Immigration Chambers is a leading practice specialising in Immigration and Human Rights law. We are proud of our accomplishments and have an established name in this field. Our aim is to provide quality service at an affordable price. We act for a wide range of people and handle all types of applications.
The firm has specialist experience in this area of law. The subject matter of the Human Rights is vast and could the fill the pages of several books. In a nutshell what we are talking about here is The European Convention on Human Rights, a piece of legislation..Read More
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 sacksful you will be granted refugee status.Read More
Immigration Chambers has significant experience in handling cases in Nationality law. We have successfully acted for hundreds of clients in securing different types of nationality, for them. There are several types of nationality that a person can acquire (if they meet the conditions of relevant legal provisions governing this area of law).Read More
On 23 June 2016 the UK held a referendum and voted to leave the European Union. This means that the UK Government is currently negotiating an exit strategy. At this present time EU citizens who are already living here do not need to do anything as their status is governed by EU law as well.Read More
A very simplified definition of these areas of law is to keep a check on the balance of powers attached to decision making bodies in Government. Immigration Chambers has acted for individuals in the Higher Courts to request that their freedoms, liberties and Human Rights be protected.Read More
We are committed to rigorously ensure that we provide quality immigration and human rights law services to our clientele.
Unlike many other law firms, Immigration Chambers do not charge fee on hourly basis.
The Equality Act 2010 brought together nine separate pieces of legislation into one single Act.