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As a specialist firm of UK solicitors we have a dedicated team of highly skilled and trained asylum lawyers and caseworkers who have assisted hundreds of clients in securing asylum in the UK.
If you are currently in the UK and you require UK immigration help because you have been forced to flee your country or you are unable to return home because you have a well-founded fear of persecution or you face real risk of torture, or inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment then contact our offices for an immediate appointment to speak with a member of our asylum team.
Our team of asylum lawyers and caseworkers have extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with asylum related claims from adults and minors; preparing and lodging applications for settlement following the grant of asylum or humanitarian protection; applying for an extension of stay or settlement following the refusal of asylum but the grant of Discretionary Leave to Remain; claims from those who continue to remain in the UK and have previously been refused asylum but would like to submit a fresh asylum claim because they have new evidence; claims dealing with older and unresolved asylum applications lodged before 5 March 2007 known as legacy cases; claims in relation to changes in Home Office policy or law or a change of conditions in the home country which demonstrates that the person will be at risk of persecution or serious harm.
If you do not qualify for asylum but there are humanitarian or other reasons why you should be allowed to remain in the UK, our team of asylum lawyers would be able to help you obtain temporary permission to stay. These include, for example, immigration help to those who have overstayed their stay in the UK but enjoy family life with members of family who cannot be expected to leave the UK.