To be considered for asylum, you need to show that you fear persecution. This phrase is part of the UN’s refugee convention, which explains that if you have a well-founded belief that you might be persecuted, then you should seek protection. There are various factors that can affect a person’s persecution, such as their political opinion, religion, nationality, and racial or cultural background.
You can ask the UK government to provide you with protection by claiming asylum. This type of protection is usually referred to as international protection, as the UK has joined other countries in protecting people who have had to leave their home country.
This type of protection is usually referred to as international protection, as the UK has joined other countries in protecting people who have had to leave their home country. The 1951 Refugee Convention was established to help people who fled their home countries.
You also need to show that you can’t get protection in your home country. This is why you need to make an asylum claim in the UK. In order to be considered for protection, you need to explain how you fear that you might be persecuted upon returning to your country. In order to do this, you need to provide the government with a well-founded fear of persecution. You need to provide a list of reasons why you believe that this would happen to you.
Fear of Persecution
When someone seeks asylum, they are often targeted for persecution due to their identity. This is usually done because of the person’s actions or what they are perceived to be.
According to the Home Office’s rules, persecution can be considered a serious act that is carried out in violation of a person’s human right. It can also be caused by multiple factors such as the nature of the persecution and the multiple measures that it takes.
You need to demonstrate that you have a well-founded fear of persecution if you are sent back to your home country. This means that even though you don’t have to prove that the persecution would happen, there is still a real chance it could happen.
What are the Grounds for Asylum?
You need to show that you have been persecuted or threatened because of one of the refugee convention’s grounds to be considered for refugee status:
- political opinion
- membership of a particular social group
Imputed beliefs or identities can make you at risk of persecution. This means that people might think that you are a certain kind of person or that you are doing something that’s not right. Even if it’s not true, you might still be persecuted. These may be assumed due to various factors outside one’s control, such as the job you do and the location of your home.
Persecution from State or Nonstate Actors
If you fear persecution from the state, then you are probably unwilling or unable to seek protection from the authorities. This is according to the provisions of the refugee convention. You may be afraid that people who are not officially recognized as the state will try to oppress you. Non-state actors can also be involved in the oppression of you. This includes people from your community or religious group. To be considered for refugee status, you need to show that you fear persecution from non-state actors. This could be because the government doesn’t provide enough protection or it could be that you’re in danger if you ask for protection.
Relocation within the Country
One of the factors that will be considered when it comes to deciding if you need protection in The UK is if there is a safe place for you outside of the country.
The Home Office will sometimes acknowledge that you are at risk at home in Afghanistan, but they will also argue that if you moved to Kabul, you would be safe there. On the other hand, it may indicate that you are at risk because of your clan identity in Somalia’s capital, but they will also state that you are safe in coastal areas of the country. Contact our specialist team for advice.