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Detained Client Claiming Asylum under the Detained Fast Track Process

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  • Immigration

Issues Client Faced

Detained client claiming asylum under the Detained Fast Track Process

Client’s Situation

The Client was represented by LUPINS for his asylum and human rights application whilst in Immigration detention at Harmondsworth Immigration removal Centre. He was placed within the Detained Fast Track Process – a stringent and very quick asylum process introduced by the Home Office for some asylum applicants.

We represented him for his asylum and human rights appeal following refusal of his asylum and human rights application by the Home Office.

Our Action

We represented our client in a very efficient manner to ensure that he was well advised about the process that he was placed on by the Home Office and the evidence required, to assist, his asylum and human rights application and appeal.

The Result

We succeeded in securing Refugee Status for our client. The Immigration Judge hearing our client’s case accepted that our client would be at risk on return to Pakistan and allowed his appeal.

What The Client Said

I would really like to thank LUPINS for your support all the way through my case. I am very impressed by the higher level of professionalism shown by yourself, David and your whole team. You made useful suggestions and convincing witness statement to help improve chances of winning my case. Your responses on my queries were always very quick. I would definitely recommend Lawrence Lupin to anyone thinking of seeking legal advice.

If you require help or advice with Immigration, speak to one of specialists today by contacting us on +44 (0)20 3503 0880

By |2017-06-13T14:23:27+00:00May 2nd, 2017|

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