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SOLICITORS IN SANDHURST 

Solicitors in Sandhurst (Asher & Tomar Solicitors).

Our Solicitors are based in Sandhurst (Solicitors in Middlesex) (Solicitors in Southall).

Our Solicitors in Sandhurst (Solicitors in Southall) assist and advise clients in the following
fields of law:

i) Immigration:
     
    Immigration Appeals:



a) Spouse Visa Appeals: Immigration Appeals 



b) UK Visa Refused: Immigration Appeals 



c) Tier 1 General Visa Refused-Immigration Appeals



d) Tier 2 Visa Refused- Immigration Appeals 



e) Tier 4 Student Visa Refused- Tier 4 Appeals-Immigration Appeals 



f) Indefinite Leave to Remain-ILR Visa refused-Immigration Appeals 



g) Settlement Visa refused-Immigration Appeals



h) Human Rights- FLR (FP) refused-Immigration Appeals 



i) EEA family permit refused-Immigration Appeals



j) Elderly Dependent Visa Refused-Immigration Appeals 



k) Tier 2 Minister of Religion visa refused-Immigration Appeals 



l) Asylum Claim Refused-Immigration Appeals 



m) Dependent Visa Appeal-Immigration Appeals 



n) Civil Partner Appeal-Immigration Appeals



o) Victim of Domestic Violence- SET DV refused- Immigration Appeals



p) UK Ancestry Visa refused-Immigration Appeals



q) Long Stay is refused-Immigration Appeals


ARTICLE 8 RIGHT TO A PRIVATE AND FAMILY LIFE 

Everyone has the right to respect for his of her private and family life, home and correspondence. This right is subject to proportionate and lawful restrictions.

Article 8 is a broad-ranging right that is often closely connected with other rights such as freedom of religion, freedom of expression, freedom of association and the right to respect for property.

The obligation on the State under Article 8 (Human Rights) is to refrain from interfering with the right itself and also to take some positive measures, for example,

to criminalize extreme breaches of the right to a private life by private individuals.

Private life includes:

  • respect for individual sexuality (so, for example, investigations into the sexuality of members of the armed forces engages the right to respect for a                        private life);
  • the right to personal autonomy and physical and psychological integrity, i.e. the right not to be physically interfered with;
  • respect for private and confidential information, particularly the storing and sharing of such information;
  • the right not to be subject to unlawful state surveillance;
  • respect for privacy when one has a reasonable expectation of privacy; and
  • the right to control the dissemination of information about one’s private life, including photographs taken covertly.

Article 8 (Human Rights) also provides the right to respect for one’s established family life.  This includes close family ties, although there is no pre-determined           model of a family or family life.  It includes any stable relationship, be it married, engaged, or de facto; between parents and children; siblings; grandparents and grandchildren etc.  This right is often engaged, for example, when measures are taken by the State to separate family members (by removing children).



WHAT IS JUDICIAL REVIEW

Judicial review is a type of court proceeding in which a judge reviews the

lawfulness of a decision or action made by a public body.

Judicial Review is a process by which individuals can challenge the lawfulness of decisions or actions of the executive, 

including those of Ministers, Local authorities, other public bodies and those exercising public functions. It is largely

judge-developed procedure and can be characterised as the rule of law in action. It is, however, intended to function quickly

and proportionately. Certain protections are in principle provided against spurious claims, and they usually work in practise, 

Judicial Review is not available if there is an alternative remedy (such as statutory right of appeal); only those with sufficient interest

in the outcome are able to bring case and they must first obtain permission for their case to be heard.



ii) DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW

The breakdown of a relationship can be emotional and confusing.

Divorce, Dissolution, Separation  

Divorce proceedings are very stressful and emotional. The end of any relationship is both an unsettling and emotional time.
 
Divorce Solicitors 
 
\when the relationship is not subsisting and the parties are not cohabiting then it reflect that the marriage has come to an end and
you want to consider whether to commence divorce proceedings or in the case of same sex couples to dissolve the civil partnership. 
It is better to obtain a professional advise.

Our expert divorce solicitors in London and divorce Solicitors in Cardiff are dedicated to minimise the harm and distress that family breakdowns
can cause to the children involved.
 
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