Paragon Law has been described as an ‘Immigration Law Powerhouse’. We are highly regarded by clients and peers for handling complex and high-profile cases.
As a niche immigration law firm, we offer the full range of services to companies and individuals. Our client base is varied and includes large public companies, local authorities, charities, start-ups, universities, owner-managed businesses, and individuals, several of which are well known in sports and entertainment.
Types of work undertaken: The firm has the expertise to handle any project or problem that has a UK immigration law or policy angle to it.
Corporate immigration and business services: Our work includes UK sponsor licence applications (across all Tiers), sponsor licence management for key clients, immigration law training and audits of HR immigration processes. We have particular expertise in advising clients who are multisite or are part of a group of companies with sister offices overseas. We also have successful experience of overturning sponsor licence revocations and successfully challenging civil penalty notices. We are retained by several HR teams to ensure that systems and processes are maintained and compliant with UKVI sponsorship duties.
We also assist businesses to set-up in the UK, our expertise includes assisting with business visitor applications, assisting businesses to send senior personnel to the UK via the Expansion Visa, and assisting businesses to transfer key staff to overseas sister companies as senior or specialist workers.
EU-UK Immigration Services: We are active in advising companies and individuals from the EU who require teams in the UK to service projects and contracts. The Brexit team at Paragon Law also advise UK companies and their staff in regard to travel to the EU under the provisions of the EU-UK Trade Agreement.
Personal immigration: We advise individuals and families in the entire immigration process. This includes visa applications, extension applications, Indefinite Leave to Remain and British citizenship. The immigration team can handle difficult and complex cases which quite often require legal arguments under the Human Rights Act. We have obtained a number of exceptional decisions where the UKVI have exercised their discretion or through challenges in the higher courts.