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Asylum Procedures & Process

If you have been forced to leave your country and are unable to return because you fear you will be persecuted for your race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership of a particular social group, you will be allowed to stay in the UK and integrate into life in Britain if the authorities find your claim to be credible.

We have highly experienced caseworkers and lawyers who specialise in applying for asylum and who will be able to talk you through the process, advise you on what proof you will need to provide – if you are able to – and make the application for asylum on your behalf.

Here is an overview of the asylum process in UK:

1. Making the application

Apply either “at port” on arrival, or “in country” at an Asylum Screening Unit (ASU) or to an Immigration Officer if arrested/detained.

2. How the application is considered

There are different options to be considered, its best to consult us immediately to know the options we are referring to.

3. Possible outcomes

The possible outcomes depend on how well the evidence presented in the application process.

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