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Asylum

Making a claim for asylum is stressful.
Our in-depth knowledge of refugee and human rights law allows us to provide a comprehensive assessment of your chances of success.

You only get one chance to present the best possible case to the Immigration authorities and it is therefore important that your legal team are specialists in this area of law.

We will make an initial assessment of your case and advise you immediately whether you have a good case. We believe that it is only fair that you know your legal position as soon as possible so that you do not waste your time and money and expose yourself to unnecessary stress and uncertainty. If we do take on your case, we will fight your corner at every stage of the legal process.

If we take on your case we will bring together other experts such as country experts, medical experts and the best advocates to ensure that every angle of your asylum or human rights claim is covered to increase the prospects of success in your case.

If your asylum or human rights claim has been refused, and you have been through an unsuccessful appeal to the Tribunal, you may be considering a fresh claim. Legally, this is difficult and time consuming work, but Immigration Legal Services’ experienced lawyers can guide you through the process and give you the best chance of achieving a positive outcome.

We can arrange an interpreter if you do not speak English.

Our clients instruct us on and we are specialists in the following types of human rights and asylum cases:

  • Claiming asylum and human rights protection in the UK;
  • Asylum claim for unaccompanied asylum seeking children;
  • Extension of leave applications for unaccompanied asylum seeking children;
  • Indefinite Leave to Remain applications for those granted refugee status or humanitarian protection;
  • Advising on further submissions for those who have exhausted their appeal rights;
  • Fresh asylum and human rights applications for people with new evidence;
  • Family reunion applications;
  • Resisting removal
Asylum

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