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If you have been refused a visa or Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) the only recourse you may have aside from Judicial Review is a human rights-based appeal or claim. Our Immigration Law Solicitor have a wealth of experience in bringing appeals based on human rights claims. You can be confident that we will meticulously prepare your case and instruct the best Immigration Law Barristers to represent you in court.
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Honesty and commitment are the core values of our practice. We will advise you honestly as to your chances of success. If a human rights claim is not the best solution for you, we will let you know and advise you on alternative courses of action. You can trust that our Human Rights Solicitors will keep you informed as to the progress of your case and be available to answer your questions.
Please call us for an initial consultation on 01772 447000 or request a callback.
Below are some frequent questions regarding human rights claims.
What is a human rights claim?
Under the Human Rights Act 1998 it is unlawful for any public authority, including the Home Office (UK Visas & Immigration) and its immigration officers act or make decisions in a way that is inconsistent with the rights provided for by the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). Therefore, the Tribunal may reverse the decision if they have refused your visa or ILR application and you can prove that this decision breached your rights under the ECHR.
What are the most common human rights claims in immigration cases?
Most people make claims under Article 8 of the ECHR, which protects the right to family and private life, and Article 3, which prohibits torture and inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment.
Article 3 is an absolute right, meaning that if you can show you would be at risk of inhumane treatment or torture if you were returned to your home country, the Home Office may have to grant you leave to remain in the UK. Article 8, on the other hand, is a qualified right, which means the Government has a right to balance your right to a private and family life with the need to balance immigration and take steps to protect the UK economy.
Is it easy to make a human rights claim?
Human rights-based appeals are incredibly complex. Our Immigration Law Solicitors have the depth of legal knowledge and experience to bring a human rights claim, as well as relationships with highly-regarded expert witnesses and barristers who can support us in bringing your case to the Tribunal.
How we can help
Hadi Law Solicitors have advised and represented thousands of clients across England and Wales on administrative removal and deportation. We are committed to providing you with honest and affordable advice, representation, and legal services. You can be confident that by instructing us, we will tenaciously pursue every avenue to achieve a successful result
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For further information speak to us on 01772 447000 or reach out to us on our 7 day a week WhatsApp helpline07869760533.