Human Rights are the fundamental rights and freedoms granted by the European Court of Human Rights.
The decision to refuse a visa (or an extension of stay) does not only affect one person; it can devastate a family and cause a great deal of distress to a wider group of people, family and friends. This could be seen as a breach of your human rights (Human Rights Act). We can represent your Human Rights appeals to the Immigration Tribunal.
We can assess the wider impact of any threatened removal or ban from the UK on all affected even if you do not have close family here in the UK you can still benefit from case law on this matter in your appeal. Delays in your initial application decision may have allowed you to form strong ties with the UK. We have an excellent track record of winning Human Rights Appeals against the Home Office.
We will see what policies guidelines and case law can benefit your situation. Each case is different.
There is other important legislation which may apply to your case, such as the racial discrimination act. If you have received a notice of refusal and wish to discuss this with us, we can advise you on how to proceed and whether you should continue with your appeal or if there are other options available.
Please complete our contact form which will allow us to assess your case fully. Alternatively, contact a member of our team on 01793 836 010.