Launching an appeal is most commonly done on the grounds that a person’s human rights have been infringed.
(PRWEB UK) 17 January 2013
Leading UK Immigration service provider, UK Immigration Barristers, has made an appeal that people facing complex issues, concerning UK Immigration matters, need to be addressed as people and not statistics.
The Birmingham based firm has issued the appeal following huge press coverage of the UK Immigration system’s backlog of UK Asylum cases, brought to light by the Home Affairs Select Committee.
A spokesperson for UK Immigration Barristers said: “These cases involving people are too often referred to as statistics, but these are real people that our service deals with every day. We’re on the frontline and listen to the stories of desperation and the anxiety these people face.”
Many people who have outstanding UK Asylum applications are unable to call anywhere ‘home’ and are simply following instructions and awaiting the outcome of what is described as a lengthy process.
However, many ‘cases’ get lost in the system or just forgotten about, but the concern is that these situations are more than just cases and figures, these circumstances impact real lives and every case that goes unresolved can have a severe impact on the people concerned.
UK Immigration Barristers has established itself as a leading UK Immigration service provider, connecting customers with some of the top Barristers in Britain. They have and continue to announce new and improved services, all designed to assist with making the UK Immigration process simpler, dealing with anything from appeal cases, through to UK Visa applications, particularly for vulnerable people who have often been forgotten by the mainstream system.
A statement from UK Immigration Barristers said: “We are pursuing innovative ideas to improve the standard of service that we provide to the people we serve. Our company wanted to make public that help does exist, with genuine assistance and guidance available to resolve difficult matters involving Immigration to the UK.”
A report published by the Home Affairs Select Committee revealed that there are over 300,000 UK Asylum cases still awaiting resolution. Many of these cases have been put on the back burner because it is understood that the UK Border Agency has a culture of instantly doubting the ‘word of an Asylum seeker’ rather than believing them.
A UK Immigration Barristers spokesperson concluded that: “The system has forgotten that these statistics are actually real people, experiencing turmoil and confusion and they are in need of help. Too many of them have been left in limbo and our company aims to change that situation, hence the appeal and we’re just scratching the surface.”