Successful Cases & Current Issues

Congratulations to the RLS Athens team for winning the Lexis Nexis 2018 Pro Bono Award

Elder Rahimi is proud to be associated with such a fabulous and necessary project

Current particular areas of expertise include; family and private life based claims, PBS applications and appeals, deportation, detention and bail, unlawful detention damages claims, disability discrimination claims in the immigration context and regularisation applications.

Research Report (final)

Systemic Delays in the Processing of the Claims for Asylum Made in the UK by Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC)

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In January 2017 Elder Rahimi in partnership with Kent Law Clinic was  granted funding under the Strategic Legal Fund for vulnerable young migrants (SLF).

 

 

 

SLF is a fund to support legal work in the UK that goes beyond securing justice for an individual and makes a significant contribution to law, practice and procedures to uphold and promote the rights of vulnerable migrant children and young people more generally.

 

The SLF aims to tackle injustices and inconsistencies in law and practice that disadvantage or discriminate against vulnerable young migrants as a result of their migration status.

 

The SLF is an initiative delivered by The Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (ILPA) in partnership with Trust for London, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, Unbound Philanthropy, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and Paul Hamlyn Foundation.


Failings of Criminal Justice System for Young Asylum Seekers and Refugees

The Howard League, in conjunction with Elder Rahimi Solicitors (with funding from the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund) was to investigate how young asylum seekers and refugees are treated in the criminal justice system.

 

Read more in the Gazette:

http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/opinion/comment/criminal-justice-system-failing-asylum-seekers-and-refugees