George Hanvere

Trainee Solicitor
01159 644119
georgeh@paragonlaw.co.uk
www.linkedin.com/in/georgehanvere

OVERVIEW

In 2019 George graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a First-Class Honours in Law (LLB) and went on to have a summer internship at Paragon Law where he experienced a broad range of roles within the firm. Following a successful period as an intern, George was offered a full-time position as a Senior Caseworker in the Private Immigration team. In the Autumn of 2021 George was offered a training contract at Paragon Law and began his new role as a Trainee Solicitor and he is set to qualify as an Immigration Solicitor in 2023. Alongside these progressions, during his time at Paragon Law, George has completed the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Trent University and is currently working towards a Master’s in Law..

 

George is a lead team member of our partnership with Here for Good that provides pro-bono legal aid to vulnerable EU,EEA and Swiss nationals in relation to the EU Settlement Scheme. George provided pro-bono advice to clients by email, a free telephone helpline by taking on complex case referrals from charities and support organisations. As part of his work with Here For Good, George was recently shortlisted alongside his colleague Elliott Dipper for Community Award at Generation Next – Helping you thrive.

 

SPECIALISM

  • Advising and assisting individuals with applications under the EU settlement Scheme including Zambrano applications, Late applications to the EU Settlement Scheme and Derivative Rights of Residence applications
  • Advising and assisting individuals with applications under Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules, including spouse entry clearance and leave to remain applications and applications for leave to remain as the parent of a British citizen child in the UK.
  • Advising and assisting individuals with applications for British Citizenship including applications for minors to be registered as a British Citizen and applications naturalisation as a British citizen.
  • Advising and assisting refugees with applications for family reunion both within the Immigration Rules and outside of the Immigration Rules.

 

WHY SPEAK WITH GEORGE?

  • Ability to work to a deadline: Given the nature of his work and his legal experience, George has demonstrated he can respond to deadlines and provide excellent, relevant advice.
  • Expert Knowledge in relation to the EU Settlement Scheme: Through his work with Here for Good, George has advised over 200 individuals with queries and applications under the EU Settlement Scheme with an extremely high success rate. 

 

TESTIMONIALS

'My family has arrived on Sunday safely. It was very emotional to see my mother after about 10 years and little brother for the first time! I have no words to describe this feeling right now. I just want to thank to the company (Paragon Law) for helping, working and sacrificing for me to reunite with my lovely family. And all to those lawyers who gave everything to make this happen. Right now, I will leave with my huge appreciation but one day soon I will find a words to thank you for your amazing work. Thank you very very much.' - Immigration Client of George Hanvere 2021 (Family Reunion Application) 

 

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