Asylum is the protection given to an individual. It is given to those suffering persecution in their own country. They therefore seek a place of safety.
The UK has always been eminent for providing safety to genuine refugees. However, refugees are often refused protection. Mainly because their need is not considered to be in strong enough to warrent it. In many cases, the authorities require the migrant to leave the UK. So to reduce the number of false asylum claims.
To be considered for asylum. You must provide evidence of being unable to return because of persecution risks. The UK abides by the European Convention on Human Rights. Which prevents the deportation of someone to a country where they may be exposed to a real risk. This could be of harassment, torture, punishment, or inhumane or degrading treatment.
If you do not qualify for asylum. There are other options available that could allow you temporary permission to stay in the United Kingdom.
It is complicated to make Human Rights claims. As well as very stressful. You are only given one chance to present the your case to the Home Office. So it is mandatory you seek professional guidance in order to minimise the risk of refusal.
Our experienced lawyers will make an initial assessment. They advise you immediately as to whether you have a strong enough case. We believe in supporting our clients throughout the process. Without wasting time and prolonging any stress or uncertainty.