Whitefield Solicitors are the leading specialists in Asylum Claims

Asylum, Legacy and Human Rights Claims

We provide High Quality, cost –effective and efficient advice and services for the persons seeking to enter or remain in the United Kingdom as an Asylum Seeker or according to Human Rights. In this category of Immigration Law a person will be considered a refugee and able to claim asylum according to the Human Rights if he/she has:

  • A well-founded fear of being persecuted
  • For the reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular political party, opinion or social group
  • In the country of his nationality or former habitual residence and
  • He is unable or unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country, or he is unwilling to return to it due to such fear

Our dedicated team also assist persons who believe that there removal from the United Kingdom would be a violation of their human rights guaranteed under the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. The human rights on which an individual can rely include:

  • Right to life
  • Freedom from torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • Right to private and family life

Furthermore, we can also assist persons who come under the Humanitarian Protection rule. This includes persons who face serious risk of harm in their home countries. Serious harm refers to:

  • The death penalty or execution
  • Unlawful killing
  • Torture or inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment of a person in the country of return
  • Serious and individual threat to a civilian’s life or person by reason of indiscriminate violence in situations of international or internal armed conflict

Our dedicated team of Immigration Lawyers is able to protect your all Human Rights according to the European convention on Human Rights and human Rights Act 1998

Article 2: Right to Life

Article 3: Prohibition of Torture, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

Article 4: Prohibition of Slavery and Forced Labour

Article 5: Right to Liberty and Security

Article 6: Right to a Fair Trial

Article 7: No Punishment without Law

Article 8: Right to Respect for Private and Family Life

Article 9: Freedom of Though, Conscience and Religion

Article 10: Freedom of Expression

Article 11: Freedom of Assembly and Association

Article 12: Right to Marry

Article 13: Right to an Effective Remedy

Article 14: Prohibition of Discrimination

 

Discretionary Leave, Humanitarian Protection outside the Immigration Rules

The Secretary of State has discretion to exercise her power in individual’s favor. If a person has no chance of success under the Immigration Rules and his/her circumstances are truly exceptional and companionate, he can make representations to the Secretary of State requesting leave to remain in the United Kingdom outside the Immigration Rules.

We provide efficient and cost-effective advice and services for the persons who wish to make an application for discretionary leave to remain in the United Kingdom outside immigration rules.

Call 0161 740 4446 now for a Free Consultation.

Why not give us a call and speak directly to one of our specialist  solicitors about your inquiry and how we may be able help you getting what is rightfully yours.

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