Our team of immigration solicitors in London can help those seeking Asylum in the UK. The British Government should deem you as a refugee if you have a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion. If deemed as a refugee, you should be granted with indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom

A “well-founded fear” is a real fear persecution. A detailed account supported with evidence is likely to be required to demonstrate such fear is real.

The “persecution” feared of should amount to grievous harm – torture, execution, detention or any other infringement of your human rights.

If you are at threat of persecution due to belonging to categories of, Race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion a detailed account with evidence in support should be provided so as to demonstrate a real threat.

Our team of asylum solicitors in London can provide you with the asylum law advice that will assist you with your asylum application.



If you are facing a deportation, you should urgently contact our deportation solicitors in London whom are experienced in advising on and challenging deportation orders.  A deportation order may be revoked on the grounds of Human Rights or a breach of Refugee Convention arguments.