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His voice is law

As a first-generation gay immigrant, S Chelvan became a lawyer to improve his own circumstances. But his work has since changed the way the Home Office and the United Nations view asylum cases

Despite our freedoms here in the UK, there are millions of LGBT+ people elsewhere in the world who are discriminated against purely because of their sexual or gender identities. In some cases to the point where they face death.

Even those who are fortunate enough to be able to flee to more progressive countries and seek asylum, often struggle to articulate their claim or receive the legal support they need to avoid being deported.

The luckier ones will find themselves represented by lawyers who are experienced, compassionate, well-regarded and effective.

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