Human Rights and Immigration Law
If you have had lodged an unsuccessful application to enter or to remain in the UK, you can appeal against this decision, under the ambit of the Human Rights Act 1998, providing you can meet a criteria to suffice the Human Rights Requirements.An application made under this Human Rights Act is called a Discretionary Leave application. Since 9 July 2012 Human Rights are considered under paragraph 276 ADE of the Immigration Rules or the applicant should be able to prove that there are exceptional, compassionate and compelling circumstances. In order to make a successful application, you will need to satisfy the following criteria:
- The applicant must have resided continuously in the UK for at least 20 years; or
- The applicant must be under the age of 18 years of age and have resided continuously in the UK for at least seven years; or
- The applicant must be aged 18 years or above but under 25 years and have spent at least half of their life residing continuously in the UK; or
- The applicant must be aged 18 years or above and have resided continuously in the UK for less than 20 years and have no social, cultural or family ties with their country of origin.
Providing you can meet with the above criteria we will be able to assist you with your Human Rights application and queries.
Human Rights Act
The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) was affected in the UK Law by the Human Rights Act 1998.
To meet the requirements on the grounds of Human Rights:
- You must be unable to go back to your country of origin as there is a genuine risk that you will be exposed to torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment in the country to which you return.
The following are Human Rights and freedoms are generally considered:
- The right to liberty and security
- The right to no punishment without law
- The right to fair trial
- The right to respect private and family life
- The right to marry
- The right to a remedy of human rights abuses
- Freedom of thought, conscience and religion
- Freedom of expression
- Prohibition of discrimination
- Freedom of assembly and association
- Prohibition of torture
- Prohibition of slavery and forced labour
- Prohibition of the abuse of rights
How we can ensure your Human Rights case is successful
The law in this area changes and develops with great frequency and there is a vast array of cases. Our legal experts can guide you through this complex minefield of case law and get success on your case with good arguments and adopt a strategy in which case law is applied to your circumstances.
Why Choose Us?
- You pay a Fixed Fee;
- Our immigration adviser will take Detailed Instructions from you and advise you about the relevant immigration law and procedure to be adopted by the Immigration Authorities in your immigration case;
- Our immigration adviser represent your circumstances clearly;
- Our immigration adviser will discuss your immigration case in detail with you and advise you about the weaknesses and strengths of your immigration case;
- Our immigration adviser will advise you about the documentary evidence to be submitted in support of your application;
- Our immigration adviser will consider contents of the documentary evidence to be submitted in support of the application and discuss the same with you;
- You Receive advise from our experienced caseworkers;
- We provide our client’s with unlimited meetings and support;
- We provide our client’s with unlimited phone calls;
- We advise you on the procedure, requirements and merits of making an application to the UKBA/British Diplomatic post;
- We keep our client’s updated with new rules and procedure and act in their best interest;
- We draft representations in support of your immigration matter explaining your circumstances in detail and proving how you satisfy the requirements of Immigration Rules;
- We advise and represent our clients’ dependants to seek dependant visas in line with the visa of the main applicant;
- We lodge appeals and prepare administrative reviews;
- We advise you on the future applications for Indefinite Leave to Remain and British Citizenship for those who will complete required number of years in the UK;
- We answer your queries even after your application has been submitted and approved on what you are required to next.