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Asylum

If you have any questions whatsoever regarding Asylum, it is important to seek legal advice right away. Our highly respected Asylum solicitors in London and Belfast have a wealth of experience in protecting our clients’ rights, so do not delay in contacting us today.

London: 020 3051 5060
Belfast: 028 9002 2371

To request a callback from one of our solicitors, please click here.

What is Asylum?

This is a form of protection that is granted to people who have had to flee their home country due to a fear of persecution based on race, political opinion or religion etc.

The UK has long been a safe haven for refugees, however, the application process can complex and daunting. The UK Border Agency will not hesitate to refuse protection if they form the view that is a refugee is not genuine or protection is not needed. Our immigration lawyers can help those claiming asylum or those who have a claim on Human Rights grounds.

The law regarding this subject is incredibly complex. The U.K. Home Office will decide whether a person is in need of protection under the 1951 Refugee Convention, or if a person’s Human Rights are at stake.

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What To Do Now

It’s vital that individuals know what rights and protections are available to help explain your situation to the Home Office. For this reason, it’s best to seek quality legal advice, so no costly mistakes are made at the beginning.

Contact our Asylum solicitors today on:
London: 020 3051 5060
Belfast: 028 9002 2371

Alternatively, you can quickly leave your details in the enquiry form below and we will contact you as soon as possible.

We Cover:

  • Asylum Claims
  • Family Reunion Program
  • Human Rights Claims
  • Gateway Protection Program
  • Discretionary Leave to Remain
  • Unsuccessful Asylum Application

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