Human Rights and Asylum

We advise on claims for Asylum as well as appeals on the basis that human rights have been or are at risk of being infringed, and on asylum claims by offering a comprehensive service for those seeking safety in the UK as a refugee or for humanitarian protection.

Human Rights & Asylum

An ‘asylum seeker’ is someone who is awaiting a decision on his asylum claim in the UK. If your claim is successful, you are then recognised as a ‘refugee’. The right to claim asylum is governed by International Law and the UK Government is obliged to provide protection to any person meeting this definition.

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Travel Document

If you have been recognised as a refugee, have humanitarian protection status, discretionary leave to remain or have been granted settlement (indefinite leave to remain) on any of the above categories, you may apply for a Travel Document to travel outside the UK.

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Family Reunion

As a recognised refugee or someone who has been granted humanitarian protection, you may have a right to bring your family members to be reunited with you in the UK under the family reunion rules.

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