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Our Success Stories

In the course of delivering excellent service to best serve the individual cases, we have emerged successful in a number of cases.

Immigration case – UB & minor

UB, an Indian national, came to Lexfield Law Partners for help with his application to join his father, LB, in the UK. He had been resident in the UK since 1995 due to his Portuguese nationality. UB had a young daughter and had suffered a marriage breakdown, so wished to come to the UK to be with his family,
 
 

Dependency Immigration – OQ (India) and Another v Secretary of State for the Home Department

An immigration judge had made no error of law when ruling that three sisters from India, who were all over 18 years old, should be allowed entry clearance to join their mother in the United Kingdom on the basis of family ties. The appellants (O) appealed against a decision of a senior immigration judge allowing an appeal…
 

SM (India) V Same

Before Lord Justice Ward, Lord Justice Etherton and Lord Justice Sullivan Where a person sought a right of entry and residence as a dependant of a European Union citizen, it was not a requirement to ask whether the claimed dependency arose from a need for the support of such a citizen. The Court of Appeal s…
 

RO (India) Vs Entry Clearance Officer (2008)

An immigration judge had made no error of law when ruling that three sisters from India, who were all over 18 years old, should be allowed entry clearance to join their mother in the United Kingdom on the basis of family ties. The appellants (O) appealed against a decision of a senior immigration judge allowing an…

Asylum Case – TM

TM, a citizen of Zimbabwe, came to Lexfield Law Partners in April 2009 having been refused asylum by the UK Home Office.  He had entered the UK as a student with a 15 month visa and claimed asylum on the basis that he feared persecution by the Zanu PF on return to Zimbabwe due to his opposing political opinion and act…
 

Asylum case – TH

TH came to Lexfield Law Partners in June 2009 needing our help with his asylum claim. He was from Iraq and had converted from Islam to Christianity, and therefore he feared persecution by Islamic extremists if he had to return to his home country. He had also been involved with the Millennium Company, a non-government …
 

BS v SSHD (Religious Persecution in Punjab, India)

BS, an Indian national from the State of Punjab arrived in the United Kingdom to claim asylum in mid 2009.  He entered the United Kingdom on a visitor’s visa with his family.  He subsequently sought advice from Lexfield Law Partners in relation to making an application for asylum on the basis of his fear of persecu…
 

QN v SSHD (Pakistani Female Victim of Domestic Violence)

QN is a Pakistani female who approached Lexfield Law Partners in 2008. He had claimed asylum in the United Kingdom on the basis that he feared persecution from his husband in Pakistan, who had subjected his to severe domestic violence. QN was in a particularly vulnerable position, having been abandoned by his family …

 

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