Asylum law deals with a situation where people come to the UK and be unable to go back to their country of origin because of their fear persecution. For these people to be recognised as refugees, they must be unable to go back to their own countries (if they are stateless, this is the country they usually live in) because they fear persecution and unable to live safely in any part of their own countries, and have failed to get protection from Authorities in their countries. This persecution must be because of one of the following; race, religion, nationality, political opinion, membership of a particular social group that puts them at risk because of the social, cultural, religious or political situation in their countries, for example, their gender, sexual orientation.

Our immigration and Asylum Practitioners will make sure that you receive the right advice you need on your Application. Please contact us for your initial consultation.

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