If you have been forced to leave your country and are unable to return because you fear you will be persecuted for your race, religion, nationality or political opinion, you will be allowed to stay in the UK and integrate into life in Britain if the authorities find your claims to be credible.
You may be in a position where you do not qualify for asylum but you need to stay in the UK so that your human rights are protected. In this instance one of our human rights lawyers will be able to examine your case and help you obtain the right to stay in the UK.
You will increase the chances of your application being accepted if you apply for asylum at the earliest possible opportunity. Please contact our immigration solicitors now if you need to make an application. We will also be able to discuss funding options available for your case and assess whether or not you qualify for Legal Aid.
For a free 30 minute telephone consultation with one of our expert UK immigration lawyers during this period please click this link.
If your case has been refused and you have no right to appeal further, you may still be granted leave by making fresh submissions to the Home Office:
Contact us if you have any new evidence, or changes to your circumstance, to discuss whether you can make fresh submissions to the Home Office.
For more information on applying for asylum see here - https://www.duncanlewis.co.uk/Immigration_asylum_application.html
For information on unaccompanied minors see here - https://www.duncanlewis.co.uk/Immigration_asylum_Minors.html
For information on reuniting refugees with their family members (family reunion) see here - https://www.duncanlewis.co.uk/Immigration_asylum_refugees.html