… specialist legal help and representation for complex cases

Can we help?

Life has a habit of not going to plan, and immigration matters are no different. We have considerable experience and expertise in dealing with complex and problem cases (see below for some examples).

The prospects of a successful outcome shall depend on the individual facts of the case. It will not cost you anything to see if we can help, as the initial assessment of your case is free of charge, so please contact us. We must emphasise that we can never advise a person to remain in breach of the United Kingdom’s immigration laws.

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  • An application for asylum (refugee status).
  • An application for Humanitarian Protection.
  • Deportation and administrative removal.
  • A person who is being detained under immigration powers.
  • An application for immigration bail.
  • Representations and appeals under the Human Rights Act 1998. The Act incorporates into British law key elements of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) including:-

Article 2: Right to life.

Article 3: Prohibition of torture or inhuman or  degrading  treatment or punishment.

Article 8: Right to respect for private and family life.


  • Overstayers.
  • Illegal entrants.
  • Persons who have received a refusal decision from the UK Border Agency that does not attract a right of appeal.
  • Persons who have experienced a material change in their circumstances since they were last granted leave to enter or leave to remain in the United Kingdom. This includes persons who have been convicted of a criminal offence.
  • Persons who cannot provide the required documents or information in connection with an application to the UK Border Agency.
  • Late applications and rejected applications.
  • Applications submitted on the wrong form.
  • Applications made ‘outside of the immigration rules’.
  • Victims of domestic violence who are not eligible to apply for settlement under the ‘domestic violence rules’.