The UK is world renowned for providing a safe place to those seeking asylum. These individuals may have fled their home countries due to persecution. Our Immigration Solicitors can help those claiming asylum or who have a Human Rights claim.
Seeking asylum in the UK
It is difficult to know what the Home Office is looking for when deciding whether a person is in need of protection under the 1951 Refugee Convention, or if their Human Rights will be breached. Any refusal may have disastrous consequences especially as the Home Office will require the migrant to leave the United Kingdom.
When preparing your application for asylum it is essential that you receive legal advice from a specialist Immigration solicitor. You will also need documentary evidence to show that there are strong reasons for the UK immigration authorities to allow you to remain in the United Kingdom.
This is an area of law that is largely governed by International Agreements with a high degree of discretion. Our Immigration lawyers are able to guide you through this complex process of claiming asylum in the UK.
Important things to consider
Asylum and Human Rights applications can be very complicated whether you are applying:
- For the first time;
- To extend the visa you have been granted;
- For Indefinite Leave to Remain under the protection route;
- Or have completed the relevant period under Humanitarian Protection or Discretionary Leave to Remain
It is therefore important that you get the right legal advice and assistance from a qualified Immigration solicitor at the outset.
Here at Lei Dat & Baig Solicitors our Immigration solicitors have an outstanding reputation for acting on behalf of individuals with highly successful results.
We have developed a reputation for being approachable and “going the extra mile” for its clients whilst maintaining ethical and socially responsible standards.
Our Immigration lawyers can assist you with your Asylum and Human Rights case no matter how complex it is. We are able to assist you with:
- Applications to the Home Office for asylum for any of the convention reasons;
- Cases involving children, victims of torture and rape, domestic violence, trafficking, sexual orientation and gender related issues;
- Human rights applications based on fear of torture, or cruel, inhuman, degrading treatment;
- Human Rights applications on medical grounds of serious illness;
- Human Rights applications on the basis of family or length of residence in the United Kingdom;
- Representation at all levels of the appeal system;
- Judicial Review applications to the Administrative Court relating to Asylum and Human Rights matters;
- Family reunion;
- Representing those who face exclusion from the Refugee Convention
What should you do now?
If you or a loved one are seeking asylum and wish to remain in the UK our Immigration lawyers can provide you with quality legal advice to achieve the best possible outcome.
For initial advice or to arrange a meeting with one of our Immigration solicitors please Contact Us on 0151 807 8787.