Our switchboard is now open from 10am to 1pm. 

For the safety of our staff and clients, we endeavour to communicate with our clients via email, telephone or video conferencing. See this page for more information. 

Some of our staff will continuie to work from home and they can be contacted via email.

You can also contact us via london@elderrahimi.co.uk.


Updated: 12:20 on 31 March 2021

Elder Rahimi is a niche solicitors practice specialising in all aspects of asylum, human rights, immigration and nationality law. Established over ten years ago, the firm and individual solicitors within it are Chambers & Partners ranked and the firm has a category 1 rating from the Legal Services Commission. All our staff are committed to providing high quality, client focused advice and representation. 


Our specialist expertise encompasses all areas of personal immigration from application stage to litigation before the Immigration and civil Courts. The firm’s reputation was built upon successful outcomes achieved through attention to detail and thorough preparation.

Public Law

Elder Rahimi offers experience and expertise in the area of public law.

Authorised & Regulated by the SRA

Immigration Law

Elder Rahimi offers experience and expertise in providing legal services to those seeking help with entering or remaining in the UK.

Asylum Law

Those who seek asylum in the UK are recognised as refugees if they can show that they have a well founded fear of persecution.

We aim to ensure that all clients receive the detailed advice that they need to make fully informed decisions, that clients are clear about the likely outcome of their cases, the probable time scale of the case and that any issue or concerns are promptly addressed. We will work together with you to ensure that your case has the best possible prospect of success.

Elder Rahimi’s intention is  to ensure that no-one should receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, colour, ethnicity, national origin, gender, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, disability, health (including HIV, HIV related illnesses or AIDS), religious beliefs or age.


All  personnel will act in accordance with the firm’s Equality & Diversity Policy at all times. The Firm’s Complaints Procedure is available on request.

A formal complaint, which triggers the complaint procedure, can be made either orally or in writing. All clients are advised in writing in the instruction letter of their right to complain the name of the person to whom they should complain and of the existence of the Complaints Procedure. Read more ...