Asylum law protects individuals who leave their country because they fear being persecuted. Asylum law is designed to offer protection to such individuals. If your asylum claim is successful you will be granted refugee status. If you left your home country because of persecution and have not yet applied for asylum then please contact us to discuss how to apply. Its very important that you make your application quickly. After your application is submitted you will be invited to an asylum screening meeting at the Home Office. Here you can submit the reasons why you are claiming asylum and provide your documents and confirm who you are as well as other basic things such as whether you have housing needs. This screening will be followed up with an interview with an Immigration Advisor at the Home Office who will decide whether you can be classified as a refugee and given asylum. Immigration Chambers has extensive experience of asylum cases. Please enquire for further information or advice.