Asylum Claim

If you in the United Kingdom or at the port of entry and you are unable to return to your country of origin, due to fear of persecution you may be able to claim Asylum. Arden Solicitors Advocates are specialist in Asylum law.

Asylum claims can and should, wherever possible, be made to an immigration officer as soon as an asylum seeker arrives in the UK. Once a person has passed through immigration control and is inside the UK, he or she must claim asylum at the Home Office. If an asylum application is not made as soon as an asylum seeker enters the UK, the person may be denied welfare support and accommodation. The delay may also harm their claim at a later date. At Arden Solicitors Advocates we can represent you soon as possible to help them during the asylum application process.

Under the 1951 Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, an asylum seeker you have to demonstrate that you will be persecuted in your country of origin owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, and that you are unable or owing to such fear that you are unwilling to avail yourself of the protection of that country.

We can advise you as to your claim and asses the merits of your claim. We can also advise and assist you at each stage of the asylum process. We will also advise as to evidence in order to strengthen your case. We are also able to make representations during your asylum claim. We will also advise on expert witnesses, examples are country experts, medical experts, linguistic experts etc, if necessary. We have a high success rate.

In the vent that you are refused asylum, we can also help you to prepare your appeal to the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal. We can also represent you at the tribunal before the Immigration Judge/s.

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