Sultan Lloyd Solicitors have a formidable reputation in Asylum and Human Rights Law, conducting claims from initial application through to all stages of appeal. We take a dynamic and fresh approach to clients and their cases, assessing each individual’s circumstances to provide the best possible advice and representation.
Human Rights and Asylum claims often involve the most vulnerable members of society and success or failure may be the difference between life and death. This is the reason we expend a vast amount of time and effort in not only protecting the rights of individual clients but also in pushing the boundaries of the law to produce a wider benefit for all applicants in these categories. Working closely with leading country and medical experts, interpreters and the best trained barristers, we have a tireless commitment to fight for the rights of people who are in need.
We are recognised leaders in field of Human Rights and Asylum law and have unparalleled Court of Appeal experience. Our concluded cases include Bigia & Another (India), KH (Sudan), HR (Portugal), JB (India), ZB (Pakistan), RO (India), PM (Kenya), MA (Iran), HH (Iran), FJ (Iran) and IO (Somalia). Our ongoing cases include RN (India), OQ (India), KC (India), KH (Sudan), KM (Iraq), SA (Afghanistan), RP (India), MD (Jamaica) and MK (Iran).
We have also pursued cases to the European Court of Human Rights including Ahmed v UK  ECHR 1289 and Country Guidance cases in the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal including HH (Somalia), NM (Somalia), SY (Syria) and MD (Ivory Coast).
In cases where no appeal rights are given or there are urgent circumstances of removal from the United Kingdom, we have extensive experience in lodging and pursuing Judicial Review applications and emergency injunctions to prevent removal. Our ongoing Judicial Review cases include R (Sayed), R (Brown), R (Zeray), R Tareen), R (Hashmi) including emergency injunction, R (Rahmani) including emergency injunction, R (Jawad), R (Mahmood).
Our clients are assured of our best endeavour and excellence in the conduct of their claims for Judicial Review, on appeal, in the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, in the Court of Appeal, in the House of Lords, in the European Court of Justice and in the European Court of Human Rights.