As a result of your experiences that have led you to claim asylum, you may have physical and/or mental health problems. If you wish these physical and/or mental health issues to form part of your asylum claim, you will need to provide evidence of them to the Home Office (and to the courts, later on in an asylum claim).
This legal information video from Right to Remain looks at providing new evidence to the Home Office after your asylum claim is “appeal rights exhausted”.
New legal information video from Right to Remain: find out what country of origin evidence is, what is considered good evidence, where to find it and what to do with it.
In all types of asylum, immigration or human rights applications, you will need evidence to support your application.
This video looks at when evidence might be needed, what is meant by evidence, and what counts as “good” evidence.
In all types of asylum, immigration or human rights applications, you will need evidence to support your application. What is good evidence?
In March 2019, the European Asylum Support Office released a report on Iraq, specifically on the targeting of individuals.
Although this report was published more than six months ago, it was referenced just this week by an immigration judge in the First-tier Tribunal, who said he intended to use it as part of his judgment.
At Right to Remain’s annual gathering in Sheffield last week, we got together many of the grassroots asylum and migrants support groups we work with and shared collective learning and experiences of navigating the UK’s asylum and immigration system.
One of the topics of discussion was fresh claims.