We understand that returning to your country of origin is not always an option for many people due to the fear of persecution. We offer a service to our clients to help them regularise their position. It is our job to try and help regularise our clients' position by catering for the needs of a particular individual.
In order to be eligible for asylum in the UK the criteria which needs to be met is as follows:
A person claiming asylum as a refugee for stay in the UK must be unable to live safely in any part of their own country because they fear persecution there. Please note if a person is stateless, their country is regarded as being the country they normally live in.
A person must fear persecution because of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, and anything else that puts you at risk because of the social, cultural, religious or political situation in your country, for example, your gender, gender identity or sexual orientation.
You must have failed to get protection from authorities in your own country.
A claim may not be considered if you are from an EU country or have a connection with another country you can claim asylum in, for example if you’ve claimed asylum in an EU country before arriving in the UK.
Our Immigration and Human Rights Team
Family members can be included as your dependants on your application for asylum in the UK. This may include your partner and/or any children under the age of 18. Alternatively, your partner and/or any children may make their own applications and will not be treated as your dependants.