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 or belonging to a particular social group (e.g. LGBT claims, lone female), you will be allowed to stay in the UK and integrate into life in Britain if the authorities find your claims to be credible. We have a large number of asylum caseworkers and lawyers who specialise in applying for asylum and who will be able to talk you through the process, advise you on what proof you will need to provide - if you are able to - and make the application for asylum on your behalf.
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 until you are able to return home.
If you have been detained and face deportation because you have committed a criminal offence or if you face removal because for instance you have overstayed your visa, you can contact us 24 hours a day on our emergency hotline. A solicitor will be available to advise you if you have been arrested and detained by the authorities.
We have a diverse team of Immigration Solicitors and Immigration lawyers who can speak over 70 languages. We also have access to a large network of translators so we are able to accommodate almost all languages and dialects. We are therefore able to offer you legal advice and service in the language you are most comfortable with so that you are fully informed throughout the asylum seeking process.
Our Immigration and Asylum Solicitors and Immigration Lawyers will advise and assist you on whether or not you qualify for Legal Aid funding for your Immigration matter.