“This immigration law powerhouse is extremely highly regarded in the field, and is best known for handling complex and high profile cases... The lawyers are admired for their incredible hard work and total dedication to clients.  They push and push and never take no for an answer”.

 

Chambers and Partners Directory to the Legal Profession

 

We have built this reputation for advising on global immigration law matters because immigration law is our niche – it is the only law that we do! 

 

However, our team of lawyers have micro-niched their specialisms within immigration law, which works for our clients because they have a real expert dealing with their case. 

 

This high level of knowledge and expertise should be important when choosing a lawyer to help with your case, because immigration laws are constantly changing and you need the assurance that your lawyer is up to date, on the ball and knows the strategy to win

 

We can cut through the red tape and focus on what is required to make your application a success.  Getting your case started on the right track with an expert who knows what they are doing will save you time and money.

 

We look forward working with you. 

 

For Individuals

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for companies

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Right2Rent

 

Paragon Law now brings you a market-leading product called Right2Rent which enables Tenants, Landlords and Letting Agents to certify their right to rent a property in the UK as required by the Immigration Act 2014.

 

For more information visit https://www.right2rent.co.uk

 

 

 

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