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Why are some claims ‘certified’ by the Home Office and what does this mean?

By Naila Khan 08 June 2019 When the Home Office con­sider a claim by an appli­cant they must also con­sider whether the case should be granted a right of appeal or not. They may at times say that your case is “cer­ti­fied”.

Posted in Immigration Updates

Applying for EU Settlement Scheme from Outside the UK

By Naila Khan 11 April 2019   You can apply for sta­tus under the EU Set­tle­ment Scheme from out­side the UK. You must use the EU Exit: ID Doc­u­ment Check app to ver­ify that you are enti­tled to apply from out­side the UK. If you are

Posted in Immigration Updates

Mental Health & Immigration Detention

Henna Zabir 09 April 2019 There are a lot of issues that may arise when some­one is detained in an immi­gra­tion deten­tion cen­tre. There are some par­tic­u­lar issues which need to be looked at closely to ensure whether deten­tion is suit­able

Posted in Immigration Updates

Moving homes? Make sure you update the Home Office!

Faiza Choudhry 11 April 2019 It is of high impor­tance that you notify the Home Office of any changes in your home address. If you have an appli­ca­tion pend­ing or have any type of immi­gra­tion per­mis­sion to remain in the UK,

Posted in Immigration Updates

New EU campaign by the Home Office

25 March 2019 Naila Khan You may have noticed posters at your local bus stop which encour­age EEA mem­bers to apply for the set­tle­ment scheme. The Home Office claim that the cam­paign will be vis­i­ble at around 6,000 sites across the UK

Posted in Immigration Updates

Inadequate asylum decisions by the Home Office

24 March 2019 Naila Khan Accord­ing to a Inde­pen­dent arti­cle, the Home Office has refused asy­lum to a Chris­t­ian con­vert by quot­ing Bible pas­sages which it says prove Chris­tian­ity is not a peace­ful reli­gion. The Iran­ian national, who claimed asy­lum in 2016, was told pas­sages in the

Posted in Immigration Updates

New Guidance on Detained Asylum Cases by the Home Office

24 March 2019 Naila Khan The Home Office have issued updated guid­ance with regards to asy­lum claims in deten­tion on 18 March 2019. You can access the pub­lished pol­icy here. The pol­icy is not really that much dif­fer­ent to the pre­vi­ous

Posted in Immigration Updates

So much for ‘taking back control of our borders’ – most immigrants come from outside the EU

24 March 2019 Naila Khan The Tele­graph reported today that ear­lier this month, amid all the gath­er­ing murk and chaos over Brexit, there emerged one odd lit­tle shaft of illu­mi­na­tion so sig­nif­i­cant that it deserved much more atten­tion than it got.

Posted in Immigration Updates

Home Secretary announces plans for citizenship reforms

24 March 2019 By Naila Khan The Home Sec­re­tary has pro­posed a series of reforms to British cit­i­zen­ship on Tues­day 2 Octo­ber. The reforms include tougher Eng­lish lan­guage require­ments for peo­ple apply­ing for British cit­i­zen­ship and pro­pos­als to reform the Life in the

Posted in Immigration Updates

We have moved offices!

  22 March 2019 Naila Khan   Although, we are still based in High Wycombe, our new offices are now located in the town cen­tre. Our new address is as fol­lows: Buck­ing­ham Legal Asso­ciates 20 Paul’s Row High Wycombe HP11 2HQ You

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High Wycombe Office:

20 Pauls Row
High Wycombe
HP11 2HQ

T: 01494646111
F: 020 300 68740
M: 07414131933


Ayles­bury Office:
The Gate House,
Gate­house Way,
HP19 8DB

T: 01494646111
F: 020 300 68740
M: 07414131933