Human Rights Applications
Human Rights applications are at the core of our work ethic and are one of the most important parts of our practice. This is an extensively complex part of immigration law and the rules are always changing; this can make it extremely difficult to enter or remain in the UK.
The Human Rights Act 1998 was implemented in October 2000; its primary aim is to give further effect to the rights included within the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights (ECHR) and Fundamental Freedoms. Because of this act any decision made in regards to a person’s right to remain in, or enter the United Kingdom must comply with those of the ECHR.
Our passionate, empathetic, and highly professional team work with some of the most vulnerable members of our society. We deal with domestic violence victims, abused children, overstayers, and complex medical cases to provide immigration assistance; this list is not exhaustive as we deal with many complex cases and have the experience to succeed.
If you are someone in one of the situations mentioned above we urge you to get in contact. Protecting the human rights of our clients lies at the heart of our ethos here at Peer & Co. We have much experience dealing with a broad range of highly complex cases and provide all appeal representation under this area of immigration law.
We understand how difficult it is to deal with these types of situations and we strive to create a more equal world for our clients, as Nelson Mandela said there is “no such thing as part freedom”. For more information in regards to Human Rights applications please get in contact with us and arrange your free initial consultation in Birmingham or Watford. For those not local to the area we are happy to provide a consultation via Skype for individuals all over the country.