Human Rights Application MEET THE TEAM

  • What is a Human Right Application?

    A Human Right application is made to the Home Office mainly by those who have overstayed their visa or come into the country illegally and now wish to make an application to remain in the UK based on their private life that they have formed whilst they have been in the UK. The law that governs this application is the Human Rights Act 1998 and the The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) which was effected in the UK by the Human Rights Act 1998. The key rights in this area are; Article 3 of the Human Rights Act 1998 and Article 8 of the Human Rights Act 1998 which enshrines the right to respect for private and family life. You can rely on Article 8 if you can show that you will face a serious and unjustified interference with your family or private life if you are removed from the UK. In order to make a successful application it is imperative to seek advice from a professional.
  • What we can do for you to ensure your Human Rights case is successful

    We have a team of experts specialising in all aspects of Asylum and Human Rights, who would be able to guide you through the relevant legislation and case law and devise a strategy that will lead you to a successful outcome. The law in this area changes and develops frequently and there is a vast array of case law. The success of your case will depend on how well your case is argued and our legal experts can guide you through this complex minefield of case law and legislation, the type of strategy you adopt and the manner in which case law is applied to your circumstances.
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