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Asylum & Human Rights

Asylum in its ordinary meaning is a refugee fleeing torture, inhuman or degrading treatment in his country seeking protection and shelter in a foreign country.

Human Rights Laws, additionally, provide explicit protections and the rights of individuals set out in the European Convention on Human Rights.

MT UK Solicitors offers a full spectrum of asylum and human rights legal services. We have in-depth experience and thorough understanding of ever-changing laws, rules & procedure in this legal system.

Asylum (Refugees):

Asylum seekers are vulnerable and require an utter sensitive and specialised approach.

Our team of specialist lawyers have expertise to offer robust asylum advice either at the time of making your refugee application at the port of arrival or in country including special cases children and women. Helping on both at a strategic and practical level, we guide you to establish the persecution sustained by you is for convention reasons (Race, Religion, Nationality, Political opinions or membership of a particular special group). In recognising the refugee status for our client our case building excellence is based on sound knowledge of the asylum justice system and on the thorough ability to collate the relevant evidence.

Human Rights:

The Human Rights Act 1998 has given effect to the rectification of the European Convention on Human

Rights (ECHR) Articles 2 to 12, Articles 1 to 3 of the first protocol and Article 1 to 2 of the Sixth Protocol.

Our strength on human rights issues is our in-depth knowledge and experience empowering us challenging human rights violation for victims of torture, trafficking, domestic violence and unaccompanied minors.

Contact MT UK Solicitors for that specialist and sympathetic advice now on asylum (refugee) and human rights issues.

Our Asylum and Human Rights Services include:


  • Advising on making asylum application at port or in country
  • Special cases: Children & Women
  • Refoulement to third countries previous refusals, chain removal, The Dublin Convention
  • Family Reunion
  • Appeals: Tribunals, Court of Appeal & Judicial Review

Human Rights

  • Advising on making a human rights application within the ambit of ECHR
  • Special Cases: Children & Women
  • Advising on seeking damages for human rights violation
  • Appeals: Tribunals, Court of Appeal & Judicial Review
  • Appeal: The European Court of Human Rights
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