Lawyers in asylum cases


A lawyer is a person responsible for protecting your interests in the application process.

Most asylum seekers are not entitled to a lawyer until their application has been rejected by the UDI.

The lawyer will tell you about the rejection and help you to consider whether to appeal.

A lawyer will be appointed to you free of charge, and if you choose to appeal, the lawyer will be your representative for the duration of the appeal process.

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