Asylum & Human Rights


The UK is world-renowned for providing a safe place to those seeking asylum. But the asylum application process can be complex and daunting. Our Immigration lawyers can help those claiming asylum or who have a Human Rights claim.

Seeking asylum in the UK

Asylum law is incredibly complex. The UK Home Office will decide whether a person is in need of protection under the 1951 Refugee Convention, or if a person’s human rights are at stake.

Knowing what rights and protections are available to you can help you to properly explain your situation to the Home Office. When preparing your application for asylum it is essential that you receive legal advice from a specialist immigration solicitor.

Asylum is an area of law that is largely governed by International Agreements with a high degree of discretion. Our Immigration lawyers are able to guide you through this complex process of claiming asylum in the UK and can meet you for an initial discussion on what you can expect when you claim asylum in the UK.

Why use Bishop & Sewell?

Our immigration lawyers have the expertise and experience to guide you through this difficult and sensitive area of law. Our team has assisted numerous individuals throughout the UK and worldwide, no matter how complicated their case, to obtain a positive result. We have been ranked in both Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500 as experts in immigration law.

We are able to assist you with:

  • Making an application to register as a British citizen
  • Making an application to naturalise as a British citizen
  • Preparing an application for reconsideration of a refused application for citizenship
  • Challenging a refusal by issuing an application for judicial review

What should I do now?

If you are thinking about making an application to register or naturalise as a British citizen, our immigration lawyers can provide you with quality legal advice to achieve the best possible outcome. Our immigration team can answer your questions about the legal process, your rights and what the best option is for you.

For initial advice or to arrange a meeting with one of our immigration solicitors please contact us on 020 7631 4141.

 

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For more information the following lawyers will be able to help with Asylum & Human Rights.

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Mariam Khaliq
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Karma Hickman
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