If you or a family member are being considered for deportation, it's essential to contact a specialist immigration solicitor to ensure you're advised on the law, Home Office policy and successful appeal procedures.
How we can help
At Latitude Law, our lawyers are thoroughly experienced when it comes to providing legal advice to those seeking asylum in the UK, as well as those who are hoping to overturn Home Office decisions on appeal.
Our in-depth knowledge of refugee and human rights law allows us to provide a comprehensive assessment of your chances of success in light of current legislation, case law and Home Office policy.
Our refugee and human rights law solicitors regularly advise clients on:
- Applying for asylum
- Human rights law
- Obtaining refugee or humanitarian protection
- Obtaining the right for your family to join you in the UK
- Challenging Home Office decisions
- Appealing to the immigration tribunal
Applying for asylum
Asylum law is particularly complex, which is why it’s important you gain expert legal advice. To be considered for asylum you must demonstrate that you’re at risk of persecution if you return to your native country and your government is unwilling to offer you protection.
Our solicitors have extensive experience preparing and providing guidance to refugees who are applying for asylum. If your claim succeeds you and your dependants will be granted 5 years’ leave to remain in the UK. You will have the right to have immediate family members join you under family reunion rules, and our specialist asylum solicitors can prepare the strongest possible visa application to the British Embassy or High Commission on your behalf.
Why choose Latitude Law?
We are experienced advocates before the tribunal, and possess particular expertise in ISC, Middle Eastern and African cases. Working together with renowned UK experts and leading immigration barristers, our human rights and refugee lawyers have acted in cases at all levels of the tribunal, taking cases up to the Court of Appeal in England.
If you are considering applying to settle in the UK, it's essential to contact a specialist immigration solicitor to ensure you're advised on the law, Home Office policy and successful appeal procedures.
Are you hoping to work in the UK? Have you been offered a job role and seek permission to work here? Our immigration lawyers are experts in the operation of UK and European legislation that affects foreign workers.
"Many thanks to the amazing Latitude Law team, especially Katerina Woodcock, Gary McIndoe and Anna Sullivan, for expertly handling my passport application. Mine was a very complicated and multifaceted case, but thanks to the wonderful Latitude Law, I succeeded in getting my passport in a timely manner and would definitely recommend Latitude Law for any immigration or citizenship matters. When working with them, you can rest assured that you are in good hands."
"I would like to thank Jessica Lee and Natasha Willett for their excellent work over the last couple
of years. They have helped me secure permanent residence status in the UK and their professionalism
has been second to none throughout the process. What really impressed me is that they were prepared to
go the proverbial extra mile to achieve the desired result for me. They have been incredibly supportive
and easy to work with. Needless to say, I can highly recommend this law firm and would definitely go back to
them should I ever need legal advice again."
Mr Tom F
"Dear Natasha & Gary,
We are very thankful for the approval of our Indefinite Leave To Remain. This incredible news wouldn't have been possible without your unwavering dedication and exceptional legal expertise. Your guidance and support throughout this entire process have been nothing short of outstanding.
From our initial consultation to the meticulous preparation of my application, you have demonstrated a level of professionalism and knowledge that has far exceeded my expectations. Your attention to detail and strategic approach truly set you apart as remarkable solicitors."
All content on this page was reviewed by Latitude Law and is accurate as of 11/02/2019