is well known for being empathic, customer focused and results orientated. Rumbi is well known for her positive outlook. Rumbi takes on hard to win cases and fights for the clients relentlessly. She worked on the MM and Ors v SSHD  EWHC 1900 (Admin)case. Three individuals brought a joint challenge to the new financial provisions within the Immigration Rules (the “Rules”) namely, that a sponsor who wishes to bring his spouse/partner to the UK must earn a minimum of £18,600 or have savings above £16,000 which make up the shortfall. They asserted that the financial requirements were contrary to Articles 8, 12 and 14 of the ECHR. – Rumbi acted for AF an interested party in these proceedings.
Rumbi has also acted in the case of Kadyamarunga vs SSHD /Admin/2014/301.html. This case dealt with a legacy case where the applicant was granted discretionary leave to remain. The Challenge made was based on the fact that the Secretary of State had promised to deal with the case before July 2011. Our assertion was that the applicant should have been granted Indefinite Leave to Remain on the basis of that promise.
Rumbi is experienced in all aspects of immigration and asylum law. Her wide-ranging caseload includes entry clearance applications and appeals, nationality and asylum applications and applications for further leave to remain in the UK, including under the Points Based System.
Rumbi is in demand as a speaker on the latest developments in UK immigration and asylum law at Community events and you can book her to speak at your event on firstname.lastname@example.org. Rumbi has managed RBM Solicitors since it was set up in September 2007. She is now working part-time as a consultant whilst focusing on expanding the work of Migrant Family Support www.migrantfamilysupport.co.uk.
She is also an Evangelist who is very keen on spreading the message of Freedom in Christ. Rumbi is the Founder of Freedom Ministry and you can follow her on her blog www.rumbibvunzawbaya.co.uk. Facebook and Instagram.
Rumbi is married to Muchada. They met at the University of Zimbabwe and have been married for 20 years. They have three children.
Muchada is a Senior Immigration Advisor with several years of experience. He has a wealth of experience in immigration, asylum and human rights law and has successfully acted for clients in a complex asylum, deportation and entry clearance appeal.
He is well versed with advising private clients, entrepreneurs, investors, multi-national organisations and SME’s on a full range of immigration solutions under
the points-based system.
Farhana is an Assistant Caseworker at Tann Law Solicitors. She commenced her role at RBM Solicitors in September 2017. Farhana has continued her role at Tann Law after RBM’s incorporation with our firm in February 2018. She specialises predominantly in Immigration and Family matters and is competent in dealing with other legal areas. She holds a BA Criminology and Law Degree from Coventry University. Farhana has gained an extensive range of legal experience through her previous work at Citizens Advice Bureau, and law firms.
Farhana is currently studying a Post Graduate Diploma in Law, and will complete her Legal Practice Course the following year, to provide her with the right skills that she requires to become a future Solicitor. Farhana has the ability to provide a high level of consistency. She enjoys Immigration and Family matters as she aspires to help individuals in need of legal support. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, shopping and travelling. Farhana can be contacted at: email@example.com.
Mary is an Assistant Caseworker at Tann Law Solicitors, joining the firm’s Immigration department in February 2018. She initially gained an interest in Immigration Law whilst working at RBM Solicitors. Since February 2018, the two firms merged, and Mary continued with us. She is competent in drafting successful entry clearance applications for spouses/dependent relatives, family reunion, and settlement applications. In addition, she undertakes claims for asylum, further submissions and appeals.
Mary holds a Degree in Law and has completed the Legal Practice Course at Birmingham City University. She also has experience in dealing with Family Law matters, to include divorce and privately funded Child Arrangement Orders.
In her spare time, Mary enjoys shopping, travelling, eating out and spending time with her family.
Mary can be contacted by email at Mary@tannlaw.co.uk.
Adeeba is currently a Legal Executive at Tann Law Solicitors. She holds a 1st class law degree and undertaking the Chartered Legal Executive (CILEx) route to qualify as a solicitor. Adeeba’s areas of interest are Immigration Law, Employment Law, Family Law and Civil Litigation. She takes a genuine and personal interest in each case and works closely with a trusted network of specialists to ensure that clients receive top-quality legal guidance.
Currently Adeeba is taking on immigration matters which include Asylum, entry clearance, Indefinite Leave to Remain, Permanent Residence, Appeals & Judicial Reviews, Visit visas.
Yvonne Mahlunge Gwashawanhu
Yvonne is a well experienced solicitor. She has worked as a solicitor for several years. She is an Immigration and Public Law specialist. Yvonne has experience in dealing with the Home Office. Her meticulous attention to detail and dedication to her work has meant that she has a high success rate. Yvonne has appeared in the Immigration and Asylum Tribunals both in the First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal.
As a Public Law specialist she has done numerous judicial review applications in the Upper tribunal and the High court. She has worked with top notch barristers across the country.
Yvonne is also admitted as a Legal practitioner, Notary Public and Conveyancer in Zimbabwe.