If you have had lodged an unsuccessful application to enter or to remain in the UK, you can appeal against this decision, under the ambit of the Human Rights Act 1998, providing you can meet a certain criteria.

An application made under this Act is called a Discretionary Leave application. An application of this kind is made outside the ambit of the  immigration rules and is based on exceptional, compassionate and compelling circumstances. In order to make a successful application, you will need to satisfy the following criteria:

  • The applicant must have resided continuously in the UK for at least 20 years; or
  • The applicant must be  under the age of 18 years of age and have resided continuously in the UK for at least seven years; or
  • The applicant must be aged 18 years or above but under 25 years and have spent at least half of their life residing continuously in the UK; or
  • The applicant must be aged 18 years or above and have resided continuously in the UK for less than 20 years and  have no social, cultural or family ties with their country of origin.

Providing you can meet with the above criteria  we can assist with your Human Rights application and queries.

Our expert team of lawyers can assist you with the preparation of your application and ensure that you meet with all the requirements of the relevant Immigration Rules, we will ensure that all key points are substantiated with documentary evidence thereby leading to a successful application and avoiding unnecessary expense of re submitting your application to the Home Office.

If you would like to find out more about how we can help, please Contact Us.

We can’t provide specific advice on your matter before you become a client, but we can give you an honest assessment of whether you’d benefit from a follow up appointment. Naturally, everything you tell us will be treated in complete confidence.

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