International Protection and Asylum Solicitor
Applying for International Protection / Asylum can be a daunting and complex process. When you apply, you will be required to attend at the International Protection Office “IPO”) to undergo a short interview, at which your biographical details and claim details will be taken. You will then be called for Interview with the IPO, where your Application will be assessed for Refugee Status, Subsidiary Protection Status and Permission to Remain.
You may need to lodge an appeal to the International Protection Appeals Tribunal against or seek a review of Recommendations made by the IPO.
We act for clients at all stages of an in matters relating to International Protection Applications.
We specialise in all areas of International Protection / Asylum / Subsidiary Protection Applications, including the following:
- Dublin III Procedures and Interview.
- Advice in relation to Application for International Protection Questionnaire.
- Pre-Interview Advice and Legal Submissions.
- Country of Origin Research.
- Permission to Remain Applications and Review.
- Appeals to the International Protection Appeals Tribunal.
- Permission to Remain Applications based both on Humanitarian considerations and in connection with other Immigration matters not directly related to the International Protection Application.
- Judicial Review of International Protection and Asylum Decisions.
We have extensive experience in representing clients at all stages of the International Protection process. We will advise at all stages, which can include pre-Application stage, and will make detailed written legal submissions on your behalf at both International Protection Office (“IPO”) stage and at International Protection Appeals Tribunal (“IPAT”) stage.
Comprehensive Permission to Remain and Permission to Remain Review Applications will be made and you will be advised and represented throughout the process.
We also act in applications to re-enter the International Protection process and in relation to potential challenges to decisions made by the IPO, IPAT and the Minister in these matters.
Our experience includes representation in Family Reunification Applications.