Immigration Human Rights

Our team of proficient human rights and immigration lawyers at XT 24 is adept at aiding clients with their human rights-based immigration applications.

Whether you are seeking leave to remain in the UK on human rights grounds or to join a family member, our team of dedicated XT 24 team members will work tirelessly to secure the best outcome for you and uphold your rights.

Human Rights and Immigration Solicitors

We regularly advise clients in connection with private and family life cases, demonstrating an in-depth knowledge of the entire range of human rights applicable in an immigration context. XT 24 has played a crucial role in numerous appeals and judicial review challenges where our clients’ fundamental rights were at stake, bringing cases to both the UK courts and the European Court of Human Rights.

Frequent consultations on international protection claims are also part of our expertise, offering a comprehensive service for those seeking safety in the UK, whether as a refugee or on humanitarian protection or human rights grounds.

Our experience in this field is unmatched, boasting an unrivaled track record in succeeding in complex human rights cases, whether at the initial application stage or on appeal. Our successes include challenging decisions based on long residence in the UK, family life in the UK, and the need for continuing medical treatment in the UK, among other circumstances.

What are Human Rights?

Human rights are the fundamental rights and freedoms that everyone is entitled to, regardless of nationality, race, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, citizenship, or other status. These rights, protected in international law, are universal.

Numerous international treaties and agreements ensure that countries and states worldwide respect and protect people’s human rights.

Our human rights enable us to live as we choose, free from abuse, mistreatment, or interference from governments and other public bodies. They safeguard equal access to fundamental services and institutions such as health care, education, democratic elections, and fair judicial processes.

What is the Human Rights Act 1998?

The Human Rights Act (1998) is the legislation ensuring the rights outlined in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) are enshrined in UK law. This act, not the sole instrument protecting human rights in the UK, is complemented by other domestic laws and international human rights treaties ratified by the UK.

XT 24 diligently keeps up to date with all major developments affecting human rights in the immigration context.

For more information about us and our Human Rights and Asylum services, please contact XT 24 or a member of the team.

Human Rights Senior Solicitor
Head Extradition Solicitor