City View House
5 Union Street
We assist and advise vulnerable individuals
At MLC, we assist and advise vulnerable individuals, who have fled their country of origin and fear persecution due to their race, religion, nationality, political opinion or being a member of a particular social group. An asylum claim is made to the Home Office in person and the claim is then processed with the Home Office considering whether your claim is credible based on subjective and/or objective evidence in relation to your claim.
The Home Office would consider the timing of your claim, whether you have sought protection in your country of origin and whether you can relocate to another part of your country. The Home Office will conduct a screening interview and a substantive asylum interview providing you an opportunity to give your account in detail. The Home Office will grant you refugee status for a period of 5 years should your claim be successful and if your claim is not successful, you will usually be given a right of appeal.
You may not qualify for asylum but you may need to stay in the UK due to having a human rights claim. This is a matter which one of our human rights lawyers can examine and advise you on in order to secure your status in the UK.
If you have already claimed asylum and this was not successful, you may still be granted permission to stay in the UK by making a fresh claim to the Home Office. If you have fresh evidence or your circumstances have changed, you can submit documentary evidence to support a fresh claim. The Home Office will grant you refugee status for a period of 5 years should your claim be successful and if your claim is not successful, you will usually be given a right of appeal.
An Asylum claim requires careful preparation and strategic plaining in order to obtain a favourable outcome. Your claim must be clear and precise and backed up by evidence, facts and the law. Our team has years of experience preparing successful Asylum claims.
Contact our team today to discuss your Appeal matter:
To book a consultation or to speak to an MLC Immigration Lawyer call 0161 224 4224. Or fill out the form below.