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Victims of Trafficking

Claims for recognition as a Victim of Trafficking or Modern Day Slavery

Since 2009, our experienced and specialist immigration solicitors in London have a proven track record of representing victims of trafficking and modern day slavery and we regularly challenge negative trafficking decisions made by the Home Office. We have assisted hundreds of victims who were wrongly denied identification as a victim of trafficking. 

As an experienced firm of solicitors in London representing victims of trafficking we are regularly referred clients from highly renowned specialist organizations who assist victims of trafficking such as the Red Cross, Hestia and ATLEU to mention just a few.  

Since 2009, we have represented victims of trafficking successfully in challenging adverse conclusive grounds decisions by both judicial review and in the Immigration and Asylum Tribunals.   

We have also succeeded in proving that victims of domestic of violence are also refugees as they would be at risk of re-trafficking.   We have also succeeded in challenging decisions of the Secretary of State where they have failed to grant the correct period of leave to remain in the UK to our clients in order to obtain services such as counselling or to assist the police in their investigations of the traffickers. 

Legal aid is available in these cases. If you would like to arrange a consultation with one of our specialist immigration solicitors at our offices in Croydon then please contact us.

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About BHD

We specialise in every aspect of immigration, asylum and human rights law involving migrants and have been involved in several cases that have played a part in shaping the interpretation of the law in the UK.

We employ expert immigration solicitors and benefit from having experienced in-house counsel to consult. Our firm offers a range of legal services, including advocacy at the Immigration and Asylum Tribunals, the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.


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