Our specialist Immigration, Asylum and Human Rights lawyers are highly experienced and can assist with applications or appeals on your behalf. If you believe that your human rights have been breached or are at risk of being infringed upon, don't hesitate to get in touch with us for advice.
Under the Human Rights Act 1998 you may be entitled to apply to remain on human
rights grounds such as your right to respect of your family and private life, or the right which prohibits you from being subject to torture, or inhuman and degrading
These applications are judged outside the immigration rules and may entitle you to
Limited or Discretionary leave to remain.
We will carry out a detailed assessment of your personal circumstances to identify
on which basis of the Human Rights Act you may be entitled to stay in the UK.
If individuals are being brought to the UK for the purposes or result of a forced marriage, the authorities will be able to provide you with the protection and support you need to either be safely returned home or settled into the UK if your human rights are at risk of being violated.
Our team & expertise allows them to deal with the sensitive and upsetting nature of forced marriage applications.
Our doors are always open for you, come at any time and have a cup of tea with us!