Family & Human Rights

Human rights applications are most commonly made by those seeking to stay in the UK on the basis of family relationships, children and/or on the basis of long residence.

They can be a way for someone without status to legalise their situation. Alternatively, they can be used by those who came with one type of visa but whose circumstances have since changed and they now need to switch into another category.

We offer a free consultation to discuss your case in which we will assess your matter and give your full and frank advice. Unlike some immigration solicitors we do not advise clients to make Human Rights applications unless we believe it is in their interests to do so. Our clients’ interests always come first.

We also frequently come across ill-prepared Human Rights applications made on behalf of clients by some solicitor firms and OISC advisers. These types of applications seem to cause more harm than good to the clients’ immigration status. We have extensive experience of advising clients on these types of human right cases whether as applications, appeals or judicial reviews. We offer unrivalled insight into the best way of preparing such applications and will take the time to explore every angle of our client’s case in order to maximise their chances of success.

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