Karen Rimmer


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Karen Rimmer, Senior Solicitor at Paragon LawKaren is a Solicitor and is experienced in both immigration applications and deportation issues. Karen has worked in the field of immigration since 2007 and can advise on all stages, from initial application through to appeal, in both Tiers of the Tribunal. Karen has also had success at Judicial Review and can advise on the prospects for success on such applications (see HM (Malawi) v SSHD [2010] EWHC 1407 (Admin).


Karen has a particular specialism in deportation and advising clients on applications based on human rights, in particular Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, and continues to advise detained clients on deportation related issues.


Recent articles by Karen Rimmer please click link below

Deport First, Appeal Later-The Effects Explained



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It has been a busy and uncertain 24 hours in politics and what appears below is the text of my commentary in the media yesterday, following confirmation that Teresa May had negotiated a transition deal and was putting it to her cabinet.