News, Case Studies & Articles

The latest news and views from Paragon Law.


Detrimental to the interests of the United States

10 Mar 17 - President Trump signed a revised executive order on 06 March 2017 which temporarily suspends new entries of nationals to the US from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.


The Supreme Court gives judgement on spouse visas and the financial requirements of £18,600

2 Mar 17 - In July 2012, the Government made substantial changes to the Immigration Rules, which particularly impacted on those who were sponsoring family members coming to the UK.


Tier 2 Overseas Criminal Record Certificates

24 Jan 17 - From 6th April 2017, the Home Office will require some Tier 2 applicants to obtain criminal record checks. The roles that will be subject to this requirement are typically in healthcare, education or other sectors where applicants may work with vulnerable


Changes to the Immigration Rules – Update for Employers

25 Nov 16 - The important changes to the Immigration Rules which employers and sponsored workers need to be aware of and which came into effect on 24 November 2016, are as follows


Recent Court Cases seek to clarify what rights EEA nationals have to remain in the UK whilst job seeking

28 Sep 16 - EEA Nationals are allowed to remain in the UK whilst they are exercising their right to freedom of movement under the EEA Regulations.


Post-Brexit Immigration Advice Seminars

3 Aug 16 - Paragon Law have, since the Brexit referendum, been providing in-house seminars to clients and their EU/EEA staff members on the requirements of regularising immigration status before the UK invokes Article 50.