Sally McEwen

Senior Associate / Consultant

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Sally McEwen, Senior Solicitor at Paragon Law

Sally has been practising immigration law since 2001 and before she joined Paragon Law she was heading up the immigration team of a large London practice, managing three sites in the City of London and South London. 

Sally has handled cases which have set Country Guidance law and has conducted appeals in the High Court and Court of Appeal. 

Her particular areas of practice include cases that involve children, the Points Based System and associate family members.  Sally-Anne is also part of the Immigration Team at Paragon Law that advises educational institutions on the management of their Tier 4 systems and procedures and recently was the immigration law legal advisor to Hardcash Productions with regard to their documentary on ITV concerning bogus colleges.

 

 

 

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