Human Rights Application


Human Rights Application

Under the Human Rights Act 1998 it is unlawful for any public authority, including the Home Office (UK Visas & Immigration) and its immigration officers to act in a way that is inconsistent with the rights set out within the European Convention on Human Rights.

The protection of the European Convention on Human Rights extends to every person within the United Kingdom and also to those under the authority and control of the UK immigration authorities.

Main eligibility requirements for leave to remain on human rights grounds

In certain circumstances, you may be able to apply for leave to remain in the United Kingdom on the basis that to require you to leave would breach your human rights. Anyone subject to an eligible immigration decision also has the right to appeal to the Immigration Tribunal on the ground that the immigration decision breaches their human rights.

The most common human rights provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights that are engaged in an immigration context are Article 3: prohibition on torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; Article 8: right to respect for private and family life.

How we can help

Our immigration lawyers have extensive experience in preparing high quality human rights applications and successfully appealing UKVI Immigration decisions on human rights grounds. Our lawyers are experts in practicing Human Rights law and assisting individuals seeking to remain in the UK on human rights grounds and in their Human Rights applications or appeal process. We pride ourselves on being approachable and proactive in understanding and meeting our clients’ needs. We are a highly driven team, dedicated to providing clear and reliable immigration advice to human rights applicants as part of a professional and friendly service. We take your instructions, understand your requirements, collect all the necessary evidence, complete your application and submit it to the Home Office (UKVI) or to the Tribunal and Courts . Please contact us by phone on 01202 925737 or email office@arukvisa.co.uk or complete our contact form below.