Immigration and Asylum

Our team has a wealth of experience in asylum and immigration matters. Individual members of chambers have been advising and representing clients in these areas matters for some twenty years and have seen and responded to the myriad changes introduced by successive governments in the field.

It is widely acknowledged that this is a complex and constantly changing area of law. If you need quality representation in this area of law, our Barristers are experienced, sensitive to the elements applicable and are prepared and ready to fight your or your client’s corner.

Our team is able to help with all aspects of same including, but not limited to:

 

Asylum

Human Rights issues

Entry Clearance

Deportation

Tiered Applications (Students, Investors, Workers, etc.),

Immigration Bail

Matters pertaining to EU Law

Working Illegally in the UK (in regards to Employers liability and Employees rights)

Spouse Visas

Naturalisation applications

Our Barristers appear regularly in the First Tier Tribunal IAC and Upper Tribunal IAC across the country, as well as at Field House and the Court of Appeal. Members of Chambers are also well versed in applications for Judicial Review.

Some of the Country Guidance cases that members of Chambers have been involved with over the years include;

 

SSH and HR (illegal exit: failed asylum seeker) Iran CG [2016] UKUT 00308 (IAC))

(LZ (Homosexuals) Zimbabwe CG [2011] UKUT 00487 (IAC)

YF (Double Jeopardy-JC Confirmed) China CG [2011 UKUT (IAC)) (Mohamed (Role of Interpreter) Somalia [2011] UKUT 337 (IAC).

 

We accept instructions in both privately and publicly funded cases either through solicitors or through Direct Access as appropriate. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your case.

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