Human Rights & Asylum
If you are living in the UK without permission to stay and/or if you are facing removal proceedings, it is very important to seek advice immediately about your immigration status and the options available to you. If you have strong family, social, and cultural ties in the UK, your removal may be classed as one in breach of your human rights. A successful human rights claim would result in you being given permission to remain in the UK lawfully; giving you the right to work and move forward with your life.
Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights gives you a right to enjoy your private and family life. If you have a partner and/or children living lawfully in the UK or if your family has lived with you in the country for so many years, your case may come within the ambit of Article 8. However, this right is a balanced right which means that you have to show that you have strong connections with the UK and your removal from the UK by the authorities would be unfair.
Our solicitors can do a detailed assessment of your circumstances and will give you an honest opinion. We can also help to make sure that you submit the correct application form(s) and pay the requisite fees (where necessary) to the Home Office.