Human rights & immigration
Our Human Rights practice is meant for persons whose human rights are infringed in a wide range of areas of law including actions against the police and public authorities, extradition, international law, inquests, prisoners’ rights and public and administrative law.
Human Rights and civil liberties practice include judicial reviews and arguments on cutting edge human rights issues, for instance relating to the social media. Other applicable work covers fundamental issues relating to freedom of speech, ranging from the right to occupy during protests to the victims of political persecution.
Jurists chambers is able to offer services on the UK, USA, Canada, France and Australia immigration through our respective network partners in these relevant jurisdictions. Our senior immigration counsel has over 15 years of practice experience in the UK and provides legal representation to international business executives, private individuals, private and public companies and investors on their often complex and contentious immigration matters. Our experienced senior counsel has an exemplary track record in applying for family and partner/spouse visas, as well as visitors, workers and student visas, including Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 4 and Tier 5 visa applications under the UK’s five tier points-based system. With access to immigration lawyers around the globe, we can assist in seeking advice and assistance from Bangladesh for investment-based immigration, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, removal/deportation defence, non-immigrant visas, political asylum, consular matters, international child custody, citizenship, appeals and bail applications before any immigration and asylum courts/tribunals, and all human rights-related matters in the above named countries.