Who is eligible for asylum in the UK?
To stay in the UK as a refugee you must be unable to safely remain in your own country for fear of persecution related to your:
- Political opinion
- Cultural, social, religious or political situation in your country (such as gender or sexual orientation)
In addition to the above, you must also have failed to get protection from authorities in your country. If you are unsure which category your claim is most relevant to, our immigration team can assess your case to provide the best possible course of action.
What asylum and human rights claims can you help with?
Thanks to our experience in this area of law, our immigration team offer a thorough and compassionate approach to each individual case. The UK asylum process can appear daunting and confusing, so we know how crucial it is to provide the right advice that will add value to your case. This ensures we are able to deal with:
- Asylum appeals and deportation
- Refugee status, humanitarian protection and discretionary leave
- Fresh UK asylum claims
- Family reunions
- Legacy cases
- Travel documents for adults and children
- Deportation prevention
- UK permanent residence
The UK is obliged to consider your application for asylum as a signatory to the 1951 Refugee Convention. We will help you put together the strongest possible case for asylum and guide you through interview and appeal hearings.
Why choose us?
When applying for asylum or human rights advice there is a lot at stake for you and your family. Whatever your reasons for claiming asylum, we listen and care about the outcome of your application. We will do our very best to help free you of the persecution you experienced in your country of origin. Our team of immigration solicitors are committed to successfully securing your future in the UK by working hard to support you and your family every step of the way.