Aldijana Hoad

Senior Associate Solicitor

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Aldijana Hoad, Associate Solicitor at Paragon Law

Aldijana is part of Paragon Law’s private immigration team and has built an enviable reputation advising individuals on making entry clearance and extension applications.  Particular areas of interest include marriage, fiancé(e) and same sex applications, family dependant applications, settlement based on long residence and British citizenship.

Aldijana has also developed a specialism in advising both businesses and individuals in respect of rights under EU Immigration Law.

Aldijana is also a regular trainer on our courses run particularly for the education and not for profit sectors.



"Aldijana is an all-round excellent solicitor, who leaves no stone unturned in terms of the preparation of her client’s case and in seeking to ensure a positive outcome. She adopts a professional approach in all that she does and is an extremely able lawyer. Clients will find her very easy and pleasant to deal with. Further, they can be sure that they will receive informed and realistic advice."

Vijay Jagadesham, Barrister at Garden Court North


"My husband had a very complicated immigration case that had been turned down by several solicitors firms.  After discussions with Paragon Law and specifically Aldijana, I felt much more at ease that there was a light at the end of the tunnel.  My husband achieved his Leave to Remain in the UK indefinitely and we are now happily able to live our lives free from the restrictions previously placed on us.  I am not sure anyone else would have spent the time and due care that Aldijana did on our case, making us feel special and looked after though out the process."

Client, London 2012




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