Asylum Claim

What is an Asylum Claim?

The 1951 Geneva Convention relating to the Status of Refugees is the basis upon which the definition of a Refugee comes from, their rights they are given and the legal obligations of a Country when considering a claim for Asylum. Asylum law is very complex and the Home Office will consider each case and the evidence before deciding whether the UK can grant the Applicant Refugee Status in the UK.

What are the main requirements for an Asylum claim?

Each case is decided on its own merits and we would therefore advise for any individual considering this visa route to the UK to book a Consultation with our Asylum Solicitors to obtain advice specific to your particular needs.

However, we have briefly outlined the requirements an individual will need to satisfy in order to obtain a visa to enter the UK as the Spouse/Partner of a British Citizen/Settled Status holder.
Asylum Application
Asylum Application
An Applicant must show that they are unable or unwilling to return to their home country because they have been persecuted in the past or have a well-founded fear that you will be persecuted if you go back. The reason you have been (or will be) persecuted is connected to one of five things: your race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or your political opinion. You must further demonstrate that the local authorities/Police are unable or unwilling to help you and furthermore you must show that you cannot relocate to another part of your home country.

How can we help?

Our team are experienced in representing those in need of Asylum. We are able to assist in all aspects of Human Rights and Asylum claims, thoroughly investigating your claim and help you gather supporting evidence for your application. We understand claiming Asylum is difficult and support clients at every stage of the process.

If you would like to discuss your situation to see how we could help you, contact us today on 0208 215 0053 for expert advice.

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