Human Rights and Protection


Human Rights Application

Under the Human Rights Act 1998 it is unlawful for any public authority, including the Home Office (UK Visas & Immigration)

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Protection and Asylum Claim

If you are at risk of persecution in your country, and are unable to return because of risk of persecution, you may be recognised as a refugee and be given permission to remain in the UK.

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Private Life Application

Immigration Rules provide the basis on which a person can apply for entry clearance to the UK or leave to remain in the UK on family life grounds or leave to remain here on private life grounds.

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Immigration Bail Application

We can apply for your immigration bail if the Home Office is holding you on immigration matters. This means you might be released from detention

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Immigration Detention Application

There are several categories of people who are detained under Immigration Act powers, with some individuals falling into more than one category.

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Immigration Appeal

We can appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) if the Home Office has decided to refuse eligible application or appeal

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