We specialise in advocacy and representation before the First and Upper Tribunals of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber. Where necessary, we can take judicial review and other court proceedings. Where appropriate we take cases to the Court of Appeal and have taken proceedings to the European Court of Human Rights.
In addition to litigation, we have significant experience in dealing with cases of people who have been trafficked to the UK, victims of physical and sexual violence, children and people who have been tortured and ill-treated.
We can help with the following applications:
- Asylum claims – including fresh asylum claims
- Judicial reviews
- Claims for victims of trafficking
- Some domestic violence claims
- Overseas applications to come to the UK as a visitor, spouse, investor, student etc
- Overseas appeals in the UK
- In-country applications to vary your leave or to extend your current stay
- In-country applications as an illegal entrant or overstayer to make a concessionary-based application
- EEA Regulation applications (for the EEA member or their EEA family or non-EEA family member)
- Immigration detention representation – with onsite visits
- Deportation proceedings
- Administrative removal matters
- Document certification (small fee applies)
What we expect from you
- We may be able to assist you under the legal aid scheme if you meet the requirements of public funding.
- Once you instruct us to represent and assist you with your case, we ask that you remain contactable throughout the period in which we represent you.
- We will provide you with a detailed client care letter containing our terms and conditions for you to agree and sign.
- Once we’ve advised you on the relevant law and procedure, we will guide you through what kind of evidence you need to obtain to help you build your case. We ask that you provide this evidence in a timely manner.
We offer an initial appointment FREE of charge to find out about your immigration or asylum law problem.
Between 10am and 12pm
Please note that people are seen on a first-come, first-served basis and we may have to restrict numbers.