Amardeep Singh Bhuie


Amardeep is based at our London office and has vast experience in Immigration and Judicial Review matters.


Amardeep is a UK based Solicitor with a strong experience in representing clients from wide-ranging nationalities and varying case complexities. He is an accredited as a Level 2 Supervisor and Senior Caseworker under the Law Society’s Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme.

Amardeep has vast experience in the following areas:

  • Complex British Nationality matters
  • Asylum and human rights claims;
  • Immigration detention and bail matters;
  • Unlawful detention;
  • Trafficking matters;
  • Dublin III/Third Country removal;
  • Unlawful delay in processing immigration and asylum applications;
  • Challenging removals by way of urgent interim relief applications;
  • Challenging deportation/revocation of deportation orders and deportation appeals;
  • Family reunion and visit visa applications;
  • Tier points-based system applications; and
  • Long residence and family based applications.


  • Law LLB
  • Legal Practice Course


  • Admitted as a solicitor – July 2016
  • Duncan Lewis Solicitors – 2012- present

Membership & Accreditations

  • Level 2 Immigration & Asylum Scheme
  • RLG and ILPA


In my spare time, I enjoy Muay Thai boxing training and playing football. I also enjoy spending time with my two dogs, a Japanese Akita and Siberian Husky.

Experience / Areas

Bail & Detention
Asylum & Refugee
Long Residency
Challenging Decisions & Judicial Reviews

Get in Touch with Amardeep

  • 0116 319 4884


Bail & Detention

People who have arrived illegally into the UK, or who failed to leave the country when their visa expired, or who have had a claim for asylum turned down can face detention in an Immigration Removal Centre (IRC), before eventually being deported from the UK.


Refugee and Asylum

An ‘asylum seeker’ is someone who is awaiting a decision on his asylum claim in the UK. If your claim is successful, you are then recognised as a ‘refugee’. The right to claim asylum is governed by International Law and the UK Government is obliged to provide protection to any person meeting this definition.


Long Residency

If you have completed 10 years continuous and lawful residence in the UK, you may apply for settlement (indefinite leave to remain) under the long residency route. Settling (known as a indefinite leave to remain) means you can stay in the UK without any time restrictions.


Challenging Decisions & Judicial Reviews

Following recent significant changes to UK Immigration Laws, it has thrust the issue of Appeals into the forefront of attention of those making immigration-related applications. With the removal of Appeal rights for many types of Applications, it has become even more important that Applications are properly and professionally prepared to maximise the initial chance of success.


The Rest of the Team

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